Wakecation: Steel Lafferty multiplied | Photo: Robert Snow/Red Bull

Parks Bonifay, Brian Grubb and Steel Lafferty are on "Wakecation." But they're not resting and relaxing. They're shredding.

The wakeboarding trio will be riding behind seaplanes in Panama, in search of new riding spots and tricks for the ultimate "Wakecation," a series of full-action liquid episodes.

Parks Bonifay was born on 30th September, 1981, in Winterhaven, Florida. At six months old, Parks was put on a pair of skis by his father. He won the X Games when he was 14 years old, and triumphed in multiple wakeboarding events. Parks Bonifay is the first documented wakeboarder to land a 1080.

Steel Lafferty. was born on 27th May, 1992, in Fort Lauderdale. He's the first wakeboarder to land a wake-to-wake 1080 and a toeside backside 900 off a double up. Steel also loves to play golf and shooting hoops on the basketball court.

Brian Grubb was born on 31st July, 1980, in Nashua, New Hampshire. He is one of the pioneers of wakeskating. He has won a Vans Triple Crown Championship, a National Championship, World Championship, and events on the Byerly Toe Jam Tour and Pro Wakeskate Tour.

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