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Discovering Southern Nicaragua

Playa Colorado, Nicaragua’s Signature Destination The luxury of Manzanillo

Central American Surfing Games 2013

Nombre de la Foto Photo: Name

Jackson Obando, U-16 Champion 2013

ISAWSUPPC 2014, May 3-11

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STAFF/

Publisher CĂŠsar Medina

Contents

Editor at Large Jake Howard Staff Photographer Tony Roberts Art Director Luis Arriola

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Business Developer Adolfo Meija Legal Adviser Maria Ofelia Medina

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VOLUME 3 JAN-MAR 2014 10 Nica Knowledge 14-17 Que Pasa In Nica ? 24-27 Nica Hot Spots 28 Nica Spotlight 33 Directory

24 Cover Photo: Mukul Resort (Amber Leshae)

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Contributing Photographers Jerson Barboza Rick Briggs Renato Cardozo Michael Dennison Miguel Espinoza Justice Franich Roberto Garcia HdAudiovisuales.com John Matthews Brian Scott Donald Stone Michael Tweddle/ISA

NICARAGUA THE OFFSHORE LAND


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NICA KNOWLEDGE

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CULTURE & HERITAGE El Gueguense Theatrical play fusioned with dance and music, which describes miscegenation between Spanish and Indigenous races in Nicaragua. Obra de teatro fusionada con danza y música, que describe el mestizaje entre las razas española e indígena en Nicaragua. Ruben Dario Father of Modernism, he is the most prominent Nicaraguan poet and one of the most influential in the Hispanic World in the 21st century. Padre del Modernismo, es el poeta más destacado de Nicaragua y uno de los más influyentes en el ámbito hispánico del Siglo XX.

Augusto C. Sandino National Heroe who fought for the sovereignty and freedom of Nicaragua expelled the invaders in 1933. Héroe Nacional que luchó por la soberanía y libertad de Nicaragua hasta lograr, la expulsión de los invasores en 1933. Palo de Mayo It is a dance that represents a celebration to receive rain, production and new life, and includes a maypole, which is a high wooden pole, decorated with several long colored ribbons. Es una danza que representa una celebración de bienvenida a la lluvia y la producción; e incluye un palo alto de madera decorado con varias cintas largas y de colores.

Rubén Darío

May Pole Palo de Mayo

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Sanctioned by:

Presented by:

ALAS LATIN TOUR CLASSIC Nicaragua Única Original For four years running now a crew of the best Latin American

surfers descended on Nicaragua for the ALAS LATIN TOUR CLASSIC Nicaragua Unica Original. An ASP 5-star event, the contest is held in Playa Las Peñitas, Leon Department. Boasting an entry list of almost a hundred surfers from nine countries, with USD$25,000 up for grabs, Nicaraguan competitors Jackson Obando and Yuber Martinez excelled, both making it to the semifinals of the Junior division.

Photo: HdAudioVisuales.com

LATIN TOUR CLASSIC Nicaragua Unica Original was presented by the Nicaraguan Tourism Board and organised by Live Nicaragua. According to a preview of the ALAS Tour 2014, a 6-stars event is expected in the Nicaraguan south pacific

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Por cuarto año consecutivo, la tierra del Offshore- Nicara-

gua-, recibió a los mejores surfistas latinos durante el ALAS LATIN TOUR CLASSIC Nicaragua Única Original, evento 5-estrellas celebrado en playa Las Peñitas, departamento de León.

Costa Rica dominated throughout the event. Young Noe Mar McGonagle took first place in the Junior’s, while Danielle Ciminero earned first in the Women’s and Anthony Flores took out the Longboard division.Ecuadorian Jonathan Chila got first place in the Open division after defeating Costa Rican Jason Torres in the Finals.

Aproximadamente cien surfistas procedentes de nueve países compitieron en la décima y última etapa del Circuito Latinoamericano de Surf que repartió una bolsa de US$25,000. Entre los competidores nicaragüenses sobresalieron Jackson Obando y Yuber Martínez, quienes llegaron a Semifinales en categoría Junior.

