Words Kari Wilberg Photo Rodrigo Donoso He’s won the last two stops on the Pro Wakeboard Tour, but Aaron Rathy isn’t letting it go to his head. With four events remaining and riders like Phillip Soven, Rusty Malinoski, Harley Clifford and Andrew Adkison trailing him in the standings, Rathy knows the 2009 King of Wake […]
The MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour wrapped up its final day of action in Pleasant Prairie, Wis. with five rounds of riding between the Pro Men and Jr. Pro Men divisions. The Pro Men were first off the dock this morning for a 20-man quarterfinal, which eliminated half the competition, advancing only the top two riders […]
By: Justine Griffin 1. How did you become pro? I was wakeboarding with my friends up in Canada, Kevin Henshaw and Steve McKinley. We grew up riding together, and they’re sick. When you’re riding with them everyday you’re going to get good. I rode hard for a long time, and always loved the sport. I […]
Check out the photo gallery here. Home country favorites Rusty Malinoski and Aaron Rathy charged through to upset wins over defending champions Phillip Soven and Keith Lidberg in the Wakestock 2008 Malibu Expression Session and Billabong Rail Championship events, respectively. The wins capped an unbelievable four days of intense action both on and off the […]
Each of the pro mens finalists plus two wild card riders at the Tige Pro-Am in Portland got four chances to compete for $10,080 that would go to whoever landed the trick. It was the largest prize money ever offered in the King of Wake series for a single trick. Although no one landed the […]
Aaron Rathy’s Switch Heelside 1080. Rusty Malinoski’s Backside 900.
Video coverage from Jono Boysen of the Amsterdam Winch Jam at the Toronto International Boat Show Jan. 12-20. The setup, one of the most elaborate in recent history, involved a flooded hockey rink and a 40-foot-high start pool. Riders included JD Webb, Shawn Watson, Aaron Rathy, Rusty Malinoski, Tino Santori, Andrew Adkison, Chad Sharpe, Reed […]