Roswell Wake Air is excited to announce a co-sponsorship of the WWA World Championships DVD along side our OEM partner Supra Boats.

Roswell will be the official sponsor of a commemorative World's DVD given to each rider at this years WWA World Championships in Reno Nevada August 23-26th.

With every member of Team Roswell riding at this years worlds we look forward to some killer riding and are hopeful to see a few of the boys up on the podiums come Sunday.

Riders to watch:
Matt Brown- Of Skier's Choice fame, Mr. Brown will be laying it down in the Masters category behind the boat he designed. Look for Matt to toss a plethora of tech tricks behind his favorite wake including the HS Off Axis 5 and potentially the infamous Crow Mobe…

Rusty Malinoski- To this point in the season Rusty has yet to miss a podium. Hot off a win in Fort Worth and sitting in first place in both the King of Wake and Overall Pro Tour standings the potential for Rusty to grab his first ever World title is not much of a stretch.

Josh Sanders- In his first full season back and hungrier than ever Josh has his eye on the title and we know it's well with in reach after his 2005 King of Wake Title.

Trevor Hansen- Trev will certainly be at home behind the Supra 24SSV, the official tow boat of the World's, as his own sits parked out back of his new house every day. This could make for one heck of a home court advantage 1500 miles away in Reno. Look for Trev to step it up like he did when he captured gold at the Gravity games behind his "home" boat.

Bradey Price- While Bradey's been fighting it out this year on the Junior X tour he has yet to truly show the world what he's got. I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that Reno and the same advantage Trevor shares with Supra wakes in his blood will go a long way to showcasing what Bradey can really do behind the boat…

Kyle Rattray- Kyle's been secretly killing it all year long but has yet to see the podium on a Sunday. I don't foresee this trend lasting very long and like he did at Gravity Games in Perth in 2006 you can expect his level of riding to show the big guys whats up come Worlds…
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