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dakid 01-27-2004 12:59 PM

Any SoCal Tourneys, besides the ones in SD? <BR> <BR>I was thinking of maybe competing (that's if I can learn to ride again <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/lol.gif" border=0>) and/or help out with judging.

canaday 01-27-2004 2:00 PM

Canyon Lake has their series as well

sdboardr99 01-27-2004 2:40 PM

and Sports LTD has theirs up north of LA. I think that's about it...

tahoe 01-27-2004 3:48 PM

there's also the pro tour stop in Irvine, and the arizona tourneys if your a diehard.

tommyc 01-27-2004 3:58 PM

There is always INT and the bell aqua series in sacto.

deepstructure 01-27-2004 5:34 PM

dave has some listings here: <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.wakeworld.com/Events/TourDatesResults.asp?EventType=Amateur&amp;SearchR esultSorts=DateSort&amp;Submit=View%2BResults" target="_blank">http://www.wakeworld.com/Events/TourDatesResults.asp?EventType=Amateur&amp;SearchR esultSorts=DateSort&amp;Submit=View+Results</a>

socalwakepunk 01-27-2004 5:56 PM

Joe, your post contained the key word "help". You are to be automatically routed, upon arrival to any stated event, to the registration desk, starting dock, announcer's table, or judge's seat, until you become a permanent fixture within the organizing bodies of said events, for a limit only terminable upon death (at least that's what my contract says)<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/proud.gif" border=0> <BR> <BR>Seriously, we'll be getting the 2004 CLWC schedule out in the next few weeks, and can use all the help we can get!

dakid 01-27-2004 6:09 PM

I just checked out the wakeboardclub.com tourney format. Cool, there's a Master's division. Is there a big turnout for that division? <BR> <BR>Yeah, I'm willing to help. Chicks dig dudes that work tourneys, don't they? <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/biggrin.gif" border=0>

buttacup 01-27-2004 7:14 PM

I thought guys dug chicks who worked tourneys? I will check out the CLWC schedule too, I'd like to volunteer also if it doesn't conflict with work.

socalwakepunk 01-27-2004 7:44 PM

Masters div? Yeah, well there's always a few of us out there. Our first comp last year, we had 3, toward the middle of the season, we had like 7 or 8. All really cool guys. <BR> <BR>Right on Lynsey! We need more lady riders!

rock_n_boardin 01-27-2004 9:24 PM

Jeff, <BR> <BR>Masters rule LOL <BR> <BR>If you need more help this year, and I know you will. Count me in, I can't wait. You guys throw a great contest!! First class all the way!! <BR> <BR>Cheers! <BR> <BR>Jonathan

dakid 01-27-2004 10:40 PM

Sweet!!! I can't wait! <BR> <BR>How's the Masters division judged? Is there a minimum, or limit or tricks/inverts?

socalwakepunk 01-28-2004 8:36 AM

Cool, Jonathan! I would be dissapointed not to see you or Nathan out there! We should hook up for some backwater in the next couple of weeks. <BR> <BR>No minimum requirements. Judging is 1/3 execution, 1/3 composition, and 1/3 intensity. 2 falls and you're done. If you happen to make it through before your 2nd fall, you get the bonus plan (big fat double up in front of the pavillion). <BR> <BR>Yeah, Master's rock! <BR> <BR>

dakid 01-28-2004 8:40 AM

Thanks Jeff. <BR> <BR>What's competition like in that division? I mean, what are the Masters stickin'?

socalwakepunk 01-28-2004 8:49 AM

Well, there's me, and I'm pretty lucky if I don't fall out of my chair/off the dock. <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/proud.gif" border=0>! <BR> <BR>We've got a few that are going w2w, getting grabs on and 180s, and then we've got a few nailing krypts/hoochies, fronts, and 5s (Aaron). In between, backrolls, 3s, backside 180s, tantrums, crows, etc. It's all good!

dakid 01-28-2004 9:00 AM

Holy <font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font><font color="ff0000">•</font> guess I'll be in the beginner's division!

rock_n_boardin 01-28-2004 9:56 AM

Nah Joe, <BR> <BR>you need to join the Masters. It's all fun, I fall into that first class of rider Jeff mentioned. But hey the guys throwing the big tricks can fall. If that happens and you have a nice clean pass. Your golden. <BR> <BR>Though it's never happened to me LOL plus usually the Master is held right after the open division, so the boat is at max weight!

