Harley Clifford: relaxing after claiming another title | Photo: Clifford/Facebook

Harley Clifford has taken out the overall 2015 Supra Boats Pro Wakeboard Tour title. The Australian placed runner-up in the last event of season, held at Traxler Park, in Janesville, Wisconsin.

The title was decided, but Cory Teunissen wanted the final spotlight as he landed the first-ever wake-to-wake 1080 in a profession wakeboarding contest. Ultimately, Teunissen had the last word in the final.

All six wakeboarders fell on their first passes, having to then make up the points in the second run. Teunissen kept his composure and ended up in first place with 96.00 points.

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Chris Abadie: urban wakeboarding madness | Photo: X Games

Chris Abadie has taken out the Real Wake Driven by MasterCraft, as part of the "World of X Games."

The talented member of the Shredtown won the all-video wakeboarding contest in which eight riders competed for X Games gold and your hearts. Abadie came away with both your pick for Fan Favorite as well as the first-ever Real Wake gold.

"It was surreal to stand there with the best riders in the world and be announced as the winner. To have the respect from all the other competitors in the real wake event and know that they voted for our video was definitely one of the most humbling moments in my career," underlined Chris Abadie.

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Mike Dowdy: he pulled the world's first ever wake-to-wake 1260 | Photo: X Games/Bradlee Rutledge

Mike Dowdy has successfully landed the world's first ever wake-to-wake 1260.

The 21-year-old wakeboarder from Pinckney, Michigan, is not new to pushing the boundaries of the sport but, this time, and behind a Super Air Nautique G23, "Dirty" Dowdy did the unimaginable.

"The level of riding is insane with the G23 making the biggest, best-shaped wake in the industry. It's allowed me to push myself, and the sport to new places with tricks now being landed that everyone thought to be impossible before the Nautique G23 was introduced," underlined Mike Dowdy.

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