Lior Sofer: hitting the Control button at Norsjø Cable Park | Photo: VM Cable Wakeboard 2014

Lior Sofer and Sanne Meijer have won the 2014 Cable Wakeboard World Championships, at Norsjø Cable Park, Telemark County, Norway.

With the finals up and running, and after crashing in his first run, Sofer risked everything in his second and stuck moves like 315, Crow Mobe 540, Pete Rose and Frontside 900 at the kicker.

He scored 94.33 points, ousting San Im from first place. Im had scored 85 points in his first run, sticking tricks like S-Mobe 540 Nose Grab and Backside 720 Melon. Third place went to Frédéric von Osten.

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Puerto Cancun: wakeboarders' heaven

Puerto Cancun, in Mexico, will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the World Wakeboard Association (WWA) with the most elite contest of the 2014 season, between October 3rd-5th.

The WWA Wakeboard World Ranking will be used to determine the top 15 pro men's and top 8 pro women's riders pre-qualified to the Cancun Pro. The Mexican debut will be pulled by the 2015 Malibu Wakesetter 23 LSV.

"We are using the same boat that I have on my dock at home, and this boat delivers! I can't wait to see what goes down from the best riders in the world, because the wake will be dialed," explains Brian Grubb, the driver for the Cancun Pro.

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Norsjø Cable Park: Ben Zilbermann seems to enjoy the spot | Photo: VM Cable Wakeboard 2014

Two hundred riders from 29 nations will participate in the 2014 Cable Wakeboard World Championships, at Norsjø Cable Park, Telemark County, Norway.

Between August 10th-16th, the best cable wakeboarders in the planet will head to Northern Europe for the 8th edition of the Cable Wakeboard World Championships.

The top-ranked athletes, including Frédéric von Osten, Sophie-Marie Reimers, Julia Rick and Dominik Gührs, will battle for titles in wakeboarding and wakeskating.

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