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- Surfing Between Two Seas
- Feb 28, 2011
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- This is a gallery about surfer Edgar 'Gary' Saavedra, crossing the Panama Canal between the North and South America, riding for five hours on the longest wave in history.
Former world surfing champion Carissa Moore was in Panama at the weekend teaching children to surf as part of the Granito de Arena project that promotes care of the world's oceans. We have the best...
Carissa Moore left the crowded surf spots of the world behind recently as she went in search of a brand new experience in Latin America
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As some of the best surfers in the world take to the waves in Panama for the ISA World Surfing Games 2011, local legend Gary Saavedra takes redbull.com to Panama's best beaches...
More than 200 surfers are competing in the waves off Playa Venao in Panama at the ISA World Surfing Games 2011 from June 26 to July 2. Local hero and record-setting surfer Gary Saavedra tells...