Name: Tato & Agustin Molina
Home Town: Montevideo and Punta del Este, Uruguay
Home Spot: Boca de la Barra
Sponsors: Goya, Quatro, Ocean Mind
A few words about yourself…
Brothers and friends who love challenges and never give up.
What makes your ride?
Kind of addiction that can’t be controlled.
How much do you love to windsurf?
Probably more than anything else in the world.
What is your most memorable session?
When Francisco Goya visited home on December 2008. It was the most crowded session we ever had in Uruguay so far!! All local windsurfers friends were there too, supporting the beggining of a new Project. You should know that at home the more we are, the fun it gets!
What inspires you?
Creative and challenging projects, specially those that seem impossible.
Describe your quiver and the range of conditions you use it on.
We have all kind of gear. We normally share quiver of sails, so we have Guru on the smaller sizes and Eclipse on 5.0 and biggers. That give as lot of control when is really windy and extra power when is not. If we had to choose only one the perfect combination would be Quad 72 + Guru 4.5 for Agustin and Quad 84 + Eclipse 5.0 for Tato. We also have some freeride gear and try to use our school boards with friends as much as possible!
What does riding for Goya mean to you?
We are proud of being part of this family. Products are definitely the best ones we ever try, but more than that, what we really like is the fact that people arround Goya are completely involved and passioned by windsurfing. Goya team/family, together with the local windsurfers support, gave as the opportunity to develop windsurfing in Uruguay on a unbelievable way. Our sport was almost disappearing at home and now we can say that Goya Company saved as! Of course we still have lot of things to do, but everything is easier when you have such a great group of people arround.