It is important to mention that over half million dollars in total were given out in ten events of the ALAS Tour, and there were individual prizes of USD$30,000 in one single event. The ALAS

Costa Rica dominó a lo largo del evento, logrando conquistar el primer lugar en categoría Junior, Noe Mar McGonagle; en Damas, Danielle Ciminero; y en Longboard, Anthony Flores.

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En categoría Open, el ecuatoriano Jonathan Chila logró el primer lugar luego de vencer al costarricense Jason Torres en la final.

QUE PASA IN NICA ? Photo: Miguel E. / nicaragua365.com

Es importante mencionar que en este 2013, durante diez etapas del Tour ALAS, se otorgó más de medio millón de dólares en premios (efectivo), destacando premios individuales récords de USD$30,000 en un solo evento. El ALAS LATIN TOUR CLASSIC Nicaragua Única Original fue presentado por el Instituto Nicaragüense de Turismo y organizado por Live Nicaragua. Según plan tentativo del Tour ALAS 2014, se espera un evento 6-estrellas en el Pacifico sur de Nicaragua.

Noe Mar McGonagle, ALAS Tour 2013 Junior Champion, took out the Junior division with a big win.

Open:

Photo: Miguel E. / nicaragua365.com

1. Jonathan Chila (ECU) 2. Noe Mar McGonagle (CRI) Junior: 1. Noe Mar McGonagle (CRI) 2. Yrvin Ravi Santos (BRA) 3. Derek Gomes (VEN) 4. Jose Joaquin Lopez (VEN) Longboard: 1. Anthony Flores (CRI) 2. Francisco Hernández (VEN)

Jackson Obando battled hard to make the Junior semifinals, but was eventually defeated by Venezuela’s Jose Lopez.

3. Jose Antepaz (VEN)

Photo: Miguel E. / nicaragua365.com

4. Armando Colucci (VEN) Women: 1. Danielle Ciminero (CRI) 2. Evelyn Centeno (SAL) 3. Adriana Cano (VEN) 4. Nicole Prada (VEN) Check all Divisions Ranking at: http://www.alaslatintour.com/alas2010_ranking.asp

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Apoyan:

Proving to be the most consistent surfer of the event, Sean Pearson put in a stellar showing on both days of the contest. Surfnica Magazine & Travel out

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Jose Espinoza (NIC) Photo: Jerson Barboza

Central American Surfing Games 2013

Organised by:

Playa venao - Santos province, Panamá

Nicaragua in the Central American Surfing Games History.

Nicaragua en la Historia de los Campeonatos Centroamericanos de Surf.

Surf Championship 2006, in Costa Rica. •Rex Calderón was crowned Central American Junio Champion in 2008, in Playa Venao, Panamá. •Rex Calderón was crowned Central American Open Champion and Jose Espinoza, Longboard Champion 2010, in Playa Maderas, Nicaragua. •Nicaragua came out 2nd in the Central American Tea Ranking 2010.

ricano de Surf 2006 en Costa Rica. •Rex Calderón se coronó Campeón Centroamericano Junior 2008 en Playa Venao, Panamá. •Rex Calderón se coronó Campeón Centroamericano Open 2010 y José Espinoza Campeón Longboard 2010 en playa Maderas, Nicaragua. •Nicaragua se ubicó en 2do lugar en el ranking por equipo del Centroamericano 2010.

