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jklein 06-09-2005 1:43 PM

July 05 issue, page 82... 'that's not parks is it as it says in the photo?' It looks like Josh Sanders on the next page.

solo 06-09-2005 3:53 PM

It's Josh, Typo.

aceofdimondz 06-09-2005 3:55 PM

yeah that's josh... i just got the mag in the mail yesterday... they made a mistake on the cover too... they said phillip soven's 1080 was on pg 86 when it was on like 80

06-09-2005 4:28 PM

Ashley- actually, they say that his 1080 is on page 89, and that is where it's at. Page 80 is his 900.

xtremebordgurl 06-12-2005 11:03 AM

did Soven stick a 1080?

06-12-2005 1:37 PM

Almost, but not quite. Evidently he got it, but fell over as he was about to ride away. If you look at the pictures, that's about as close as it gets.

stephan 06-12-2005 4:24 PM

Better than Alliance's last issue. They spelled Cyril Cornaro's name wrong on the cover. How does that stuff get by? You think they might read it over once or twice.

06-12-2005 4:57 PM

Is it just me or is that chick in the picture on page 79 topless? Just noticed that.

chubbydaddy1 06-14-2005 4:22 PM

they owe josh a cover for that typo! How rude they is #1 on tour and they can noe see that josh is 100 lbs less that parks!

team_o 06-14-2005 4:43 PM

No doubt - especially since Josh is the current KING OF WAKE <BR> <BR>Australian Josh Sanders is the Current KING OF WAKE <BR> <BR>Orlando, FL – Australian Josh Sanders is currently the NO. 1 ranked rider in the world, sitting on top of the KING OF WAKE Wakeboard World Cup standings through three events with 255 points. American Philip Soven (250) is in second place, just five points behind Sanders. Australian Daniel Watkins (240) rounds out the top three. <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR>The quest for the best in professional wakeboarding takes on a whole new meaning in 2005 with the expansion of the Wakeboard World Cup title, to create a $10,000 winner take all prize, the KING OF WAKE award that will be given to the top professional rider in the world. World Sports &amp; Marketing created the prestigious Wakeboard World Cup standings list eight years ago, but 2005 marks the first year for the $10,000 KING OF WAKE award. <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR>“Everywhere we go, people are asking ‘Who is the number one rider in the world’,” said Chris Bischoff, competition director for World Sports &amp; Marketing, the company that produces the Pro Wakeboard Tour. “So the time has come to distinguish the best of the best, and reward that rider for the effort.” <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR>An equal number of American and international riders currently sit in the top 10 of the KING OF WAKE standings, a testament to the depth of strong riders in the pro wakeboarding ranks. After the top three, Americans Danny Harf (230) and Andrew Adkison (225) currently sit in fourth and fifth-place respectively. <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR>The lower half of the top 10 consists of two Canadians, two Americans and another Australian. Canadian Chad Sharpe (220) holds down the sixth position on the KING OF WAKE standings, followed by Australian Brett Eisenhauer (215) in seventh. Tino Santori (190) is in the eighth position. <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR>Coming off a thrilling victory on June 5 in Reno, Nevada at the last MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour stop, Canadian Rusty Malinoski (184) currently sits in ninth place. With 2002 MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour season champion Erik Ruck (166) moving into the top ten with a third-place finish in Reno. <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR>The pursuit of the KING OF WAKE Wakeboard World Cup and the NO. 1 position in the world will resume July 8-10 at the MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour’s event in Kelowna, BC as part of Wakefest 2005. <BR> <BR>

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