Jason Lee is a cool guy who takes great photos and he had a pretty epic year by any standard. Don’t take our word for it though. Just have a look back at Lee’s best wakeboarding photos of 2011.
In absolutely no particular order whatsoever, here are the TransWorld Wakeboarding Top 10 photos from 2010. This was another hard day in the office going through all of our favorite photos and narrowing them down to these few.
WAKEBOARDING magazine staff photographer Bill Doster recently got up close and personal with Ronix team riders Parks Bonifay, Danny Harf, Chad Sharpe, Reed Hansen, Adam Errington, Emily Copeland Durham, Dean Smith, Brad Smeele, Olivier Derome, and Hayley Smith during a shoot for Ronix’s 2010 catalog outside Orlando. Photos: Bill Doster
Pro wakeskaters Reed Hansen, Brian Grubb and Aaron Reed lead WAKEBOARDING magazine’s 2009 Wakeskating Readers Poll. Check out the rest of the top 10, then look back at their years in review in words and photos. #1: Reed Hansen Click here to check out Reed Hansen’s year in words and photos! #2: Brian […]
WAKEBOARDING magazine’s readers have spoken and the results are in for our annual Readers Poll. Here are the top 10 pro men wakeboarders in the world, according to you. Click on each rider to see a look back at his year in words and photos. #1: Rusty Malinoski Click here to check out Rusty […]
Last year’s rank: 4 What you said: The guy just seems to be having a blast at all times. He’s smooth, fun to watch — even the surface tricks are awesome to watch. — Rob Snider, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
Check out all of the best photos from the 2009 WWA Wakeboard World Championships, which were held at the Orlando Watersports Complex on August 27-30. Aaron Rathy held off Harley Clifford and Andrew Adkison to win the Pro Mens division, giving Rathy the points he needed to win the 2009 King of Wake World Series. […]
WBM senior photographer Spencer Smith documents all the action from BROstock 2009, wake’s best party and biggest double-up contest.
Danny Harf helped fan the revival of wrapped tricks when he laid down this steezy move for an instructional in the June issue of WAKEBOARDING.