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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.

In the Pro Men's Cable division, Austrian ripper James Windsor reminded everyone why he is a WWA Wake Park World Champion, and took first place in the combination rails and cable maneuver focused class.

The next stop on the Monster Energy Wake Park Triple Crown 2014 will be held at the Terminus, in Atlanta, between 1st-2nd August. The last event of the series takes place at the BSR Cable Park, in Texas, between 19th-20th September.

A German company specialized in designing and build wake park features announced the creation of the world's first floating outdoor surf pool.

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Although a very young water sport, windsurfing has seen the birth, birth, and rebirth of several sailboard-oriented magazines.

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Nico von Lerchenfeld has had the time of his life at Surf Snowdonia, in Wales. But he was not there to surf.

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