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Rockstar WWA World Championships - Day 2 of 4

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Junior Pro Men Highlight Full Day of Action at
Rockstar WWA Wakeboarding World Championships Presented by Supra


Rockstar WWA WorldsPleasant Prairie, WI. — Perfect weather and riding conditions greeted a collection of the world’s top wakeboarders for day two of the Rockstar WWA Wakeboarding World Championships Presented by Supra. Highlighting the action-packed day was the Junior Pro Men who gave fans a glimpse of the sport’s bright future with a remarkable display of progressive riding.
 
Keeping his 2012 hot streak alive, Mike Dowdy showed up at World’s with his A-game producing a run the featured massive airs and precise rail-riding to post a heat-high score of 97.25. 2012 WWA National Champion, Noah Flegel also gave a crowd-pleasing performance with stylish riding and technically-sound maneuvers posting a score of 95.75 to advance to tomorrow’s semifinals.
 
“The riders have been going absolutely huge off the wake from Supra’s new SA 550 towboat, giving us two great days of competition so far” said competition director Chris Bischoff. “With a top-tier wakethe pro men and pro women hitting the water tomorrow, we have a lot more incredible wakeboarding to come.”
 
Multiple divisions also decided their 2h012 World Champions today on Lake Andrea. Among the most competitive divisions that completed finals today were the Junior Men, who saw an impressive run from Cory Teunissen to claim victory and Mens II, which was won by Tom Pazerunas.
 
The Rockstar WWA Wakeboarding World Championships presented by Supra will continue through Sunday, Aug. 19 Saturday and Sunday will remain a ticketed event. Tickets are available at the gate: $13 (adult); $5 (ages 6-12); free (ages 5 and under); or $7 (adult) if purchased online.
 
Following Sunday’s finals fans can enjoy the Sony Big Air Contest. Featuring the top Pro Men riders, the athletes perform massive tricks that are rarely attempted in a traditional contest setting.
 
In addition to all the action on the water, fans will enjoy great food and music, athlete autograph signings, chances to win freebies, and shopping from the most cutting-edge brands offering water-sports equipment including boats, wakeboards, wakeskates, sunglasses and the latest in wakeboarding and surfing fashions.
 
For more information visit kingofwake.com.
 
Rockstar WWA Wakeboard Worlds - Day 2

Women’s Masters Finals
1. Joy Manning - 75.00
2. Natalie Graham - 40.00
3. Yuko Sasaki - 30.00

Veteran Women’s Finals
1. Kat Laird - 75.00
2. Paula Fay - 40.00

Amateur Women Finals
1. Carolina Rodriguez - 80.00
2. Sachiko Tateiwa - 50.00

Junior Women Finals
1. Larisa Morales - 93.33
2. Giorgia Gregorio - 70.00
3. Daniela Levy - 60.00
4. Katelyn Fenner - 53.33
5. Sofia Dinatale - 40.00
6. Lorena Vergara-Jesso - 30.00

Girls Finals
1. Chloe Mille - 91.33
2. Marla Fay - 73.33
3. Sofia Mendez - 65.00
4. Jessica Herman - 56.67
5. Cynthia Morin - 40.00

Amateur Wakeskate Finals
1. Austin Polterock - 85.00
2. Cristobal Mendez - 71.67
3. Takashi Matsurra - 60.00
4. Michael Fay - 40.00

Amateur Women Finals
1. Sachiko Tateiwa - 61.67

Veteran Womens Finals
1. Kat Laird - 71.67
2. Paula Fay - 41.67

Junior Boys Beginner Finals
1. Fynn Bullock - 85.00
2. Thomas Herman - 70.00
3. Kai Stidham - 85.00
4. Benjamin Brown - 41.67

Junior Boys Finals
1. Sam Brown - 90.00
2. Hunter Henderson - 75.00
3. Kevin Duffy - 70.00
4. Tyler Worrall - 61.67
5. Rocker Steiner - 38.33

Boys Beginner Finals
1. Ryan King - 81.67
2. Andy Birch - 71.67
3. Tyler Brooks - 61.67
4. Trystan Semon - 56.67
5. Foster Marquardt - 51.67
6. Justin Lewis - 40.00

Boys Finals
1. Guy Tanaka - 73.33
2. Ben Watts - 62.33
3. James Loisel - 58.17
4. Mitch Kappler - 51.67
5. Nick Brown - 47.50
6. Clayton Holladay - 41.67

Men’s 1 Semifinals (top two in each heat advance)

Heat #1
1. Jordan Gensler - 64.00
2. Kevin Hutts - 48.67
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3. Gerardo Mora - 43.33
4. Scott Morgan - 38.67

Heat #2
1. Ben Herrema - 65.00
2. Luciano Rondi Neto - 55.00
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3. Michael Dever - 46.67

Heat #3
1. John Zdeblick - 71.67
2. Lee Wagner - 66.33
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3. Fernando Magana - 53.33
4. Juan Pablo Ochoa Michaud - 43.33
5. Cameron Steiner - 36.67

Men 2 Finals
1. Tom Pazerunas - 71.67
2. Jorge Garizurieta - 63.33
3. Yusuke Nagai - 56.67
4. Tim Pitschke - 43.33

Junior Men Finals
1. Cory Teunissen - 83.33
2. Justin Lee - 66.67
3. Robbie Culp - 62.50
4. Timothy Burnier - 58.33
5. Juan Mendez - 48.33
6. Jamie McCauley - 38.33
7. Dylan Evans - 33.33
8. Damien Adam - 13.33

Veterans Finals
1. Billy Garcia - 73.00
2. Michael Fay - 50.00
3. Francois Morin - 40.33

Junior Pro Men Quarterfinals (top two in each heat advance)

Heat #1
1. Massi Piffaretti - 95.75
2. Christian Primrose - 92.25
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3. Morgan Pedersen - 80.50
4. Merrett Fay - 71.50
 
Heat #2
1. Noah Flegel - 95.75
2. Gordon Harrison - 92.25
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3. Gunnar Daft - 79.75
4. Nick Vacari - 72.25

Heat #3
1. Jacob Valdez - 95.75
2. Keenan Allen - 94.25
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3. Landon Kasey - 77.25
4. Toshinari Yasui - 72.25

Heat #4
1. Parker Siegele - 93.75
2. Freddie Wayne - 92.25
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3. Gus Shuler - 84.00

Heat #5
1. Tony Iacconi - 100.00
2. Jason Soven - 90.00
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3. Arnie Watkins - 80.00

Heat #6
1. Mike Dowdy - 97.25
2. Brad Teunissen - 90.75
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3. Joey Buss - 82.00


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