Red Bull Harbour Reach: cast iron, brick, stones and airs | Photo: Red Bull

Twenty of the world's best wakeboarders will travel to Liverpool for the 2014 Red Bull Harbour Reach.

On the 30th August, James Windsor, Raphael Derome, Nick Davies, Nico Von Lerchenfiel, and many more riders will test the purpose-built wake course installed at Albert Dock.

Judges will be looking for agility, technical abilities, and huge tricks inspired by Liverpool's industrial heritage.

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Citroën Wake the Stadium 2014: Helsinki gets radical

The Citroën Wake the Stadium 2014 was the first ever wakeboarding competition at Uimastadion, in Helsinki, Finland.

Who said an Olympic swimming pool couldn't host a wakeboarding contest? The Wake the Stadium 2014 transformed the Uimastadion into a freestyle playground, with ramps and rails for creative riders.

Madis Bachmann stole the show and the prize money. He was followed by Daniel Matsukevits, Martin Bachmann, Ken Ekblom Johanson, and Ruben Snabb.

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Matty Buys: grinding

Tom Fooshee showed everyone why he has been the most dominant cable wakeboarder in history, in the first stage of the Monster Energy Wake Park Triple Crown, at Cajun X Cables, Louisiana.

Fooshee claimed the Pro Men's Features after pulling a perfect Pete Rose 540 on the kicker, and then a front three on to nose press and back three, off the tech rail to solidify his win.

Graeme Burress secured second place, with his super creative lines and aggressive approach. John Drelling and Sebastian Dunn rounded out the heat in third and fourth respectively.

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