The handboarding divisions included teens, women, men (20-48) and men (49 and over). The laid back vibe and diversity of contestants made the contest more about community building than competition. While an expression session and raffle added that extra bit of fun. “It was awesome getting in the water in San Clemente and having a good time with people from all over the world and state, all while raising money for a great cause, A Walk on Water,” said Margo. “It’s impressive to see how big the bodysurfing community has grown, I can’t wait for next year.
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