Harley Clifford Wins Men's Pro at World's

  • World Titles, King and Queen of Wake Winners Clinched at Rockstar WWA Wakeboard World Championships Presented by Supra

  • Pleasant Prairie, WI. – The best riders from across the globe were rewarded with one of the sport's most prestigious accolades, a World Title, during the final day of the Rockstar WWA Wakeboard World Championships Presented by Supra. In all, eight World Titles were earned today by a global field of the world's top wakeboarders and wakeskaters.

  • Displaying excellent riding on Lake Andrea, riders claiming World Titles today included: Harley Clifford (Men's Pro), Meagan Ethell (Women's Pro), Noah Flegel (Junior Pro Men), Stu Shinn (Pro Wakeskate), John Zdeblick (Men's I), Setsuko Ito (Women's Pro Wakeskate), Mark Dougherty (Masters Finals) and Chad Lowe (Pro Veterans Finals).

  • Additionally, three of wakeboarding's most sought after season-long titles were announced last night at the Supra WWA Dinner of Champions. Harley Clifford was awarded the 2012 Rockstar King of Wake, Meagan Ethell received the 2012 Mona Vie Queen of Wake distinction and Mike Dowdy claimed the 2012 Overton's Junior Pro Series season title.

  • "I'm really excited about winning King of Wake for the second season in a row," said Clifford. "It has for sure been the craziest season ever. The riding was ridiculous, everyone killed it. I couldn't be happier to come out on top!"

  • Following Clifford's masterful performance in the Men's finals, fans were treated to one of the most jaw-dropping spectacles in all of wakeboarding; the Sony Big Air Contest. Behind the supercharged engine of Supra's towboat, the top Pro Men riders launched some of the most gigantic airs ever seen. Boosting a big Stalefish Backside 180, Aaron Rathy claimed first place in the competition.

  • For more information, visit www.kingofwake.com.

  • Final Day Results

  • Pro Men Finals**

  • 1. Harley Clifford 95.00**

  • 2. Phillip Soven 85.00

  • 3. JD Webb 76.67

  • 4. Andrew Adkison 75.00

  • 5. Rusty Malinoski 55.00

  • 6. Danny Harf 40.00

  • Pro Women Finals

  • 1. Meagan Ethell 78.33

  • 2. Amber Wing 73.33

  • 3. Raimi Merritt 66.67

  • 4. Mellissa Marquardt 56.67

  • 5. Tarah Mikacich 51.67

  • 6. Hayley Smith 10.00

  • Pro Wakeskate Finals

  • 1. Stu Shinn 76.67

  • 2. Brian Grubb 70.00

  • 3. Brandon Thomas 60.00

  • 4. Danny Hampson 48.33

  • 5. Jim Branton 35.00

  • Junior Pro Men Finals

  • 1. Noah Flegel 91.25

  • 2. Tony Iacconi 82.25

  • 3. Mike Dowdy 81.75

  • 4. Jacob Valdez 70.25

  • 5. Christian Primrose 62.75

  • 6. Freddie Wayne 61.75

  • Pro Veterans Finals

  • 1. Chad Lowe 66.67

  • 2. Kenji Harada 46.67

  • Masters Finals

  • 1. Mark Dougherty 68.33

  • 2. German Brito 60.00

  • 3. Kurt Robertson 55.00

  • 4. Kevin Michael 45.00

  • Pro Women Wakeskate Finals

  • 1. Setsuko Ito 46.67

  • Men's 1 Finals

  • 1. John Zdeblick 80.00

  • 2. Ben Herrema 71.67

  • 3. Jordan Gensler 64.33

  • 4. Luciano Rondi Neto 58.33

  • 5. Kevin Hutts 43.33

  • 6. Lee Wagner 26.67

  • Pro Men Semifinals Heat 1

  • 1. Danny Harf 78.33

  • 2. Shota Tezuka 70.33

  • 3. Austin Hair 55.67

  • Pro Men Semifinals Heat 2

  • 1. JD Webb 76.67

  • 2. Steel Lafferty 65.00

  • 3. Pierce Homsey 50.00

  • Men's Pro Semifinals Heat 3

  • 1. Rusty Malinoski 77.00

  • 2. Kirby Liesmann 57.67

  • 3. Dean Smith 48.33

  • Men's Pro Semifinals Heat 4

  • 1. Andrew Adkison 84.33

  • 2. Josh Palma 68.00

  • 3. Aaron Rathy 56.67

  • Men's Pro Semifinals Heat 5

  • 1. Phillip Soven 88.00

  • 2. Tony Carroll 80.00

  • 3. Chad Sharpe 35.00

  • Men's Pro Heat 6

  • 1. Harley Clifford 84.33

  • 2. Daniel Powers 72.00

  • 3. Danny Thollander 61.33