The INCLUSEA Project; How to make surfing more inclusive – Javier Cantera Gómez

Javier Cantera Gómez speaks about how we can make surfing more inclusive for people with disabilities. He speaks about how "Inclusea", run by 5 different European countries, has a goal to promote more social inclusion and equal opportunities in sports.

Speaker: Miguel Moreira, Pedro Seixas, Pedro Reimunde, Ogi Markovic
Recorded at: WCSM23 Valdoviño, Spain
Length of video: 40:10

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