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2021 Pro Wakeboard Tour: Stop 1 Results

Perfect conditions, perfect wakes help create amazing performances for the first stop of the 2021 Pro Wake Tour powered by Supra Boats.

June 18, 2021
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Wakeboarding Podium! Winner Sam Brown( 90.00) flanked by fellow Aussies, Nic Rapa ( left, 84.33) and Cory Teunissen (right, 80.66). Brown landed a Nuclear Ole 720, a move that he had only landed once before and it had never been done in a contest.

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Winner Sam Brown( 90.00) flanked by fellow Aussies, Nic Rapa ( left, 84.33) and Cory Teunissen (right, 80.66). Brown landed a Nuclear Ole 720, a move that he had only landed once before and it had never been done in a contest. PWT

The performances at August Lakes today in Katy, Texas at the Pro Wake Tour powered by Supra Boats were the best many have ever seen. The stellar conditions at this man made facility and an amazing wake from the Supra Boats SA 550 created the perfect platform for the professional and junior professional wakeboarders as well as the professional wakesurfers to put on an incredible show.

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In the Pro Wakeboarding Final, Sam Brown led off the line up of the 6 rider final with some of the biggest names in the sport including Rapa, Teunissen, Oka and Pifferetti. After the first set of runs in the best of two run format, Cory Teunissen was sitting solidly in the top spot, then came Sam Brown’s final run. Sam kicked off the second round by putting down a line that was so prominent almost every rider on the dock proclaimed him the winner before they even took their second run. For Sam’s last move he landed a Nuclear Ole 720, a move that he had only landed once before and it had never been done in a contest.

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Pro Wake Tour Marketing Director, Devin Tatro said, “The riding was absolutely incredible at this first event and it’s so good to be back to live – in person events, there is nothing quite like it.”

In addition to the performances, the wakeboarding and wakesurfing fans came out in droves to be a part of one of the first live wakeboarding events to return. The huge crowd helped to push the athletes to deliver their phenomenal runs.

The kick off of the 2021 Pro Wake Tour Powered by Supra Boats also carried an International field with winners from Australia, Switzerland, and the United States. Between the quality of the conditions and this diverse field the Pro Wake Tour is setting the standard in 2021 for professional wakeboarding and wakesurfing events.

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Finals

  • 1 Sam Brown – 90.00
  • 2 Nic Rapa – 84.33
  • 3 Cory Teunissen – 80.66
  • 4 Fynn Bullock – 70.66
  • 5 Guenther Oka – 62.00
  • 6 Massi Piffaretti – 34.00

Semi Finals

Heat 1

  • 1 Guenther Oka – 77.66
  • 2 Fynn Bullock – 73.66
  • 3 Cory Teunissen – 62.33
  • 4 Jake Pelot – 50.00

Heat 2

  • 1 Massi Piffaretti – 81.00
  • 2 Nic Rapa – 74.33
  • 3 Sam Brown – 69.66
  • 4 Tyler Higham – 65.33

Quarter Finals

Heat 1

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  • 1 Massi Piffaretti – 68.16
  • 2 Guenther Oka – 63.50
  • 3 Shota Tezuka – 59.66
  • 4 Thomas Herman – 53.33

Heat 2

  • 1 Fynn Bullock – 68.33
  • 2 Tyler Higham – 67.66
  • 3 Luca Kidd – 45.00
  • 4 Ulf Ditsch – 36.66

Heat 3

  • 1 Cory Teunissen – 78.33
  • 2 Sam Brown – 62.66
  • 3 Jake Hill – 55.66
  • 4 Mike Dowdy – 41.66

Heat 4

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  • 1 Nic Rapa – 73.33
  • 2 Jake Pelot – 66.33
  • 3 Noah Wildman – 57.66
  • 4 Tony Iacconi – 49.33

In Pro Wakesurfing the 3 time Pro Wake Tour Champion Sean Silveira put down what is likely the most technical, smooth, and stylish wakesurfing competitive run ever landed. The shape of the Supra SA 550 wake was absolutely spectacular which allowed these guys to stomp nearly perfect runs. Right behind Silveira were the technically strong Swanson Brothers from Arizona. These three may very likely be in every final this year.

Three-time Pro Wake Tour Champion Sean Silveira ( 91.66) won the wakesurfing podium, while brothers Taylor Swanson (left, 70.00) and Camron Swanson (right, 64.33) came in second and third, respectively.

Three-time Pro Wake Tour Champion Sean Silveira ( 91.66) won the wakesurfing podium, while brothers Taylor Swanson (left, 70.00) and Camron Swanson (right, 64.33) came in second and third, respectively.

Wakesurfing Podium

Three-time Pro Wake Tour Champion Sean Silveira ( 91.66) won the wakesurfing podium, while brothers Taylor Swanson (left, 70.00) and Camron Swanson (right, 64.33) came in second and third, respectively. PWT

Pro Wakesurfing Finals

  • 1 Sean Silveira – 91.66
  • 2 Taylor Swanson – 70.00
  • 3 Camron Swanson – 64.33

Pro Wakesurfing Semi-Finals

  • 1 Camron Swanson – 92.00
  • 2 Sean Silveira – 91.66
  • 3 Taylor Swanson – 87.00
  • 4 Beaux Wildman – 84.00
  • 5 Nick Parros – 75.00
  • 6 Parker Payne – 70.66

In the Jr Pro Final, Swiss born Jamie Huser was the standout for the day with a dominant win in the semi-finals and solid win in the final heat. Parker put pressure on him in both rounds to keep him honest. Look for these two to be pushing each other to step up all season.

Jr. Pro Finals

  • 1 Jamie Huser – 74.66
  • 2 Parker Swope – 71.66
  • 3 Cody Hunnicutt – 56.66
  • 4 Tanner Higham – 46.00

Jr. Pro Semi-Finals

  • 1 Jamie Huser – 78.33
  • 2 Parker Swope – 67.33
  • 3 Tanner Higham – 59.83
  • 4 Cody Hunnicutt – 53.67
  • 5 Daniel Johnson – 47.00
  • 6 Alex Albin – 38.33
  • 7 Brett Powell – 33.33

Congratulations to all of the Pro Wake Tour athletes for your incredible riding, specifically our three event champions – Sam Brown, Sean Silveira and Jamie Huser. Don’t miss the next Pro Wake Tour event in Birmingham, Alabama on July 10th!*Pro Wake Tour Partners*

In addition to title sponsor Supra Boats, the Pro Wake Tour is sponsored by: Indmar Marine, Roswell Marine, Boatmate Trailers, PTM Watersports, JL Audio, Gatorstep, Zero Off, Acme, Fat Sac Ballast Systems, Connelly, Liquid Force, Zulz Bags, Leus, Apex Canvas, Universal Products, Transhield, Marine Products International, Piedmont Plastics, and BH Electronics.

About Skier’s Choice Inc.

Skier’s Choice, Inc. is the manufacturer of Supra and Moomba performance inboard wakeboard, wakesurf and waterski towboats. Supra has been a leader in the inboard industry since 1981. The Supra brand is synonymous with innovative styling, luxurious interiors, highest construction quality, and unsurpassed wake performance. The Moomba brand delivers quality and performance far above its class. Moomba offers the best wake performance technology and none of the fuss. The company is privately held and is based in Maryville, Tennessee. Skier’s Choice encourages all boating participants to learn and follow safe boating practices. There are risks associated with boating and water sports activities. Be mindful of the risks, familiarize yourself with the environment, know your limits and conduct yourself accordingly.

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