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Ramón Navarro in Antarctica

by on Thursday 23rd January, 2014   9392 Visits   Comments

Just 600 miles of perilous ocean separate Chilean Patagonia from Antarctica, so who better to pioneer surfing on the White Continent than Chile’s big-wave legend, Ramón Navarro?

Clearly the waves weren’t epic, but their search reaps more rewards than earlier attempts, and as Ramón states, “it’s not going to end here.”

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