Tyler Higham wins Pro Wakeboard Tour Rookie of the Year. He finished fourth overall today at Warsaw, and put together a really strong season. Tyler came in 6th in the PWT overall championship rankings with a total score of 242 points.
Nic Rapa earns the respect of fellow competitors and the crowd when it's revealed after the event that he was competing with a fractured fibula. Nic went into the final stop with a solid lead for the overall title. Despite his injury, he not only managed to ride, but he made it to the finals. Ultimately, he couldn't overcome it, and finished in fifth place. He still managed to finish the season in second overall with 350 total points.
The Pro Men's Wakeboard podiums at Warsaw featured another Australian sweep, for both the event and for the overall PWT standings. It was further proof of just how successful the Aussie wakeboarders have become on the professional circuit, especially the PWT, which is the most competitive and longest running.
Cory Teunissen seals a win in Warsaw and his first overall PWT title on the last run of the day. Going off the dock, Cory knew what he needed to do to win. He threw down a flawless 1080, toeside double back roll, and double half cab roll to seal the deal and cement his place in PWT history.