A few weeks ago I had the fantastic opportunity to travel to Buenos Aires,Argentina with the help of IWWF

(International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation) to help them with the Wake Boat World Championship. The competition took place between 18 and 24 March and… I feel very fortunate to have been able to be part of this event and… Well, I want to clarify that these photos do not represent even closely everything I saw but, at least you can have an idea ūüôā For more photons go to IWWF

Photo: Tommy Kenny

The truth is that this trip was impressive for many reasons… I loved knowing the wake by boat,I was very fascinated by the level that there is and the tricks that riders are able to do (to me personally this sport gives me a lot of respect and I find the things they do brutal). On the other hand, I had always wanted know Argentina and, finally, the time has come!). I also had the opportunity to see some old men again. friends I hadn’t seen in a while and to meet the boat wake community that, from my point of view, are super people hardworking and super serious and, I love that in sport ūüėČ

I totally and absolutely hallucinated with how beautiful the city of Buenos Aires is, the contrast and the art that this province of 15 million inhabitants breathes. I also went to pay him a visit to Argentina’s first 5-pulley cable, Pampa Cablepark, and I was really looking forward to returning. If you want to see some of the things we did you can click:

Photo: Davo Hidalgo @Oceanfreaks


Thank you very much to all the competitors, organizers, sponsor photographers, spectators… Thank you all! Thank you Argentina!, I know we will see each other again very, very soon. And, this is it for today ūüôā #IWWFWakeWorlds


See you in the water,