All set for the 2016 IWWF Cable Wakeboard World Championships

The planet's best wakeboarders and wakeskaters will fight for the world titles at Acuaski Action Park, in Mexico, from November 4th-12th, 2016.

The Cable Wakeboard World Championships of the International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (IWWF) are run every two years and will take place at Tequesquitengo, in the Mexican state of Morelos, and thus held in the PANAM Confederation for the first time.

The strong field features 200 riders from 25 nations, including top-ranked athletes such as Lior Sofer, Timo Kapl, Miles Töller, Julia Rick, Philipp Turba, San Im, Ariano Blanik, and Victoria Sosulina. The event will be streamed live via webcast.

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Riders create a floating wake park using shipping containers

Three wakeboarders have created a wakeboarding park in Pula, Croatia, using shipping containers.

Dominik Gührs, Felix Georgii, and Dominik Hernler used a crane to lift the shipping containers and place them in a 360-degree floating course.

The Water Crane project allows wakeboarders to enjoy multiple XXL obstacles in Uljanik Pula Wharf. The trio also created a flying obstacle, which they initially struggled to master but became central to their riding.

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Punta Cana crowns new wakeboarding champions

Massi Piffaretti and Nicola Butler conquered the 2016 Malibu Punta Cana Pro, in the Dominican Republic.

The last event of the Malibu Evolution Pro Series and Wakeboard World Series (WBWS) determined the season champions in choppy, hurricane-affected waters.

There was a lot at stake in the Pro Men's final, but the Italian wakeboarder was too strong and won the first WBWS event of his career.

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