Nautique Wake Series: there will be four stops in the 2019 calendar | Photo: WWA

The full calendar for the 2019 Nautique Wake Series has been released.

The circuit aims to be the only event series that gives wakeboarders of all ages, gender and skill level a chance to compete at an elite level while maintaining a family-friendly environment.

And this year, it will be no different. The World Wake Association (WWA) and Nautique and released a four-stop schedule that will once again attract both professional and amateur riders.

The season kicks off in Melbourne, Australia, and then travels to Pine Mountain and Monroe before crowing its champions at Mexico's Playa del Carmen.

This year, and for the first time, the Wakeboard World Championships will crown the WWA world champions, the Wake Series champions, and the WWA Wakeboard World Series champions.

"I'm ready to train hard and chase the title once again in 2019. I am excited for another year, and to see everyone - from the pros to the amateurs - pushing the sport and their riding skills," expressed Meagan Ethell, the current WWA wakeboard world champion.

All athletes will be towed behind the Super Air Nautique G23.

2019 Nautique Wake Series | Schedule

59th Nautique Moomba Masters | March 8-11 | Melbourne, Australia
60th Nautique Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament | May 24-26 | Pine Mountain, Georgia
30th Nautique WWA Wakeboard National Championships | July 24-27 | Monroe, Washington
31st Nautique WWA Wakeboard World Championships | October 11-13 | Playa del Carmen, Mexico

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