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SURFER MAGAZINE VOLUME 31, NO. 5 (1990)

From Warren Bolster's birds-eye view aboard a helicopter, Derek Ho's wave during the 1989 Pipe Masters looks even bigger than it is...which is pretty large! Young Australian surfer Karl Palmer does his good deed by saving Hawaiian legend Titus Kinimaka, who snapped his femur while surfing at Waimea Bay. Read the heartwarming story here. Shaun Tomson retires from the ASP tour after 14 years as the consummate professional. Cheyne Horan stages a historic comeback to win $50,000 in the Billabong Pro. A "Masters and Mad Dogs" North Shore feature includes complete coverage of the 1989 Triple Crown of Surfing. Check out Richie Collins extreme mohawk in "On Exhibit." Finally, after a three-year hiatus, The Eddie Aikau Memorial goes off at Waimea Bay. Keone Downing wins first place and $55,000. This magazine is in very good or Betty condition, about 80 percent of mint. Light soiling and scratches on front cover as shown in scan. Otherwise light cover and spine wear. No torn or missing pages and no cutouts. Packaged in an archival-quality clear plastic sleeve with an acid-free mat backing board. Click Here for a closer look.