Rockstar WWA Wakeboard World Championships 2014: power on | Photo: World Wakeboard Association

Harley Clifford, Bec Gange, Cory Teunissen, and Reed Hansen claimed the Rockstar WWA Wakeboard World Championships 2014, at Mills Pond Park, behind the Supra Boats SE550.

In the end, and after eight stops, Harley Clifford and Meagan Ethell have been crowned King of Wake and Queen of Wake in the ultimate showdown.

The main event of the day - Pro Men's - attracted hundreds of wake fans with hearts pounding as some of the best riders in the world rode for broke to take the coveted world champion title home.

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Yacht surfing: the helicopter is following you

Have you ever wondered what would be like to go yacht surfing? A group of talented wake surfers did exactly that. Plus, they've added a helicopter.

It's a left, it's a right, you're riding faster, and it's more like surfing. Parks Bonifay, Danny Harf, Chad Sharpe, and Erik Ruck have experienced the thrills of yacht surfing.

With the helping power of 60-foot yacht "My Lizzy Too," these wakeboarders tried everything they've ever imagined. Including spectacular wipeouts, too.

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Red Bull Harbour Reach 2014: Matt Crowhurst gets airborne | Photo: Red Bull

James Windsor has won the Red Bull Harbour Reach 2014, in Liverpool.

The Australian wakeboarder secured a back-to-back victory in British waters, in front of more than 10,000 people. The Red Bull Harbour Reach is the biggest wakeboarding event in the United Kingdom.

Windsor impressed the judges with an arsenal of incredible tricks thrown, and a flawless performance at the 100ft Pool Gap. Oli Derome and Brenton Priestley could only settle with a runner-up and third place.

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