You know how the judges have to put numbers on speed (without any exact way of seeing how fast a surfer is going), power (without any real measurement of how strong a surfer is), flow (what? ), and variety (ok, that one they can judge)?
There is no “more perfect” (unless you like podcasts). “What else do you want to do on that wave? ” the commentators asked. “You could not have done any more! ” I beg to differ.
Because even though putting hard numbers on things like speed, power, and flow is objectively impossible, Ferreira showed exactly what those things all look like when they’re linked together just right.
Still, though, the whole notion of a “perfect 10” doesn’t work. “Perfect” is absolute.
Read more here: The Inertia