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Best of 2011: Check Outs

October 27, 2011
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Think of TransWorld WAKEBOARDING‘s Check Out department as a first look at wakeboarding’s future. From Harley Clifford and Bob Soven to Steel Lafferty, most of today’s top young riders enjoyed an introduction from Check Out’s first-glance format. In 2011, Check Out announced a new wave of rippers, from crazy-talented groms like Daniel Grant and Shota Tezuka to more-established-but-lesser-known-in-The-States riders like Brenton Priestly and Leo Labadens. Here we’ve assembled all eight of our 2011 Check Out features, so you can take a second look at the year’s best first impressions.

Daniel Grant

At just 13 years old, Daniel Grant already has more than 40 podium appearances under his belt.

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Austin Pastura

Austin Pastura

In what seems like an instant, Austin Pastura came out of nowhere and can hang with anyone.

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Trever Maur | Photo: Rodrigo Donoso

Trever Maur

One look at Trever Maur‘s boned-out pokes, firm grabs and effortless landings and you’d think the 21-year-old was born on the California Delta.

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Leo Labadens | Photo: Yann Lecomte

Leo Labadens

Leo Labadens adds tons of pop and style to even the most basic tricks.

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Padiwat Jaemjan | Orlando Watersports Complex | Photo: Bill Doster

Padiwat Jaemjan

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Matt Raulerson | Photo: Bryan Soderlind

Matt Raulerson

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Brenton Priestly

Brenton Priestly

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Shota Tezuka

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