•Nicaragua competed in the first ever Central American

Categories/Categorias:

•Nicaragua compitió en el primer Campeonato Centroame-

Countries/Paises:

Open, Junior, Longboard, Body board, Boys, Junior WoGuatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and men, Open Women. Panama; 100 surfers in total. Surf Team Nicaragua Junior (U-18)

Boys (U-16)

Rex Calderón

Juan Aguilar

Jackson Obando

Augusto Chamorro

Alex Alvarado

Walter Reyes

Open:

Joel Chavéz

Kevin Cortez

Isaac Rodriguez

Yuber MartÍnez

Body board

Master

Longboard

Nestor Aleman

Danilo Morales

Eduardo Pomares

Dexter RamÍrez

José Espinoza Pedro Flores

For more information visit / Para mayor información visita: www.apasurf.com

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Nicaragua in the Central American Surfing Games 2013 •For the first time, Nicaragua had a full team formed

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but some couldn’t make it due to travel document inconvenient. •The Nicaragua Surf Team received full support from the government through the Ministry of Youth •Jackson Obando is the Central American U-16 Champion 2013. •Jose Espinoza is the Central American Longboard Champion 2013. •For the eighth consecutive time and undefeated, Costa Rica won the Central American Nations Title.

Nicaragua en los Juegos Centroamericano de Surf 2013 •Por primera vez, Nicaragua tuvo el equipo completo formado pero algunos no pudieron asistir debido a inconvenientes con sus documentos de viaje. •El equipo de Surf Nicaraguense recibió apoyo completo de parte del gobierno a través del Ministerio de la Juventud. •Jackson Obando es el Actual Campeón Centroamericano Sub 16 2013. •Jose Espinoza es el actual Campeón Centroamericano Longboard 2013.

Jackson Obando (NIC)

Augusto Chamorro (NIC) Photo: Jerson Barboza

Bodyboard

Boys (U-16)

Junior Damas

Open Damas

1er Jefferson bustos 1er Jackson Obando 1er Leilani Macgona13.26 NIC gle 14.50 CR 13.33 CR

1er Samanta Alonso 10.60 PA

2do Yazdany Castro 10.23 CR

2do Leonardo Calvo 12.26 CR

2do Emily Gussoni 8.43 CR

2do Paula Duarte 8.13 CR

3er Milciades cano 9.50 PA

3ro Aldo Chirinos 10.34 CR

3er Johanny Alfonso 8.13 PA

3er Lisbeth Vindas 7.60 CR

4to Marco Gonzalez 8.63 SAL

4to Malaki Martínez 9.70 CR

4to Katherine Díaz 3.17 SAL

4to Erika Díaz 4.60 SAL

Junior (U-18)

Longboard

Master

Open

1ro Jean Carlos González 13, 97 PA

1er Anthony Flores 13.67 CR

1er Gary Saavedra 12.67 PA

2do Jorge Rivas 9.54 SAL

2do Jose Espinoza 11.80 NIC

2do Jean Carlo Loria 9.90 CR

1er Noe Mar Mcgonagle 18.26 CR

3ro Roberto Díaz 9.40 PA

3er Obed Rivera 8.57 GUA

3er Gustavo Castillo 8.97 CR

4to Mario Vega 7.13 GUA

4to Alex Gómez 7.87 CR

4to Luis Linares 6.27 SAL

Team Rankings

2do Porfirio Miranda 16.00 SAL 3ro Antony Fillingin 14.57 CR 4to Dani Bishko 13.26 CR

Photo: Jerson Barboza Costa Rica 16. 548 pts. Panamá 13.963 pts. El Salvador 12.733 pts. Guatemala 11.495 pts. Nicaragua 8.789 pts. Surfnica Magazine & Travel out

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MUKUL Beach, Golf & Spa PLAYA MANZANILLO NICARAGUA’S FIRST LUXURY BOUTIQUE HOTEL AND SPA

M ukul Luxury Hotel & Spa is a luxury boutique hotel and spa in Guacalito de la Isla, a 1,670-acre low-density private beach community on Nicaragua’s Emerald Coast. Mukul features 37 spacious accommodations, each with an ocean view, pool and private staff.

