Fort Lauderdale gets the 2014 WWA Wakeboard World Championships

The best amateur and professional wakeboarders and wakeskaters will travel to Mills Pond Park, in Fort Lauderdale, for the 2014 Rockstar WWA Wakeboard World Championships, between 11th-14th September.

More than 200 riders, ranging from seven to 55 years old, earn an invitation to the prestigious event by qualifying at their respective countries' national championships.

The 2014 event is expected to feature some the sport's biggest names including riders Austin Hair, Taylor McCullough, Trevor Hansen, Reed Hansen, Brad Teunissen, Cory Teunissen and Bec Gange.

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Sam Carne wins first 2014 WWA Pro Card Qualifier

Sam Carne conquered the first 2014 Malibu WWA Pro Card Qualifier, at Freedom Wake Park.

The 2014 season got started in a superb mood, with virtually perfect conditions, a massive Wakesetter 22 MXZ wake and 25 riders looking to turn pro.

The format was simple. For starters, make sure that fun is in the forefront of everyone's mind. Second, each rider advancing to the semifinals would earn their 2014 Malibu WWA Pro Card.

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Jeff Weatherall wins the 2014 New Zealand Wakeboard Nationals

Jeff Weatherall has conquered the 2014 New Zealand Wakeboard Nationals, held at Lake Karapiro.

After two epic days of incredible weather, water and riding from over 50 riders, Jeff Weatherall took out top honors in the Open Men's division.

"The New Zealand Nationals was were it all started for me. It was the stepping stone for me to be able to head to America and pursue my dreams of becoming New Zealand's first professional rider," says Weatherall.

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Anthony Vandenberg has once again participated in the Shackleford Challenge 2018 in Cedar Island, North Carolina. This time, he had a close encounter with a shark.

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