The 2017 Wake Park World Series schedule

The 2017 Wake Park World Series (WPWS) will feature five stops in three continents.

The World Wake Association (WWA) released the schedule for the 2017 season and confirmed a global purse of over $145,000, the largest prize money payout in the history of cable wakeboarding.

Once again, the WPWS will showcase the world's best riders and their tricks in two divisions: Pro Men and Features.

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Can you guess who won the first event of the 2017 Pro Wakeboard Tour?

In 2017, the only question that is still unanswered is: will Harley Clifford win all the events he competes in this year? Stop number one, check.

The Pro Wakeboard Tour season is celebrating its 25th anniversary. The longest-running professional wakeboard and wakesurf circuit kicked off the 2017 season at Oak Mountain State Park, in Birmingham, Alabama.

After the qualifying rounds held in the first two days, the world's best battled it out for points and glory. And what a spectacular show it was with five of six riders scoring in the 90s in the finals, for the first time.

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Harley Clifford storms the 2017 Nautique Wake Open

Harley Clifford has taken out the 2017 Nautique Wake Open, in Orlando, Florida.

The Australian powerhouse stormed the event and proved he is ready to battle for another world title. Clifford has recently returned to the water after recovering from a serious knee injury.

The Men's Pro final included Mike Dowdy, Noah Flegel, and Cory Teunissen, but it was Clifford who stole the show by hitting a double indy tantrum on his first trick, a tail grab KGB, and a melon toe nine.

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