The CWB crew takes a trip down to South Africa for a few weeks. Check out their adventures and see some of the CWB team and a few locals rip! Great soundtrack too. Enjoy! Featuring: Daniel Powers, Josh Palma, Nicola Butler, Andrew Adkison, and others.
The CWB team headed up to Northern California to shoot for their catalog and get some footage on their 2014 product. Now although the weather was said to be horrendous and the stories that came out of this shoot (two house boats full of riders suffering from severe cabin fever) are nothing short of hilarious…
One of wake’s best young talents Daniel Powers made the journey over to Australia this winter to enjoy some of their summer weather. Some of his close friends just happen to be heavy hitters like Harley Clifford, Shota Tezuka, Andrew Adkison, and Tony Iacconi which makes for a convenient vacation full of hammer riding and […]
Daniel Powers seems to be enjoying the offseason to the utmost this year after a solid rookie year on the King of Wake tour as a pro. Finishing just outside the top 10 Daniel’s riding is consistent, stylish, and really fun to watch.
CWB Board Co has taken leaps and bounds with their program over the years. Building up the team specifically is a place where CWB has focused their efforts, with much success.
Tigé Announces MyWake Global Challenge Winners for July, Field Set With Top Pros for Live Finals Sept. 10-11 Pro Wakeboard Tour Rookie Standout Daniel Powers Claims Spot in Live Finals with First-Place Video Orlando, Fla. — Tigé has announced the final installment of monthly winners for the first-of-its-kind MyWake Global Challenge. Using a revolutionary new […]
MasterCraft Boats announced it signed preeminent up-and-comers Shota Tezuka and Daniel Powers to its already dominant wake team.
Watch Daniel Powers‘ first sessions as a member of CWB’s pro team. Powers, who finished second in Jr. Pro Men in the 2011 MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour season standings, joins Josh Twelker and Mike Dowdy in the strong youth movement going down at CWB.
We have long thought of Thomas Gustafson as the King of Sunset. After all, the Swedish wake photographer is able to pull more brilliant colors from a dying sun than almost anyone and he added plenty more colorful classics to his archive this year.