Mandurah World Cup: high speed flyer

The Mandurah World Cup will kick off the 2014 International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation (IWWF) season, between 15th-16th March, in Western Australia.

With floating obstacles and high altitude gymnastics in the air, wakeboarders will have a chance to prove that all pre-season training was worth it.

Over 100,000 spectators are expected on site, in Mandurah. This world cup stop will add waterski jump to the wakeboard program. There are skiers and riders from 24 countries already confirmed.

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WWA Ride Experience: when amateurs look like pros

The 2014 Malibu WWA Rider Experience will showcase all amateur divisions, including the all-new Wakesurf division.

The second season of the Malibu WWA Rider Experience will give wakeboarders, wakeskaters, and wakesurfers the opportunity to shine with a true seeding system that will pump their skills from event to event.

The kick off in Buford, Georgia, and will then travel to Stockton, New Braunfels and Lakemoor. With changes to the Junior Pro Men's division, 14-18-year-old wakeboarders will have their chance to show off.

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Aaron Rathy: grabbing for his sponsors

The MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour 2014 will feature only the Pro Men's division at all four events.

The largest and most storied professional wakeboarding circuit in the world has redesigned its format for the 2014 season.

With an exclusive focus on the sport's premier division, along with a restructured contest heat advancement system and athlete qualifying standards, the MasterCraft Pro Tour has laid the groundwork to produce the most competitive and entertaining wakeboard events on the planet.

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