NAME: Danilo Ensuncho

AGE: 16 years old

HOMETOWN: Barranquilla, Colombia

SCHOOL: Leadership High School

SUPPORT: City Surf Project www.citysurfproject.com. They are a great group and I have never met such a solid support team. 

LOCAL BREAK: Ocean Beach, San Francisco 

NICKNAME: Nilo Bambino

MAGIC BOARD: Well I have been riding a Soft Top, but I hope to try a real board one day.

IG ACCOUNT: @nilodeltoro

QUOTE: "What is a better way to end your day than on a wave son?"

What gets you stoked? Getting up on that gnarly wave and dropping in!

Who is in your Tribe? @nilodeltoro, @tropicaalmami, @nelbunz, @citysurfproject @arii.yumyum @eveeelynn_

What do you do when you are not surfing all day? I work on bettering myself and healing others through my jokes and unique personality.

What is a Grom? A grom, well I would consider myself a grom honestly! But real talk, a grom is someone who just goes out there and rips it up on a wave.

What moves are you working on this week? I have been working on walking on the surfboard and trying to turn it on the wave. 

What is your favorite thing about the ocean? Just being in a whole different environment is special and I love the vibe you get from it when you are in it. 

Early morning offshores of Afternoon glass off?  Both. I love trying something new and getting in to both conditions is great. 

Post surf Grinds? Wingstop! You can never eat enough chicken wings after a good long day in the surf. Plus, it's my "Go To" food whenever I am hungry. 

Inspirations? My Mom. She has been such a great inspiration in my life, made me really strong and a very independent young man.

Dream Trip? I would love to go to Hawaii to surf. I think the culture is tight and I would bring my whole Tribe. 

Where do you want to be in 2020?  I hope can be a better surfer so I can help others out in the surf. 

Wave Pools or the Ocean? Ocean all the way. Why waste time in a wave pool when you can catch the real one?

What is your first memory of the ocean? Well, I almost drown once, but I think that helped me get back in the water and concur my fear of surfing.

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