Wake Park Triple Crown: air madness

Tom Fooshee has conquered the 2012 WWA Wake Park Triple Crown.

The sun was out and the riding was out of control, on the final day at the final stop of the Monster Energy Wake Park Triple Crown, at OWC, in Orlando.

Riders from literally all over the globe converged to throw down and go out with a bang as the Triple Crown series came to a close.

Some of the countries represented included Canada, Australia, Germany, Austria, Great Britain, South Korea, and Thailand.

The riders really pushed it at this stop as double flips, backside 9s, and crazy rail hit combos were all the norm. Park and cable riding have progressed a ton in a few short years and it really shows at an event like this, especially from young riders like James Windsor, Daniel Grant, and Nico von Lerchenfeld.

In the end, the day belonged to the one and only Texas king himself, Tom Fooshee. Tom came away with one of his best runs ever in the Pro Men's final and took the top spot in the division. 

That finish allowed him to be crowned the overall champ of the Wake Park Triple Crown.

Men's Pro
Tom Fooshee
Nick Davies
Nico von Lerchenfeld

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