Monster Energy Triple Crown

DATES | REGIONAL QUALIFIER INFO | EVENT SCHEDULE

The WWA and Alliance MultiMedia are proud to announce the dates and locations for the Monster Energy WWA Wake Park Triple Crown presented by Alliance Wakeboard Magazine. After a long time coming, the WWA and Alliance have come together to organize this groundbreaking series that incorporates three high profile Triple Crown contests, and a regional qualifier series for the Ten-80 WWA US Wake Park Nationals.

The Triple Crown will kick off at the Texas Ski Ranch on June 5th and 6th. This event will not only be the first stop of the Triple Crown, but it will also incorporate the WWA Wake Park World Series. The world's top Professional Men riders will be flying in from all across the globe to compete and earn points for the World Series. This contest will be a great kick off to the season and set the pace for the entire Triple Crown. The series will then head over to KC Watersports for the WWA US Wake Park Open, and the second stop of the Triple Crown. The contest will be the weekend of July 31st to August 1st, and riders will again be earning points at the Wake Park Open to name an overall Triple Crown champion at the final stop. The final stop will be the Ten-80 WWA US Wake Park Nationals at the brand new Dallas Watersports Complex. This event will cap off the season, and include all the amateur divisions and riders from the regional qualifier events that happened throughout the year. This will be the largest collective event of the Triple Crown; with the state of the art facility playing host to the largest collective wake park event in the US. Monster Energy WWA Wake Park Triple Crown presented by Alliance Wakeboard Magazine

Alliance MultiMedia is Alliance Wakeboard Magazine, Alliancewake.com and Alliance Visual Experiences. Alliance produces the most authentic publication, website, videos and television content focused on the world of wakeboarding and wakeskating. Our content connects with true wakeboarding and wakeskating participants, creating a trust and relationship that cannot be found with any other media company in this category. This connection has solidified Alliance's position as the premier media source in our market. The World Wakeboard Association (WWA) is a rider formed organization dedicated to promoting and growing wake sports worldwide. It is the leading source for riders, event organizers and competitive standards. For all inquiries, please contact the World Wakeboard Association at (407) 362-7841 or EventOrganizer@thewwa.com


Monster Energy WWA Wake Park Triple Crown

Stop #1

WWA Wake Park World Series

Texas Ski Ranch - New Braunfels, TX June 5th - 6th

Registration

 

Stop #2

The WWA US Wake Park Open

KC Watersports - Olathe, KS July 31st - August 1st

 

Stop #3

The Ten-80 WWA Wake Park National Championships

Dallas Watersports Complex - Dallas, TX September 17th - 19th

 


Wake Park Nationals Regional Qualifier Events

Wake Nation - Cincinnati, OH - May 23rd

Revolution Cable Cable Watersports Park - Ft. Myers, FL - August 22nd

McCormick's Waterski Wakeboard Cable Park - Seffner, FL - September 13th

Orlando Watersports Complex - Orlando, FL - TBD

Mawi Wake Park - Guthrie, OK - TBD

KC Watersports - Olathe, KS - May 15th - 16th

Dallas Watersports Complex - Dallas, TX - TBD

Texas Ski Ranch - New Braunfels, TX - TBD

Regional Qualifier Event Information

Divisions:

- Pro Men - Pro Wakeskate - Pro Women - Pro Obstacles Only - Open Men - Open Wakeskate - Open Women - Open Obstacles Only - Boys (13 and under) - Girls (13 and Under) - Jr. Men (14-18) - Mens (19-29) - Masters Men (30 and up)

Format:

Each rider's run will consist of one and a quarter laps around the cable. The course should finish at the first obstacle in the course after the rider has gone all the way around the cable and past the motor tower. The end of course is at the discretion of the event organizer. Wakeboarders will get one pick up. Wakeskaters will get two pick ups. If a rider falls once their carrier has passed the motor tower after a full lap then the run is complete. This is similar to a 3/4 buoy in boat events.

Qualification Information:

In each division, riders will be competing for spots at the WWA US Wake Park National Championships.

Here is the number of riders that will qualify for each division, in regards to the number of participants.

- 4 or less Participants - 4 Riders Qualify

- 5-6 Participants - 4 Riders Qualify- 7-10 Participants - 6 Riders Qualify

- 11-15 Participants - 10 Riders Qualify

- 16-20 Participants - 14 Riders Qualify

- 20 and above Participants - 16 Riders Qualify

For any questions please contact Shawn Perry at shawn@thewwa.com or (407) 362-7841


Daily Event Schedule - June 5th & 6th

Saturday, June 5th

10:00am: Riders Meeting

10:30am: QUALIFYING ROUNDS:


Open Men
Open Women
Open Wakeskate
Open Obstacles Only

12:00pm - 1:00pm: Cable Open to Public - Sponsor Product Demos

1:00pm - QUALIFYING ROUNDS


Pro Women
Pro Wakeskate
Pro Men Pro

Obstacles Only

2pm - QUARTER FINAL ROUNDS:


Open Men
Open Women
Open Wakeskate
Open Obstacles Only

3:00pm - 4:00pm - Cable Open to Public - Sponsor Product Demos

4:00pm - QUARTER FINAL ROUNDS


Pro Women
Pro Wakeskate
Pro Men Pro Obstacles Only

Park Open to public after the event

Sunday, June 6th

10:00am: SEMI FINAL ROUNDS:


Open Men
Open Women
Open Wakeskate
Open Obstacles Only

11:00am - 12:00pm: Cable Open to Public - Sponsor Product Demos

12:00pm: SEMI FINAL ROUNDS


Pro Women
Pro Wakeskate
Pro Men
Pro Obstacles Only

1:00pm -2:00pm - Cable Open to Public - Sponsor Product Demos

2:00pm: FINAL ROUND


Open Men
Open Women
Open Wakeskate
Open Obstacles Only
Pro Women
Pro Wakeskate
Pro Obstacles Only
Pro Men

Awards Ceremony Immediately Following Event

*Schedule is tentative only. Heats can start up to 30 minutes before scheduled time. Riders are responsible for knowing when their run is.