Tom Fooshee: training for a few spectators

Tom Fooshee took out the first ever WWA Wake Park World Series contest, in Australia.

Custom rails were built and a brand new cable was installed in the Queensland town of Mackay, to accompany riders like Ange Schriber, Daniel Grant, Tom Fooshee, Matty Hasler, Julian Cohen and Aaron Gunn.

In the Pro Men's and Pro Features divisions, riders ripped up the brand new, state-of-the-art cable.

Tricks such as backside 900s, insane BS 360 transfers-to-nose press-to-revert 360s, and massive back mobe 540s where going down as the crowd motivated the riders to push their talents to the limit.

In the end, it was Tom Fooshee who claimed the Pro Men's Wakesessions championship, with a switch Pete Rose 720 off of the Jet Pilot Kicker followed by a tail KGB off of the flat water into an insane switch 270 to front board 270 out transfer on the Loose Kid fun box.

Every cable park in Australia was represented during these heated battles to determine the top Amateur riders in the country.

The fifth stop of the 2013 WWA Wake Park World Series heated up as spectators lined the shores at GoWake-Mackay and local bands smashed hit jams all day.

Wake Park World Series Australia Results:

Pro Men:
1. Tom Fooshee
2. Daniel Grant
3. Aaron Gunn
4. Chandler Powell

Pro Features
1. Daniel Grant
2. Aaron Gunn
3. Julian Cohen
4. Oli Derome

Pro Wakeskate
1. Daniel Grant
2. Mayce Dipple
3. Kai Kissmann

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