April 28th, 2011 by alliancewakeskate
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Wake Games 2011 is under way and the riders are hitting the water trying to take home their respective titles. This being the first contest of the year everyone is a little jittery. As the weekend heats up so will the riding so stay tuned for more from the 2011 Wake Games!

Results Day 1:

Pro Wakeskate
Qualifying Round – Heat #1
1  Brian Grubb                   USA        81.67
2  Matt Hayden                   USA        58.33
3  Oliver Moore                 ENG        53.33
4  Danny Hampson            USA        50.00
5  Stuart Shinn                  USA        35.00
6  Ben Ray                           USA        33.33

Pro Wakeskate
Qualifying Round – Heat #2
1  Reed Hansen                  USA        80.00
2  Brandon Thomas           USA        70.00
3  Grant Roberts                ENG        53.33
4  Forrest Risner              USA        40.00
5  George Daniels             USA        30.00

Highlighted riders move onto Semi Finals

 

Wake Games 2011 is under way and the riders are hitting the water trying to take home their respective titles. This being the first contest of the year everyone is a little jittery. As the weekend heats up so will the riding so stay tuned for more from the 2011 Wake Games!
Results Day 1:
Pro Wakeskate
Qualifying […]

9 Responses to “Wake Games 2011: Day 1 Wakeskate Qualifier”

  1. ? Says:

    Wait, so your telling me i need to do a few 180s and a shov, slash the wake once and slap the board kinda to be considered a professional wakeskater. I had those runs 8 years ago behind a bowrider and a merc 150.

    Glad i went to college instead of perusing this as a career.

     
  2. MATT HAYDEN! Says:

    instead of talking sh*t on the internet why dont you come out to the contest and do something about it? so for now, go back to college and get herpes.

     
  3. cole hawkins Says:

    lets agree on one thing wake skating competitions are a joke, if you want to see someone perform their best they need to be in their own element, unless ofcourse your reed and ride the exact same all the time

     
  4. ? Says:

    I went to college and got herpes so excellent intuition.

    and i ride with everyone in orlando, so i dont need to prove my worth in front of WWA bias judges.

     
  5. shut the efff up Says:

    why cant we all just love wakeskating for what it is and not hate on an people for shredding

     
  6. GH Says:

    If I had to guess, you ain’t pro bc that attitude is whack. that usually matters more to sponsors than how dope your run is.

     
  7. ? Is a fag Says:

    Lurk hard retard. Keep talkin shit and jackin off to the contest vids.

     
  8. KG Says:

    One love people, one love. We all love the sport for a reason

     
  9. Steven Says:

    Those are wakeboarding boats with giant wakes… You could never have the same run off a merc 150 dude- it’s a completely different level.

    Wakeskating is very hard. Even the pros aren’t trying wake-to-wake kickflips in competition and that says a lot about how hard they are to land. However, they can still do them. Just in competition, they want to stay consistent and not fall. Not an easy thing to do off a giant wake.

    If you want to see awesome tricks in competition- watch cable or winching competitions.

     

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