Harley Clifford: unbeatable at the 2015 Wakeboard National Championships | Photo: WWA

Harley Clifford proved he is the man of the year after stealing the 2015 WWA Wakeboard National Championships at Miami Watersports Complex, in Lake Alfred, Florida.

The rider from the Gold Coast conquered the Pro Men's division, one of the 44 national titles awarded in the five-day event. Clifford had the best run of the day with a score of 95.67 and also won the 2015 Nautique Wake Series.

"I'm super stoked to win the Nautique WWA National Championships. This is the largest wakeboard event in North America and to know I came in and put in my best effort to claim the title is awesome," said Harley Clifford.

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James Gray: riding for Cancer Research UK | Photo: Lemm Photography

James Gray has broken the Guinness World Record of the longest time on a wakeboard.

The British wakeboarder rode non-stop for seven hours, four minutes and 27 seconds, at Box End Park, in Bedford, England. He started his adventure at 6am, on the 7th August, 2015.

Gray raised funds for Cancer Research UK. His 54-year-old father was diagnosed with terminal cancer. The young wakeboarder had to eat and drink while riding in the cable park.

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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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