Two dramatic stages have been set for the final stop of the previously postponed WWA Wake Park World Series and the WWA Wakeboard World Series at the Camsur Watersports Complex (CWC) in Camarines Sur, Philippines. The original date was set for October due to extenuating circumstances the event was postponed to next week. This marks the 4th major competition that the WWA and CWC have joined forces to present.
Three time WWA Wake Park Series title defender, Tom Fooshee of the USA, gets ready to add on another title to his belt. While Dominik Guehrs, of Germany, lurks in 2nd place behind Fooshee by only 45 points. Look for Guehrs to be aggressive with his riding, as this would be Guehrs’ first ever WWA Wake Park World Series Title.
Also, on the Wakeboard boat side of the event; three time WWA Wakeboard World Series title defender, Phil Soven, secured his fourth WWA World Series Title at the most recent event. However, the stage is now set for an all out wake-battle for 2nd place at the final stop of the WWA Wakeboard World Series. 5 different riders, including Trevor Hanson, Andrew Adkison, Austin Hair, Aaron Rathy, and Harley Clifford are all within reach of sealing second place.
Each rider in each event will be given the opportunity to impress the spectators and judges in some of the best Wakeboarding conditions ever experienced.
The WWA Wakeboard World Championships is the solely owned property of the World Wakeboard Association (WWA). The WWA also owns and operates the WWA Wakeboard Nationals, WWA Wakeboard World Series, WWA Wake Park World Series, WWA Wake Park Triple Crown and WWA Wake Park Nationals. With 27 affiliate countries worldwide, the WWA is the global leader in the sport of wake. The 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 more information on the WWA and its events, check out www.thewwa.com.