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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – On September 9 in the waves of California, Costa Rica surfer Carlos “Cali” Muñoz will compete against the best in the world at the 2014 Hurley Pro.

    This event will be the eighth stop of the World Championship Tour (WCT), and today it was announced that the Tico might be a rival in the same heats as Kelly Slater and Gabriel Medina.

    Regarding this news “Cali”, said he is very happy to be competing for the first time in the WCT.

    “The waves at Lowers are very good, it’s actually my favorite spot in California. I look forward to some of my best surfing because in the end it’s to enjoy every moment,” he said.

    Muñoz is currently in Europe waiting to run the PRIME WQS event to be held in Azores, Portugal, from September 2 to 7.

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