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    Cory Teunissen Claims 2019 WWA World Title

    Cory Teunissen Claims 2019 WWA World Title

    Cory Tuenissen is a name synonymous with the worlds wake boarding elite and as only the elite can do he capped off his season with a huge clutch victory to secure yet another world title. 

    Fresh off the back of a silver medal from the ANOC World Beach Games held in Doha, Qatar where he proudly and successfully represented Australia he backed up at the season ending WWA World Championships in Mexico.

    CT was in full flight as only he could be. Focused, driven and throwing hammer after hammer he took out the worlds best to claim the 2019 Nautique Boats WWA World Championships and simultaneously take out the 2019 WWA World Series as the overall winner. 

    Zahra Kell was also again impressive finishing 2nd for the World Championships and taking 2nd spot for the 2019 overall title. Zahra has been killing it this year and has officially put the world on notice for next year where she will be pushing the older girls in a bid to claim her first Wake Board World Series Title. 

    Tony Iacconi was again showing his talent and power on the water bringing home a little bacon in 3rd. We are stoked to see him up on the box for the season ender. 

    It was a big season for all the crew on tour and they fought each other the whole way ending in an exciting and very close season ending competition. 

    Final Results as below:

    MENS Wake Board World Series:

    1st - CORY TUENISSEN (502pts)
    2nd - HARLEY CLIFFORD (490pts)
    3rd - NIC RAPA (481pts)
    4th - TYLER HIGHAM (440pts)
    5th - TONY IACCONI (436pts)

    WOMENS Wake Board World Series:

    1st - MEAGAN ETHELL (470pts)
    2nd - ZAHRA KELL (420pts)
    3rd - JAMIE LOPINA (332pts)
    4th - ERIKA LANG (310pts)
    5th - TARAH MIKACICH (285pts) 

     

     

     

     

    REITERER & ORTENDAHL VICTORIOUS AT GRAND PRIX OF CHINA

    REITERER & ORTENDAHL VICTORIOUS AT GRAND PRIX OF CHINA

    JP Team riders Kevin Reiterer and Emma-Nellie Ortendahl have claimed the overall victory in dominating form at the UIM Aquabike Grand Prix of China in Qingao. 

     

    Both Kevin & Emma were in amazing form showing speed and determination as they won all 3 of their respective motos going 3/3 and taking out the overall Grand Prix championship. The Jetpilot team riders were amazing on the water and clearly showed why they are atop the world championship rankings. 

    Fellow JP team riders also showed impressive racing with Daniel Svae Andersen taking home podium place 2 in Ski Division GP1.

    It was great to see Nacho Armillas was back on the water again however he was unlucky to experience technical difficulties with his ski and so was unable to show out with his racing prowess. 

    FULL MENS SKI GP1 RESULTS BELOW

    Jonna Borgstrom was also racing well to take home 3rd place on the podium followed up by Estelle Poret (4th) and Krista Uzuare (5th). 

    FULL LADIES GP1 RESULTS BELOW 

     

     

    Pops Place feat. Lewy Watt

    Pops Place feat. Lewy Watt

    Most lakes in the Orlando area have seen their fair share of wake progression over the years but Clear Lake might just be on the top of that list. Plenty of legendary crews have lived out there and still do. One spot in particular has become a breeding ground for progression: Jeff Langley’s house. AKA “Pop’s Place”, Langley is all about having the young guns come in and rip Clear Lake a new one. Lewy Watt is one of those young guns who also lives there. If you know Lewy, he's not one to mince words. Maybe it's an Australian thing? Who knows...but since he's not shy, we threw him in front of the camera to tell us what really goes on at Langley's. Check it out!