What? Who is that on the banner and the NWWSA Open?
We here at Flyboy Wakesurf enjoy being a part of all contests that we can travel too. You’ll find James Walker at most of the domestic contests this year and who knows, maybe some of the European stops next year. The contests under the CWSA banner have provided the most consistency and greatest access to quality judging and fair and consistent implementation of a standardized set of rules. One of the best things about these Centurion Wakesurf Series events is that they will qualify folks that podium to enter the WWSC. This brings the idea of a tour to fruition after so many years of folks wanting this. One day, our best wakesurf athletes may actually be able to make a living doing the sport they love. All of us owe a debt of gratitude for the hard work and cooperation of those folks behind the tour and that also support this vision of our best and brightest being able to establish a career possibly one day, within the sport. Now for some pictures from the offical day 1 of the NWWSA Open
This is the goofy boat, which we understand belongs to Bri Chmel
This is the regular boat and the wake
Pictures of James testing the plate settings and speed during practice. Lots of weight in these Enzos the wake was actually rather steep and short.
C’mon be honest, those are the best stickers ever, aren’t they?
At the end of the first day of the NWWSA Open there was a social and dinner, along with a brief judges meeting.
…and Dominic Legace hamming it up.
Be sure to check back tomorrow as the first day of competition riding takes place at the NWWSA Open! Thanks for following along.