Cable Wakeboard Tour — OWC


Cable Wakeboarders Shine at OWC

Orlando, FL (July 10, 2004) – The world famous Orlando Watersports Complex provided the backdrop for one of the best stops ever on the on the Cable Wakeboard Tour. Fresh from his win at the last stop at Texas Ski Ranch, veteran rider Rob Mapp made it two in a row on Saturday and is having the best year of his career. He is currently in first place in the Cable Wakeboard Tour Season Standings, and is vying for his first-ever Cable Wakeboard Tour Season Championship.


Mapp is not the only rider making his mark this year. Rapidly up-and-coming Campbell Smith sent the crowd into a frenzy when he stuck the first Double S-Bend to Blind in the history of the Cable Wakeboard Tour, landing it clean and earning him a razor-thin second place finish. Not to be outdone, Donald Shelbrick, 2003 Tour Champion and technical as ever, after finishing third decided after the contest to attempt a Double Heart Attack, a Double S-Bend to Blind 360. Though close, he came up short but gave the crowd a good taste of where cable wakeboarding is headed in the upcoming years.

OWC is also home to some of the best wakeskaters in the world. Newcomer Steven Campbell blew the crowd away with a huge acid drop off the roof at the motor tower, followed soon after by a clean Indy Superman off the new kicker, handily earning him a first place finish in the Wakeskate division. 2003 National Champion Zak Stone finished second, while Kyle Hyams landed third.

Junior Men, always a powerhouse division, saw Greg Heunis edging out Ski Rixen’s new sensation Brandon Brevil to capture first place. Jimmy LaRiche earned top honors in Boys, Matt Hickman took home first place in the Mens Division, and Doug Schumacher continued his sweep by earning the top spot in Masters. Jackie Brown continued her best year ever by capturing yet another first place medal in Open Women, while Kyle Mack took top honors in Juniors.


The Cable Wakeboard Tour would like to thank all our sponsors for their generous support! 2004 OWC Tour Stop Sponsors include: Performance Ski & Surf, Correct Craft, Hyperlite, and of course, the incredible Orlando Watersports Complex!

Final Results

Juniors — All Winners


Kyle Mack

Jason Burnstein

Maggie Hyams


Keenan Flegel

Noah Flegel

Melanie Chojnacki


1 Jimmy LaRiche

2 Nick Delaurie

3 Robert Graves

4 Zander Raywood

5 Julian Cohen

6 Ryan Mocerino

7 Marc Shuster

8 Tyler Hyams

Junior Men

1 Greg Heunis

2 Brandon Brevil

3 Adam Errington

4 Todd Ohl

5 Chris Johnston


1 Matt Hickman

2 Chris Carpenter

3 Desi Rivera

4 David Papandreas

5 Keven Tinsley


1 Doug Schumacher

2 Lu Le

3 David Cornwall

4 John Anderson

5 Joseph Wortham

Open Women

1 Jackie Brown

2 Catie Bialick

3 Stef Tor

4 Barrett Perlman

5 Carly Collier

6 Kayla Chojnacki

7 Michelle Gallo


1 Steven Campbell

2 Zak Stone

3 Kyle Hyams

4 David Hanson

5 Brian Gibb

6 Matt Hooker

7 Ryan Kersh

Open Men

1 Rob Mapp

2 Campbell Smith

3 Donald Shelbrick

4 Brad Federspiel

5 Sascha Peschl

6 Chad Forrest

7 Larry Schumacher

8 James Sampson

9 Kenny Sampson

The final Tour Stop will be July 24-25 at the brand-new KC Watersports cable park in Kansas City, Kansas, which will also be the 2004 Cable Wakeboard National Championships. To register to ride in the next or any event in the Cable Wakeboard Tour, or to be a part of this series contact David Cornwall at or 407-256-3312, or visit

If you are visiting or live in the Orlando area, call the Orlando Watersports Complex at 407-251-3100, or visit for more information.