Carlos “Cali” Muñoz, Jacó Surfer champion, beat Brazilian Jadson Andre in a heads-up match and is among the top eight in the tournament. This time, Cali surpassed the ninth position that he occupied in the 2016 US Open edition. The US Open of Surfing in Huntington, California, was this Saturday complicated due to bad surf […]
Leilani McGonagle becomes the first Costa Rican to win a World Surf League title as she takes home the WSL North American Junior crown.
Costa Rica began it’s world title defense at the 2016 ISA World Surfing Games in Jacó with a brilliant showing the Men’s Open first round.
National and local officials in the Central Pacific canton of Garabito are stepping up measures to ensure the World Surfing Games that will take place in Jacó beach Aug. 6 – 14 is a safe, healthy, scam-free success for the country.
Competition for the 2016 ISA World Surfing Games gets started on Aug. 7 from Jacó with the first round of the Men’s Open.
The ISA World Surfing Games start Saturday at Playa Jacó in Puntarenas. Here’s what you need to know for attending the international tournament.
Costa Rica’s team for the upcoming World Surfing Games in Jacó was announced Wednesday. The team will feature the country’s biggest names in surf, including Carlos “Cali” Muñoz and the decorated McGonagle siblings.
Another season of the Costa Rican national surfing circuit has ended as Santa Teresa’s Anthony Fillingim and Pavones’ Leilani McGonagle were crowned the men’s and women’s national champions Sunday.
Playa Jacó in Costa Rica will host the 2016 ISA World Surfing Games beginning Aug. 6, where Costa Rica’s “Dream Team” will look to repeat as world champions.
For the 10th consecutive year, Costa Rica has captured the Central American surfing title. Jason Torres and Leilani McGonagle won respective titles in the men’s and women’s categories.