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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – For the eighth consecutive time, Costa Rica surfers will go home with the Central American National title, winning today in Playa Venao of Panama, after getting 16 of 22 possible medals individually, four of which are gold in the VIII Central American Surfing Games 2013.

    Today the gold medals were distributed, 4 for Costa Rica, 3 for Panama and 1 for Nicaragua who managed the Under 16 male.

    Again this year, Costa Rica managed to get gold in the most demanding category, the Open, thanks to Noe Mar McGonagle.

    “I’m happy this year with the results I’ve gotten and this is very special to me because it gives good points to my team that we needed to take the Central championship. The work of all Costa Ricans was amazing here in Panama,” McGonagle said.

    The other golds Costa Rica won were in Junior Female with victory from Leilani McGonagle, Longboard with fourth gold by Anthonny Central Flores and Bodyboard who won at just 13 years old, Jefferson Bustos.

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