During the launching, the organizers of the Master of the Ocean announced the goal to become the most sustainable water sports competition in the Americas; to be held next February from 23 to 28, 2023 in Cabarete.

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic- The organizers of Master of the Ocean, the world championship of wind and waves in the Dominican Republic, held a pre-launch event, attended by multiple media, diplomats, government representatives, athletes, and partners.

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by Rebecca Parsons

Candice Appleby is one of the most talented waterwoman in the world. She first began surfing at age nine and in her teens, she led San Clemente High to four consecutive national titles. In 2006, she took up standup paddling and since has won six Battle of the Paddle titles, three Pacific Paddle Game titles, was the APP world champion in 2015, has taken home four golds at the ISA World Championships,

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Whether it’s on a board or boat, water sports are a big part of life for many residents Pacific Beach. So for the past 50 years, the Mission Bay Aquatic Center has strived to help make such activities accessible to all.

Sailing, wakeboarding, surfing, stand up paddling, kayaking, windsurfing and much more are just some of the sports available at MBAC.

“The center is open to the public. Even without owning a boat or surfboard

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Ocean sports are back on, but it remains to be seen when the surf will be up for Big Island competitions.

Gov. David Ige announced Tuesday that ocean sports such as surfing, canoeing and swimming events will be allowed to resume beginning June 1, but the edict appears to have come too late to salvage the Big Island Pro-Am Surfing Trials. The event has been canceled for the second consecutive year, organizer Stan Lawrence said.

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