The Ultimate Wake Championship is the last and final stop of the  2010 WWA Wakeboard World Series. This global series of events that are towed behind the boat will be held at 6 locations, in 6 different countries, and on 4 continents.

The World Series is the first and only event series of its kind, partnering with events all across the globe and bringing together the top riders in the sport to compete for over$200,000 in prize money. Throughout the course of 2010, pro athletes will compete to earn points at each event in order to crown the champion of the overall WWA Wakeboard World Series.

Since 2004, the World Series has been the true international stage for the sport of wakeboarding. In 2010, the series will travel to the United Arab Emirates, Brazil, the United Kingdom, Canada, the United States, and the Philippines.

The final stop of the WWA Wakeboard World Series will be held at the most progressive wakeboard facility in the world, the CamSur Watersports Complex. This event will also be the final stop of the WWA Wake Park World Series pulled behind cable systems. It will encompass 4 different disciplines of the sport to crown an Ultimate Wake Champion.  This is the only event in the world where riders compete in a boat contest, a cable contest, and a System 2.0 contest to earn points that will determine who is the most diverse wakeboarder in the sport.

The province of Camsur and CWC is known worldwide to host the best, most innovative and exciting world class events as shown and experienced in the last two (2) consecutive years of hosting the WWA World Wake Park Championships for 2008 and 2009. The biggest wake event ever in 2011,  Ultimate Wake Championships will feature the biggest prize money (USD $80,000.00 ), and the most number of pro-riders coming from 29 countries.

Stay tuned to and for more information on ULTIMATE WAKE CHAMPIONSHIP and results.

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, eventorganizers and competitive standards.

For all inquiries, please contact the World Wakeboard Association at (407) 362-7841 or

Camsur Watersports Complex  at