A Year in Review 2011: Wakeboarding
Philippines: Deca open.
Protest cable call
WWA: wake park world series
The event took place at davao city in philipiness The event was held over the course of three days
Lots of food from different cultures were keeping quests busy while riders from all over the world were competing for the main price of 20,000 P and the right to be called the Deca champion After the contest there was a light show for every rider. Fashion show and a fire show everyone had alot of fun and are looking forward to a next friendly compition atDavao Philipiness.
This international wakeboard event took place on the 13th and 14th of August 2011 at the Down Under cableway, Nieuwegein. As a part of the WWA Wake Park World Series, the bestest of the best wakeboarders in the world showed off to impress the judges. Fighting for the grand price of 27 000 dollars.
The Protest Cable Call is part of the WWA Wake Park World Series, and one of the most anticipated wakeboarding events in Europe. The Protest Cable Call is not only about competition and winning titles; it is an event where anyone can have fun. There is plenty of food and drinks for the participants, there are glamorous parties to get involved in, there are exhibitions and raffles to be attended.
TheTelekom Local Support Wakeboard Challenge took place in a new location: on July 24th in the Bavarian town of Thannhausen.
The wakeboard course consists of an immense number of obstacles as well as runs into two directions. The contest will follow the usual line (anti clockwise) but the riders will also be able to show off their skills riding the lift into the other direction between the runs. This should definitely guarantee
There is also a Telekom Local Support BBQ party and lots of cool stuff from Pro-tec, Fiat Freestyle Team, Oakley and NewSchnitzel for the amateurs. And another highlight: the winner of the best trick contest will go home with one of only eight limited edition Turncable wakeboards.
The winner team will take a new UNIT Parktech kicker worth 5000Euros back home
Previous events such as telekom extreme playgrounds and Protest cable call were both a small part of something big. They were part of “wake park world series”.
The 2011 WWA Wake Park World Championships hosted by Al Forsan International Sports Resort is the final stop of the WWA Wake Park World Series 2011 season and the 1st “cable” wakeboard contest in the Middle-east. Wake Park Worlds is open to all ages and abilities; 17 divisions in all. $50,000 USD is up for grabs, with $30,000 USD cash paid onsite allocated to this single contest and an additional $20,000 USD allocated to the World Series overall champions. to see the Prize Money Break down.