Aymee Vasquez, 40, left, helps Barbara Perez, 40, adjust her paddle during a SUP The Workout paddleboard class at the U.S. Sailing Center in Coconut Grove.
Aymee Vasquez, 40, left, helps Barbara Perez, 40, adjust her paddle during a SUP The Workout paddleboard class at the U.S. Sailing Center in Coconut Grove. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
Aymee Vasquez, 40, left, helps Barbara Perez, 40, adjust her paddle during a SUP The Workout paddleboard class at the U.S. Sailing Center in Coconut Grove. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com

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