With Mukul and Guacalito de la Isla, prominent Nicaraguan entrepreneur Don Carlos Pellas is establishing his family legacy – a pristine natural sanctuary where guests will enjoy luxurious pampering while connecting to the land, culture and people of Nicaragua in authentic ways, and the surrounding community is benefitted from the resulting jobs, schools and improved infrastructure. “We are creating a catalyst that is putting our country on the world tourism map,” said Pellas. “Mukul will be a game changer for Nicaragua.” Among Mukul resort amenities there are, Spa Mukul, with six private spa-treatment suites; Mukul Beach, the heart of Mukul, where guests can gather and enjoy snacks by the pool, lunch, and

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dinner either in the palapa-shaded Beach Terrace, or at La Mesa Restaurant with it’s terrace al fresco; and Guacalito Golf Course, an 18-hole course that fits naturally into the environment and offers golfers of all levels challenging play as well as breathtaking views. Other resort amenities include the Mukul Kids Club; it offers a pool, playground and activities specially geared to different age groups. Trained nannies are onsite to supervise children. You can access to the property’s four miles of white-sand beach and rugged coastline, and 12 kilometers of nature trails on which they can hike or bike to observe the four species of monkeys, sloths, iguanas, tropical birds and other wildlife. Also you can learn about the resort’s Turtle Watch program, designed to preserve the native endangered Olive Ridley turtles; and explore Nicaragua through personalized experiences that introduce you to the nature, sights, culture and people of this up-and-coming tourism destination. You can enjoy all this and much more with rates starting at $550 per double per night, including breakfast a la carte, and private


ground transportation to/from Managua International Airport with a 4 nights min booking. Due to Mukul geographic position, it is blessed by 250+ steady offshore winds that blow from Lake Cocibolca. These winds help creating perfect conditions at one of the many Nicaraguan world class waves:Manzanillo, located in front of Mukul.

M anzanillo is a great left pointbreak, rocky-bottom which holds medium-large long waves with se tubular sections. It is recom-

mended for experienced surfers especially when it breaks on a decent size swell. It is a dangerous spot since you will surf near the rocks but the wave is perfect. Best tide should be mid and it’s usually an empty line-up, which allows you to do multiple sessions. A 6’4’’-6’8” thruster, is recommended for charging this wave. You might want to check the outfitter casita by the beach featuring all-sizes surfboards; also paddle boards, snorkeling gear, kayaks, and a full variety of water gear.After surfing your brain out, enjoy gourmet snacks around the pool on the beach, in your private Beach Villa or cliff-side Bohio, enjoy flor de caña cocktails at Mukul Beach Club or, even better, get a treatment at any of the six differ-

“Manzanillo is blessed by 250+ steady offshore winds that blow from Lake Cocibolca” ent relaxing experiences a the Mukul Spa. If you are not a surfer, learn-to-surf is a must-do in Nicaragua. Mukul has recently partnered with Tropic Surf, and now, surf coaching and beginner lessons are daily offered by qualified instructors and video techniques. Tropic Surf has been voted twice as Surfing Australia’s Surf School of the Year and inducted into the Australian Surfing Hall of Fame. Tropic surf’s ability to maximize your time in the water and assist you to ride the best wave of your life has become legendary. With Mukul, you might enquire for beginner lessons for you and your family including 3-4 surf coaching sessions, or book a professional surf package and boat to some of the best surf spots along the Nicaraguan coast. Book or enquire about your surf trip at: reservations@mukulresort.com / (505) 2563-7161 or visit: www.mukulresort.com for further information.

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Según parece la Asociación Interna-

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ISAWSUPPC

2014

Sean Poynter (USA), Men’s SUP Surfing Gold Medal and Hector Velarde E. Men’s SUP Surfing Perpetual Trophy, 2013

By: Brian Scott Photo: Michael Tweddle / ISA

It looks like the International Surfing Asso-

ciation (ISA) will be making its way back to Nicaragua for its third consecutive year, this time hosting the 2014 ISA World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship (first time was back in 2012 for the ISA World Masters and again just this last year for the 2013 ISA Juniors). The ISA World StandUp Paddle (SUP) and Paddleboard Championship (WSUPPC) is an ISA World Championship that features 48 men and 24 women in each of four disciplines—SUP Surfing, SUP Racing Technical, SUP Racing Distance and Paddleboard Racing Technical News Presented By:

