Soven has had a long year of traveling the globe and riding against all of the top riders in the sport. "The World Series is a great because it incorporates competitions worldwide so you get a taste of everything from Japan to the U.S." said Soven. The series started at the Gravity Games in Sydney, Australia in December of '06 with a first place win for Soven and a second place victory for a rider that would nip at Soven's heels all season long, Andrew Adkison. Adkison placed 2nd in the 2006 WWA World Series, and he was hungry all year long for the coveted title. "The World Series is where the best in the world truly from an international field come to compete. The World Series brings out the most diverse and highest level of riding from around the world. It differs from any other annual series in that it doesn't happen in a three month snap shot of riding. The World Series takes place over nearly a year of riding. So if you want to be on top you have to earn it from December to October. That's the World Series" stated Adkison. Andrew received three 2nd place victories throughout the season, the later two being at Wakestock in Toronto, Canada, and the Nissan X-Trail Cup hosted in Tokyo, Japan. Although Andrew has ridden magnificent all season and accumulated 440 points, it's been tough road to haul battling Soven.