Wake Park World Series: full throttle | Photo: WWA

The 2015 WWA Wake Park World Series schedule includes five events in the USA, Abu Dhabi and Thailand.

The World Wakeboard Association (WWA) has announced the full calendar for the prestigious 2015 WWA Wake Park World Series.

The circuit opens with the Monster Energy WWA Wake Park Triple Crown, to be held between 27th-28th March, 2015. It will be the first Features-only event and serves as the grand opening of Miami's Watersports Complex.

In August, the series returns to Miami for the Nautique WWA U.S. Wakeboard & Wake Park National Championships, an event for all ages, and divisions for both cable and boat.

The Malibu Houston Pro will be the new event of the season. All wake park specialists are invited to hit the Three Palms Action Sports Complex, in the early days of October.

"We are excited to see this new park for the first time that was inspired and created by Pat Panakos. This will be the third spot in the WWA Wake Park World Series before our international spots at two outstanding locations in Abu Dhabi and Thailand," explains Shannon Starling, president of the WWA.

2015 WWA Wake Park World Series | Schedule

WWA Monster Energy Triple Crown | Miami Watersports Complex, Miami, Florida | March 27th-28th
WWA Wake Park Nationals | Miami Watersports Complex, Miami, Florida | August 13th-16th
Malibu Houston Open | Three Palms Action Sports Complex, Houston, Texas | October 2nd-4th
WWA Wake Park Worlds | Al Forsan International Resort, Abu Dhabi | November 4th-6th
Thai Wake Park | Thailand | TBC

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