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A stand-up paddle boarder surfs the bore tide on the Turnagain Arm of Cook Inlet, near Anchorage, Alaska. Bore tides happen twice a day in this shallow inlet and surfers come from around the world to ride the wave, which travels for several miles up the bay, sometimes reaching speeds of 15MPH

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A stand-up paddle boarder surfs the bore tide on the Turnagain Arm of Cook Inlet, near Anchorage, Alaska. Bore tides happen twice a day in this shallow inlet and surfers come from around the world to ride the wave, which travels for several miles up the bay, sometimes reaching speeds of 15MPH