The Full Scope Award was created to honor the best all-around rider in wakeboarding – the rider who doesn’t just ride every kind of pull, but who excels in all of them. These riders not only do that, but they push the boundaries of what’s possible on a wakeboard every time they ride, no matter what they’re riding behind.
The Swedish powerhouse has been a stand out in the sport for over a decade, consistently producing amazing content and video edits. Carro is capable of landing doubles at the park and arrays of spins and mobes behind the boat. She is a great ambassador for all women wakeboarders, but most importantly, her spirit inspires all riders with her relentless courage and perseverance. She has come back from two ACL reconstructions and this year she placed second at the US Masters.
Originally from Holland, Sanne has been medaling at the World Championships in both boat and cable events for years. She is the World Beach Games, European Champion and one of the few women on the planet who can land an S-Bend behind the boat. Meijer holds her own in the women’s pro wake park scene, this year she made the finals and placed 4th behind Jamie Lopina at Lithuania’s Red Bull Wake Duel.
Jamie Lopina won the Moxie Pro women’s event in both boat and cable this year, that alone says more than words. With incredible talent, attitude and courage, she makes everything look easy and smooth. When she is in a competition she focuses like no other, this year Jamie got on the podium in all the pro events she participated in.
The 2021 World Wakeboard Champion has an incredible style behind the boat grabbing most of her mobes and spins. This year Meagan participated in a few cable events where she took down some big names and got on the podium at the park. She placed second at the 2021 WWA World Wake Park Championships behind Julia Rick and turned heads getting third place with her teammate Nicole Regazzo at Milan’s Red Bull Wake The City.
Taylor had a great year. She placed third at the Moxie-Pro Boat final event and repeated her podium finish at the Moxie-Pro Cable Finals. McCullough has been an established pro for over a decade, having podium finishes at both World Wakeboard and World Wake Park Championships. This year she made it back to the top after shoulder surgery, she is ranked in the top five in the World Rankings.
The eighteen-year-old rookie on the Pro Women’s scene posed a threat to all her competitors this year. Waldrop made it into the final events at the Moxie -pro Boat and Cable events. She took down some big names advancing through the heats into the semifinal rounds. Soft spoken, self disciplined, polite and with fierce determination, Hollie has successfully moved up from the Junior Pro Women’s category earning her first nomination for the Wake Awards as one of the six most well rounded female riders worldwide.