Divisions included teens, women, men (20-48) and men (49 and over). The laid back vibe and diversity of contestants created more of a community atmosphere than competition. “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 Magro. “It’s impressive to see how big the bodysurfing community has grown, I can’t wait for next year.
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