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and Distance. Within the SUP Racing and Paddleboard disciplines, athletes will be competing in up to three (3) events including the Technical and Distance Races and the Paddle Relay. There will be one Gold Medal National Team. The event hosts a maximum of 240+ athletes from 24 countries worldwide. Mark your calendars as you don’t want to miss the 2014 WSUPPC scheduled to take place this May 3-11 in Nicaragua. For more information visit: http://www.isasurf.org/events/ isa-world-supand-paddleboard-championship-wsuppc/

cional de Surfing (I.S.A. por sus siglas en Ingles) retornará a Nicaragua por tercer año consecutivo, esta vez anfitrión del Campeonato Mundial ISA de StandUp Paddle y Paddleboard (la primera vez fue en el 2012 para el Mundial Masters y el año pasado para el Mundial Junior.) El Campeonato Mundial ISA de StandUp Paddle (SUP) y Paddleboard (WSUPPC) es un Campeonato Mundial ISA que cuenta con 48 hombres y 24 mujeres en cada una de cuatro disciplinas - SUP Surfing, SUP Carrera Técnica, SUP Carrera a Distancia, Paddleboard Carrera a Distancia y Paddleboard Técnico. Dentro de las disciplinas de Carreras SUP y Paddleboard, los atletas competirán en un máximo de tres (3) eventos incluyendo Carreras a Distancia y Técnicas, y Relevo en Paddle. Se otorgará Medalla de Oro a Equipo Nacional. El evento contempla un máximo de 240 atletas de 24 países alrededor del Mundo. Marca tu calendario porque no querrás perderte el WSUPPC 2014 del 3 al 11 de Mayo en Nicaragua. Para mayor información visita: http:// www.isasurf.org/events/isa-world-supand-paddleboard-championship-wsuppc/


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NICA HOT SPOTS

Empty lineup shots with tranquil blue water and lush green backdrops never get old. Be it shot from the land or in the water. Photo: Brian Scott / nicasurfshots

A pleasant, ambling drive south down the Nicaragua Riviera coastline will eventually land you at the Hacienda Iguana

Beach and Golf Resort. Home to the world-class wave of Playa Colorado, the community is nestled within a private resort golf and surf community. And the wave? It just so happens to be one of the best beachbreaks in all of Nicaragua.   Sandbars form up and down the beach, treating the diligent surfer to a new opportunity seemingly every time they paddle out. And if the banks aren’t groomed there’s always the deep-water reef known as Panga Drops within walking distance of the resort.

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Panga Drops is a swell sucker, pulling in and magnifying and bit of surf that may be passing through the Pacific. Over the years Playa Colorado has evolved into Nicaragua’s signature destination. Between the months of March and November it blossoms into a series of world-class A-frames. With hollow consistent waves and 300 days a year of straight offshore winds, it’s hard to go wrong. Depending on swell direction, interval and luck it’s quite possible to bag the best barrel of your life.


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B esides scoring sick pits, there plenty of other things to help fill up

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your day. Golf, horseback riding, volcano climbing, waterfall tours, two restaurants on the grounds, motorcycle rentals, fishing and surf charters to the nearby reef and point breaks are just a few great ways to spend your time. We invite all of you to come experience Nica X-Treme Adventures first hand and see why everyone raves about their backyard surf service and commitment to all their guests’ needs. Check out their all-inclusive packages at: www.nicaxtremeadventures.com

Bubby surfing solo up the beach while dozens of frothing surfers share the main peaks.

