Ken Bradshaw Duke Kahanamoku Hawaiian Surfing Classic Collector's Set
Ken Bradshaw Duke Kahanamoku Hawaiian Surfing Classic Collector's Set An incredible find straight from the estate of famous surfer Ken Bradshaw: His 1980 Bronze Duke Kahanamoku Invitational Surfing Championship trophy plus two size LARGE t-shirts! Measurements: Trophy: 13" height, 6" at wood base. Metal trophy itself is 10.5" in height. Shirts: Size LARGE (42-44) Ken Bradshaw (born October 4, 1952, currently residing in Sunset Beach) is an American professional surfer and winner of the 1982 Duke Kahanamoku Invitational Surfing Championship. On January 28, 1998, Ken Bradshaw successfully towed into, and rode, a wave with a face generally accepted among surf authorities as about 80 feet. The site was Outside Log Cabins, an outer reef on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. This wave was his second of the day at about 11:30am. The ride lasted about 30 seconds.