Wakeboarding: not just a board and a rope

The WWA Wake Park Triple Crown 2014 will kick off at Cajun X Cable Park, Louisiana's first and only full-size cable wake park in Lafayette, on the 27th June.

The second stop of the Wake Park Triple Crown, at Terminus Cable, will also be a WWA Wake Park World Series event. This promises that top riders from around the globe will travel to Atlanta to compete for WWA Wake Park World Series points, their share of the prize purse and the overall WWA Wake Park World Series Championship.

This event series is set to continue to bring the most impressive action and biggest names to wake parks across North America. The final event will wrap up the season at the now world famous BSR Cable Park in Waco, Texas.

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Nautique Wake Games 2014: pumped and crowded

Dean Smith has claimed the Nautique Wake Games 2014, in the Orlando Water Sports Complex.

Leveraging the G23's perfect wake to his advantage, Smith unleashed a lethal combination of huge airs and precise rail riding in the finals to edge out a stacked field of the world's best wakeboarders including Harley Clifford, Rusty Malinoski, Austin Hair, Daniel Powers and Josh Twelker.

With his progressive riding, Smith claimed one of the sport's most coveted trophies as well as jumping out to an early lead in the overall King of Wake standings.

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Austin Hair: time to dinner, mate

The best amateur and professional wakeboarders and wakeskaters will travel to Mills Pond Park, in Fort Lauderdale, for the 2014 Rockstar WWA Wakeboard World Championships, between 11th-14th September.

More than 200 riders, ranging from seven to 55 years old, earn an invitation to the prestigious event by qualifying at their respective countries' national championships.

The 2014 event is expected to feature some the sport's biggest names including riders Austin Hair, Taylor McCullough, Trevor Hansen, Reed Hansen, Brad Teunissen, Cory Teunissen and Bec Gange.

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