Louis Gomez, 77, of Pinecrest, trains on a kiteboard after using paddleboards for many years. ‘I’m fairly fit for my age. As I’ve gotten older, [Paula Ambrosio] has made me stronger.’
Louis Gomez, 77, of Pinecrest, trains on a kiteboard after using paddleboards for many years. ‘I’m fairly fit for my age. As I’ve gotten older, [Paula Ambrosio] has made me stronger.’
Louis Gomez, 77, of Pinecrest, trains on a kiteboard after using paddleboards for many years. ‘I’m fairly fit for my age. As I’ve gotten older, [Paula Ambrosio] has made me stronger.’

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