- 31 May 2010 | Bodyboarding
The third day of the Peruvian Inka Challenge was by far the most exhausting day for the competitors.
Two rounds of heats were surfed at the biggest and most difficult day at Chilca. The waves where heavy and with a strong current making the competitors work on their time limit.
"There are some ramps and good waves but there are also many close outs making things a bit hard."Said the Australian Michael Novy who advanced to the quarter finals.
- 28 May 2010 | Bodyboarding
The Chilca beach turned it on for the first day of the Peruvian Inka Challenge 2010. The day was strictly a drop knee day where 3 rounds of DK riders where surfed.
The glassy waves, around 3 to 4 feet on the sets offered the ideal conditions to run the division. The surprises where the elimination of the current world champion Dave Hubbard to the Peruvian Cesar Bauer and to the Australian top DK rider Dave Winchester to the Canary Ardiel Jimenez.
- 27 May 2010 | Bodyboarding
After the Arica Chile Challenge, Peru is the next stop for the world class bodyboarders for the Peruvian Inka Challenge 2010. The event, in its second edition, has upgraded its status with a drop knee Grand Slam status.
This Tuesday was held the press conference in Lima with the presence of the top riders. The actual Peruvian champion Jeff Hubbard is excited towards the competition this year."
The wave is a pretty powerful beach break with lots of potential. All competitors are eagerly to show all their stuff after Arica. Everyone is ready to push the level of riding to the next level."
Jorge Hurtado the actual vice Peruvian Champion knows that he has the responsibility on his hands . "I'm training very hard since my second place last year and I know that the responsibility on me is even bigger this year."
The Peruvian Inka Challenge 2010 will start this Thursday at Chilca, in Pucusana around 1 hour from Lima.