Photo: Tony Robets

Playa Iguana (Colorado)

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Roberto Garcia / NSR


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Nicaragua’s coastline is a little over 500 kilometres. Imagine how many more of these there are. Roberto Garcia / NSR

Beautiful and dangerous, not really synonymous, but aptly used adjectives in their own way Roberto Garcia / NSR

Strong offshore winds and a giant south swell, Tony Z dropping down the face of a monster wave at this spot. Surfer: Tony Zacharek

Photo: Brian Scott / nicasurfshots

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NICA SPOTLIGHT

Roque’s backside power attack is one of the best in Nicaragua and he balances that with equal dexterity and agility. Photo: Tony Roberts

ROQUE CALDERÓN by César Medina

E merging from the first generation of Nicaraguan surfers,

Roque Calderon stands out as one of the country’s most prominent watermen. Born in 1985, he was introduced to surfing when he was 12 by his brother Sergio, a salesman at the first shop in San Juan del Sur, Action Surf Shop. “A typical day was working at Action Surf Shop as a tour guide, and that’s how I learned English and contacted sponsors,” said Roque in a recent conversation. Spending years surfing and competing in Nicaragua and Central America, he clawed his way to three National Open Championships and finished rated sixth in the Central American Surfing Championship 2006. By 2009 he realized his dream: surfing Pipeline. Shortly after that first experience in the islands he moved to Maui with his now wife, Carmen Calderon.“I have lived here longer than three years.

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I love Hawaii, it’s like a Caribbean/Latin-American mix; the ocean water is very clean and waves are amazing, it gets that big that new spots would break,” he smiles. But it’s not all being about surfing. Roque recently finished his degree in Culinary Arts at the University of Hawaii. After two years of studying he’s now got himself a good gig as a managing chef at the Grand Wailea, Maui. “I could have never made it without Carmen’s support, I am very thankful with her,” said Roque. “I would like to own my own business and continue surfing as long as possible.”“My message for the keikis is to learn and respect the big blue, that’s the only way you’ll get something in return, also take notes from good and bad surfers, there’s always something to learn from them,” notes Roque. Roque Calderon is currently sponsored by: 8eighty and Kazuma Surfboards


De la primera generación de surfistas nicaragüenses, Roque

Calderón sobresale como uno de las figuras del país más prominentes en el agua. Nacido en 1985, fue introducido al surfing cuando tenía 12 años por su hermano, Sergio, encargado de ventas en el primer surf shop en San Juan del Sur, Action Surf Shop.“Un día típico era trabajar en Action Surf Shop como guía turístico, así fue como aprendí inglés y contacté algunos patrocinadores”, dijo Roque en una reciente conversación.Tras varios años surfeando y compitiendo en Nicaragua y Centro América, obtuvo tres títulos nacionales Open, y se posicionó en sexto lugar en el Campeonato Centroamericano de Surfing 2006. En el 2009, realizó su sueño: surfear Pipeline. Poco tiempo después de esa primera experiencia en las islas, Roque se mudó a Maui con su ahora esposa, Carmen Calderón.“He vivido aquí más de tres años. Me encanta Hawái, es como una mezcla del Caribe con Latinoamérica; él agua del océano es muy limpia y las olas son impresionantes, se pone tan grande que nuevas olas rompen”, sonríe.

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Big aerials are part of his performance Photo: Jerson Barboza

Pero no todo ha sido sobre el surfing. Recientemente, Roque terminó su carrera de Artes Culinarias en la Universidad de Hawái. Después de dos años de estudio, ahora trabaja como chef en el Hotel Grand Wailea, Maui.“No podría haberlo hecho sin el apoyo de Carmen, todo se lo agradezco a ella”, dijo Roque. “Me gustaría tener mi propio negocio y continuar surfeando hasta donde pueda”.“Mi mensaje para los keikis es que aprendan y respeten al gran azul, esa es la única forma en que obtendrán algo en retorno. Además, aprendan de los buenos y malos surfistas, siempre hay algo que aprender de ellos,”, apuntó. Roque Calderón es patrocinado por: 8eighty y Kazuma Surfboards. Hawaii has amazing waves which have helped Roque increase his level. Photo:Justice Franich

Calderon’s favourite spot is anywhere in Nicaragua. Here, ripping one of the world class waves. Photo:Brian Scott / nicasurfshots

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