wakeripper 01-28-2004 10:26 AM

I will definitely be at the Canyon series this year, since i am becoming a regular fixture at Canyon Lake<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" border=0> Now if Sean could ever help me perfect those face plants errr i mean Raleys

wakestar8878 01-29-2004 3:04 PM

Umm....How soon you all forget...all you masters sure are lucky that Fred Escalera has moved to Veterns this year. So its looking like its going to be the year of Davis (Aaron that is), at least in the Masters Division. <BR> <BR>Hey Jeff hows my new boat treating you? I am going to have to take it back soon....lol.

twakess 01-29-2004 3:24 PM

Dang it sounds like you have a killer masters division down there. I will haft to come down and check it out. Last time I rode INT they made me ride in the outlaws and man the young guns were killing it.

socalwakepunk 01-29-2004 9:39 PM

Shhhh, Shawn! Don't let Fred hear this. He'll find a way to get a refund on his birthday, then we'll all be in trouble, again! <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/proud.gif" border=0>. He's 40 now, the Vets (or Outlaws) have to deal with him now! So, when can you come out and play? You are always welcome to ride with us, you know that!! <BR> <BR>

wakestar8878 01-30-2004 11:41 AM

Jeff Im ready, I've been having withdrawls. I wish I had a dry suit but hopefully my full suit will keep me warm enough. Drop me a line when when you want to ride, and I'll see if I have the conjones to get in the water.

socalwakepunk 01-30-2004 6:05 PM

How 'bout next Saturday? I'm sure I can dig up an extra dry suit!

teamvaldez 02-02-2004 8:38 AM

Hey Jeff, did you happen to see the slider out back?

wakesettermom 02-02-2004 11:20 AM

hey team valdez did you ever get that video of your kids finish?

wakestar8878 02-02-2004 12:21 PM

Hey Jeff are you talking Sat. Feb. 7th. If you are that should work for me. That would be sweet if you have an extra dry suit. Can the fiance' come along also, if not I understand. Thanks Jeff.

ivyrider 02-02-2004 2:17 PM

Shawn - I ride the Delta in a 3/2 wetsuit every weekend... It really isn't that bad at all. Just bring a jacket to wear when you get out of the boat that you don't mind getting wet, some gloves and a beanie... Not bad at all.

wakestar8878 02-02-2004 2:30 PM

Thanks Misty. <BR> <BR>Anyone know the current water temp at Canyon Lake??

dakid 02-02-2004 2:32 PM

Uh, I rode the Delta for 5 winters. <BR> <BR>3/2 wetsuit? HAHAHA! Drysuit baby!!

ivyrider 02-02-2004 2:36 PM

yea, well... the 100 degree rules for CA are nothing compared to growing up in Alaska, so yea...3/2 wetsuit works just dandy for me!!

teamvaldez 02-03-2004 7:39 AM

Hey wakesettermom!! It is being set to music as we speak, it should be anyday now!! I will try and post it as soon as I get it!

dakid 02-03-2004 9:12 AM

So, are prizes given away at the tourneys?

wakestar8878 02-03-2004 10:23 AM

Yeah Joe usally some decent swag is given away to the first three places of each class, and First Place always get a trophy. Each tournament counts as points and adds up till the last tourney. Then we have a awards banquet every year, (last seasons was at the Blue Water Casino in Parker, AZ.) and the rider that gets the most points for each class, recieves a trophy for the seris.

wakestar8878 02-03-2004 10:24 AM

Yeah Joe usally some decent swag is given away to the first three places of each class, and First Place always gets a trophy. Each tournament counts as points and adds up till the last tourney. Then we have a awards banquet every year, (last seasons was at the Blue Water Casino in Parker, AZ.) and the rider that gets the most points for each class, recieves a trophy for the series.

stephan 02-03-2004 11:05 AM

Wakesports is also holding quite a few events. I think their website wakesports.com has an event calendar. Oops nevermind it's old. June 27th, July 25th, August 29th -6th Annual So Cal Wakeboard Event(s). they also have some other things going on, but these are the tournaments.

socalwakepunk 02-03-2004 4:57 PM

Sorry about the confusion, Shawn, but Cindy says we gots family stuff to do Saturday, so riding has gotta be Sunday (the 8th). And sure, you and bring the little lady with! Sean Canaday, I know you are gonna be looking at this, you are welcome also.

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