in the front page article about david cornwall he says this:
Let's look at that again. No expensive boat, no gasoline, no maintenance, no air or water pollution, no traffic-clogged lake, no set up or cleanup necessary, less risk on your body and you can still become one of the top wakeboarders in the world, all while having a great time with your friends. Nice concept, wouldn't you think?
Thing is, Europe and the rest of the world have known this for a long time. Here in the U.S., we're just only now beginning to get a clue.
to which i would ask a two-part question:
a) if that's the case, why don't european and asian riders dominate the pro events (at least those that the americans attend)?
b) are we going to see a wave of new riders in the pro ranks that will have predominantly come up on cable parks rather than boats?