- 20 June 2016 | Wakeboarding
Tony Iacconi has claimed a maiden win in the Supra Boats Pro Wakeboard Tour (PWT).
The Australian wakeboarder, 19, took out the Mooresville event in grand fashion with one of greatest two-run performances of his career. Iacconi impressed the crowd at Lake Norman with two near-perfect passes.
"I am so pumped to get up on the top spot. I went out there with a goal and did what I had to do with my tricks on the first run. Then on my second run, I didn't really know what I could do better, so I grabbed a couple of things to get a score," revealed Tony Iacconi.
- 15 June 2016 | Wakeboarding
Cory Teunissen claimed the Nautique European Pro/Am 2016 in the stunning spot of Castelo de Bode, near Ferreira do Zezere, in Portugal.
The world's best amateur and professional wakeboarders enjoyed three sunny days of competition in front of an enthusiastic crowd. The sport of wakeboarding is rapidly growing in a country where surfing and bodyboarding are the king and queen of watersports.
In the Pro Men's final, Teunissen had a dream run which included a mute mobe five to the flats. With a score of 92.00, it was enough to smash Mike Dowdy and Tony Iaconni.
- 23 May 2016 | Wakeboarding
Daniel Grant has taken out the Red Bull Wake of Steel 2016, held in Linz, Austria.
The extreme wakeboarding competition attracted 18 stars of the sport, who performed breathtaking tricks and maneuvers in a post-industrial setting and surrounded by an enthusiastic crowd.
Grant has already won the event twice, but he nearly missed the super final with James Windsor, Julian Cohen, Ben LeClair, and Szebasztian Szolath. Daniel qualified in fifth place and knew he had to step up his game.