Nautique, the title sponsor of the 2012 Wake Games, is upping the ante at this year’s contest by sponsoring two new pro events worth more than $10,000 in cash prizes. The boat manufacturer will front cold, hard cash for both a traditional double-up contest and an innovative expression session challenge during the ’12 Games.
Double-ups have really allowed wakeboarding to progress to the next level. They definitely helped me land the first backside 900 and gave Danny Harf the boot to land a 1260. Wakeboarding wouldn’t be where it is today without double-ups, but they aren’t easy to tame. I hit at least 12 of them a day — […]
On the cover: Brian Grubb Shifty nose bone Orlando, Florida Photo: Aaron Katen Contents: 26 Airtime “I wound up getting second due to that fact that I didn’t actually land anything off the double-up, but we all know who had the most style.” — an excerpt from this issue’s letter of the month, In Box, […]
Aaron Rathy walked away with the 2009 WWA Supra Worlds title as well as the King of Wake title, but it wasn’t easy. In one of the more intense Pro Men’s Finals we’ve seen, Andrew Adkison, Aaron Rathy, Rusty Malinoski, Harley Clifford and Danny Harf were all vying for the number one spot with the […]
Shane Bonifay stomped a toeside backside 720 to win Best Trick and Shaun Murray boosted a huge Raley to win Biggest Air at the fourth annual Parks’ Double Or Nothing double-up contest in Lake Wales, Florida. Murray’s Biggest Air-winning Raley had a duration of 53.5 video frames, one fewer than Chad Sharpe’s biggest recorded air […]