With six tournaments to occur in three different beaches from the destination, the Pee Wee League comes back to the Nayarit Riviera, which from June 23rd to October 14th will push up the future stars of the region. The league is presented by Ramos Shapes, Sunset Bungalows and Los Rudos Surfshop, under the competition formats established by the World Championship Tour Top 33 of the World Surf League (WSL), the ISA (International Surfing Association) and the Surfing Association in the State of Nayarit (ASENAY), with the support of the local surf clubs from the different venues.
Kids and young contestants could participate in this amazing event that for 5 months have been participating in different phases of the contest in order to classify for the October 14th final.
This october 13th and 14th the last challenges will continue in San Pancho, being this place where the winner is going to be announced.
Rogelio Ramos, the league director, mentions that the objective for this competence is to encourage the youngest talents for they to become the next future first-class athletes. “We want that, besides the fun and having a good time during the contest, they could get inspired in learning and competing since their childhood, so that in the next generations we would maybe be able to see a young Mexican contestant in the Wolrd Tour of the World Surf League.”
He also recalled that the actual champion is Mexican; so that, maybe one of the kids could become the next representative of our country and even get a medal.
For the Olympics Games Japan 2020, surfing, for the first time in history, will make its appearance and will be disputed in the shortboard category (femenine and masculine), according to the agreement in Rio de Janeiro, during the 129th COI session as an attempt to attract a younger and broader public.