Legendary Oahu big-wave surfing champion Peter Cole dies at age 91.
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Legendary Oahu big wave surfer Peter Cole, the tall, gracious, softspoken winner of the 1958 Makaha International contest and a stalwart rider into his sixties at big Waimea Bay, died peacefully in his sleep early Saturday morning in his North Shore home, in the presence of his wife, Sally Cole, and their family, his son Peter Cole, Jr. said today. Read more
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