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WWA Wake Park Triple Crown - Registration closes on September 11th

by Bill McCaffray on 11 Sep 2013
Daniel Grant at the OWC in 2012 World Wakeboard Association
Registration for stop three of the Monster Energy WWA Wake Park Triple Crown Presented by Nautique Boats and hosted by the Orlando Watersports Complex and partnered with the National Points Chase will close at midnight on Wednesday September, 11th.

Late fees will apply after 12 AM on Thursday September 12th. Late entries will be available on site Thursday September 12th at the OWC from 3-6PM.

All Wake Park Triple Crown events will start on Friday morning at the Orlando Watersports Complex at 8 AM. National Points Chase divisions will start on Wednesday September 11th.

Entries Are Open - Enter Here

WWA Wake Park Triple Crown and National Points Chase
Orlando Watersports Complex - OWC
September 11th -15th
Orlando Watersports Complex
Orlando, Florida, US

Long time supporters of the Wake Park Triple Crown series, Orlando Watersports Complex is preparing for the largest wake park event held to date. With excellent facilities, incredible local riders and some of the best features in the world, this partnership between the Wake Park Triple Crown, National Points Chase and The OWC is shaping up to be huge.

Current 2013 Monster Energy Wake Park Triple Crown points leader, Tom Fooshee as well as up and coming Daniel Grant and last years WWA World Champion James Windsor are all slated to be on hand. Tom Fooshee is well on his way to a fourth consecutive overall title after winning both Pro Features and Pro Men’s divisions at the first two events. Keep an eye on super grom Daniel Grant though as he has the ability to win in all three pro events - Pro Features, Pro Men’s and Pro Wakeskate.

In its fourth year, the WPTC has reset the standard for quality events and athletic performances at wake park events. This year, top name riders such as Tom Fooshee, Daniel Grant and James Windsor will travel to some of the most established cable parks in the world to compete for the individual event titles and the overall series championship.

The series kicked off Memorial Day Weekend at BSR with an incredible line up of athletes, events and parties. The second event at TSR had perfect conditions for the riders to put on an amazing show. Come to this final event to witness how the season finishes WWA website
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