MULANOVICH SE DESPIDIÓ DEL CIRCUITO PROFESIONAL ASP

Esta madrugada, nuestra eterna reina de las olas Sofía Mulanovich corrió su última serie como integrante, durante once años consecutivos de la élite de chicas que compiten en el Campeonato Mundial WCT de la Asociación de Surf Profesional ASP. En la playa Cascais de Portugal la peruana cayó derrotada en la segunda ronda por la sudafricana Bianca Buitendag.


Sin embargo, les reiteramos una vez más que 'La Gringa' no dejará de representar al Perú cada vez que sea requerida por la Federación para defender nuestros colores en los diferentes torneos de la International Surfing Association ISA o en otros eventos internacionales.
 
Video y declaraciones de Sofía desde Portugal:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IsQ-4uzBdI
 

 

PRINCIPALES LOGROS:
 
- The first surfer in history to win both the ISA and ASP World Championship in the same year
- First South American, male or female, to win an ASP World Championship Title
- Youngest surfer and first South American to be inducted into Surfers Hall of Fame
- Voted #1 Surfer Poll for four consecutive years 2005-2008
- First South American to win Vans Triple Crown of Surfing
- First female surfer and South American to be inducted into the Olympic Museum in Laussane, Switzerland
- Recipient of the elite Laurels Sports Award from President Toledo of Peru
- Sofia has won events at Fiji, Sunset, Teahupoo, Australia, Europe, United States, Peru and China
- First South American to win an ESPN ESPY Award
- First South American to win a Fox's Teen Choice Award

 

2012
2012 1st Place ISA China Cup Hainan Island, China
2011
2011 2nd Place Commonwealth Beachley Classic Northern Beach, Australia
2010
2010 2nd Place WCT Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach, Australia
2010 3rd Place Beachley Classic Sydney, Australia
2010 3rd Place Movistar Peru Classic San Bartolo, Peru
2009
2009 1st Place Movistar Peru Classic (WCT)
2009 1st place Copa Movistar, Peru (WQS)
2008
2009 2nd Place Billabong Girls Pro Rio
2008 2nd Place Rip Curl Pro, Australia
2008 1st Place Roxy Pro Gold Coast, Australia
2007
2007 Inducted into Surfing Hall of Fame
2007 1st Place Roxy Pro Sunset Beach, Hawaii
2007 1st Place Rip Curl Girls Festival Europe, Spain
2007 2nd Place Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach, Australia
2007 2nd Place World Championship Tour
2006
2006 Vans Triple Crown of Surfing Champion (récord)
2006 5th Place World Championship Tour
2006 1st Place US Open of Surfing Huntington Beach, California (WQS)
2006 2nd Place Billabong Girls Itacare, Brasil (WQS)
2006 1st Place OP Pro Hawaii Haleiwa, Oahu (WQS)
2006 Teen Choice Award won - Choice Action Sports Female
2005
2005 ESPY Best Action-Sports Athlete
2005 2nd Place World Championship Tour
2005 1st Place Roxy Pro UK, United Kingdom
2005 1st Place Roxy Pro Tavarua, Fiji
2005 1st Place Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach, Australia
2005 3rd Place Telefónica Cup Asia Beach, Peru
2005 3rd Place Billabong Pro Teahupoo, Tahiti
2004
2004 Women's World Champion
2004 1st Place Rip Curl Girls Festival Europe, France
2004 1st Place Billabong Pro Teahupoo, Hawaii
2004 1st Place Roxy Pro, Fiji
2003
2003 3rd Place WCT Roxy ProTavarua, Fiji
2003 2nd Place WQS Roxy Pro Phillip Island, Australia
2003 2nd on the World Qualifying Series (WQS)
2003 7th on the World Championship Tour (WCT)
2003 Voted Number 5 Top Female Surfer, Surfer Poll Award
2002
2002 2nd Place WQS ASP Turtle Bay, Hawaii
2002 2nd Place WCT Roxy Pro South West Coast, France
2002 4th Place WQS Rip Curl Pro Hossegor, France
2002 3rd Place WQS US Open of Surfing Huntington Beach, CA
2002 Qualified for the 2003 World Championship Tour
2002 Ranked 2nd on WQS Tour
2002 Voted by Surfer Magazine as the Number 1 Female Grommet (a.k.a. Best Upcoming Female Surfer)
2002 Four-Time Peruvian National Champion 1999-2002

 

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