Please select your home edition
Edition
North Sails 2017 Sales Staff

2013 Wake Park Worlds return to Abu Dhabi

by The World Wakeboard Association on 22 Aug 2013
The World Wakeboard Association
For the third year in-a-row, the WWA Wake Park World Championships, hosted by Al Forsan International Sports Resort, will make its journey back to Abu Dhabi, UAE on October 9-11, 2013.

The premier Wake Park (Cable) Wakeboard and Wakeskate contest in the world will touch down in the Middle East at Al Forsan International Sports Resort, the most amazing sports resort in the world.

The 'pool-like' cable park will mesmerize local and international media while the best amateur and professional wakeboarders and wakeskaters in the world, starting in the Jr. Boy’s division (nine and under) all the way to Veterans Men’s (40 and Above), will be pulled off the start dock and air out at 3+meters high at Al Forsan for their chance to win the 2013 WWA Wake Park World Championship in each respected division.

Pro divisions hit the water with Pro Men’s, Pro Women’s, Pro Features, Pro Women’s Features and Pro Wakeskate. The absolute top caliber wakeboarders and wakeskaters will be launching off of kickers, transferring fun-boxes and pressing out rails over the course of a three day event.

In addition to the amazing wake park, Al Forsan International Sports Resort offers the best off-the-water activities of any park in the world. The world-class sporting facilities include karting, paintball, shooting and archery, equestrian and a whole lot more.

Registration for the 2013 WWA Wake Park World Championships hosted by Al Forsan International Sports Resort is now open to all ages, both professional and Click here and get signed up today!

Visit Wake Park Worlds website for more info.
Beneteau SAIL Oceanis 35.1 37.1 41.1 660x82 1RS Sailing 660x82Musto AUS 2017 660x82 1

Related Articles

Oman to host Formula Kite World Championships
Oman will be the focus for one of the world’s fastest growing sports when the Sultanate hosts the championship this year The high-performance Formula Kite class is the newest discipline in kiteboarding, and sees competitors skim above the water on hydrofoils fitted to their boards.
Posted on 17 May
World’s fastest KiteFoilers poised for action in GoldCup
Reigning KiteFoil GoldCup title holder Maxime Nocher has been putting final touches to his campaign to defend his crown Reigning KiteFoil GoldCup title holder Maxime Nocher has been putting the final touches to his campaign to defend his crown in the season’s eagerly-awaited opening clashes in Korea.
Posted on 17 May
A few rays – no water, no way?
Sunscreen that won’t wash off with spray or capsize … if only! Sunscreen that won’t wash off with spray or capsize … if only! Let’s go back a bit. Water is repelled by the skin. Thankfully so, or we would be in trouble when it rains, or when we swim or take a bath.
Posted on 15 May
Morocco Spot X – Day 7 recap and interview with Soufain Sahil
Many fun activities took place around the beach like a fitness bootcamp, a zumba class, and some tow-in sailing. Many fun activities took place around the beach like a fitness bootcamp, a zumba class, and some tow-in sailing.
Posted on 14 May
IWT Morocco Spot-X – Interviews with Sarah Hauser and Kevin Pritchard
A little breeze was blowing today, but from the wrong direction making it impossible to compete in proper conditions. While some riders went on an adventure to try to find a spot that would work with the south winds, others gathered at the beach in the afternoon for a windsurfing introduction to the kids of the orphanage of Essaouira.
Posted on 12 May
IWT Morocco Spot-X – Day 2
Today the wind did not blow but the waves were still quite fun for those who had surfboards and paddle boards. Day two was a rest day after an amazing first day, completing the single elimination of all six divisions! It was a good day for relaxing and sharing stories between riders.
Posted on 9 May
Sailing's World Cup Series standings released
The overall results for World Cup Series of Olympic class racing, has been published ahead of the Santander Final. With an allocation of 20 places for the Olympic class fleets, 25 for the Laser, the Rio 2016 medallists will all receive invitations and be joined by the Round One Miami, USA and Round Two Hyères, France winners. The remaining places will be awarded to the lowest point scoring sailors throughout the Series to battle it out in the showcase Final.
Posted on 2 May
Gladwell's Line - For whom will the America's Cup bell first toll?
One of the truisms of the America's Cup is that it is largely a time management exercise With Practice Session 4 just concluded, in Bermuda some very clear trends emerging - and particularly so when the results of the Practice Sessions 1,3 and 4 are combined and considered, in the context of a win-loss record/percentage. The number of races sailed by each team also tells us something about their current emphasis.
Posted on 1 May
World Cup Series Hyères – Kontides steals gold again
On the second day of live Medal Racing, it was the turn of the One and Two Person Dinghies to have their day. A colder, overcast day with a steady 8-12 knot breeze did nothing to dampen the spirits of the final few lucky World Cup Series medallists.
Posted on 30 Apr
Parlier finishes off with a perfect score at World Cup Series Hyères
In the first of two live Medal Race days, France's southern coast was blessed with glorious sunshine. In the first of two live Medal Race days, France's southern coast was blessed with glorious sunshine. Coupled with an 11-13 knot breeze from the west, the day was virtually perfect.
Posted on 30 Apr