FUELED BY OBSTACLES
BECOMING AN ATHLETE
Jonas started to compete after a tragical accident that almost killed him at the age of 26.
He lost both hands after being electrocuted while volunteering at the church.
Being in the ocean was his biggest dream, so Jonas never stopped until he figured it out a way to surf again.
That's what he did, after one year trying unsuccessfully, Jonas had the idea to use pipe rings to be able to hold the paddle and surf again.
The idea worked so perfectly that Jonas started to compete and became a professional athlete.
Every difficulty comes with a powerful energy, use it to push you forward.
Use your obstacles as a fuel so you will never run out of gas.
Jonas is the only athlete with disabilities competing in the professional division. Even without hands, Jonas got remarkable results winning some great races.
On each Event, Jonas always motivates and inspires everyone.
SUP Clinic It's an experience evolving Jonas life's motivations, long distance races, how to prepare for it, how to create the mindset to finish, adaptations, and much more.
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Paddle with Jonas in some of the most wonderful areas of Southern California, Lakes, harbors and open ocean.
There is no limits.
COMPETING IN THE BIGGEST RACES IN THE WORLD
Molokai 2 Oahu Race
In 2016 Jonas and Anthony Vela, partnered up on this great adventure, to cross the Molokai Channel on the biggest Stand-Up Paddle Board Championship. Molokai to Oahu Race is a 32 miles race in one of the deepest and dangerous channels in the world.
11 Cities Tour 137 miles
One of the longest Stand-Up Paddle Board races in the world, The 11 Cities tour is also a pretty hard challenge. During five days, the paddlers have to paddle more than 30 miles every day completing the distance of more than 137 miles.