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Wake Park Triple Crown - Registration open for final stop

by Bill McCaffray on 29 Aug 2014
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Registration for the third and final event of the Monster Energy WWA Wake Park Triple Crown 2014 (#MEWPTC) at BSR Cable Park, Texas’ premiere cable park in Waco, TX is now open. The event will take place on September 18th and 20th.

Register For The BSR Event here

Come ride and hang out with the best wake park riders in the world as they compete for an incredible prize purse and points for the overall 2014 Monster Energy Wake Park Triple Crown title.

For Current 2014 Wake Park Triple Crown Standings, click here.

BSR Event Schedule

• Thursday, September 18th, 2-5PM - Check in and open practice
• Friday, September 19th, 8AM - Qualifying for all divisions begins
• Saturday, September 20th, 9 AM - Semis and Finals for all Divisions

In its fifth year the Monster Energy Wake Park Triple Crown guarantees to further set the standard for quality events and athletic performances at wake parks around the globe. This year, top name riders such as Tom Fooshee (USA), Daniel Grant (THA) and James Windsor (AUS) will travel to these three unique cable parks to compete for the individual event titles as well as the Wake Park Triple Crown overall series championship.

In the first event at Cajun X Cables in Lafayette LA, we saw Tom Fooshee win the Pro Men’s Features event with Graeme Burress in a close second and James Widsor win the Men’s Pro event.

At the second event at Terminus Wake Park in Atlanta, GA, Australian Aaron Gunn took the top honors in the Pro Men’s Features division while Daniel Grant finished first in Pro Men’s Cable. Look for these riders to put on an amazing show at BSR on September 19th and 20th. These riders will also be joined by the current points leader Graeme Burress and the 'King' of the cable Tom Fooshee, all vying for valuable Wake Park Triple Crown points and the overall championship title.

For 2014, founding sponsors of the Monster Energy Wake Park Triple Crown, Liquid Force is back in full support of the event series. Liquid Force will have tents and product for use at all stops as well as top pros on hand to give advice and help pick out the best products for your riding style. The LF crew is also set to be running a BBQ and generally having a good time, so come by.
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