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Ramón Navarro

Rodrigo Farias Moreno
Ramón Navarro

Surfing Ambassador

Hometown: Pichilemu, Chile
Resides: Pichilemu, Chile

The son of a fisherman, Chilean big wave surfer Ramón Navarro grew up in and around the ocean. With a reputation for fearlessness in giant surf, he brings the same passion and bravery to his activism work. From saving Punta de Lobos to taking on Chile’s fish farm industry, Ramón now dedicates his life to preserving his country’s vibrant coast.

Career Highlights

  • Ride of the Year Award Nominee, Billabong XXL Awards, 2012
  • Second place finish at the Quiksilver Ceremonial, Punta de Lobos (Pichilemu, Chile), 2011
  • Second place finish at the 2011 Big Wave World Tour
  • Third place finish at the Todos Santos Big Wave Event, Baja California, Mexico, 2010
  • Fifth place finish at the 2009 Eddie Aikau
  • Monster Energy Drop Award, 2009 Eddie Aikau
  • First place finish at the Quiksilver Ceremonial, Punta de Lobos (Pichilemu, Chile), 2006
  • Rode “La Bestia” (The Beast) in 2004, Chile
  • Adventurer of the Year nominee 2013, National Geographic
  • Featured in movie, 180 Degrees South
  • Save the Waves Surf Ambassador
  • Organized and led community opposition to a proposed sewage pipeline, Pichilemu, Chile
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