Although she just started competing a few years ago, Julia Rick is currently the most successful lady in cable wakeboarding. In the past two seasons she took nearly every single title. The 20-year-old from Cologne/Germany won the WWA Wake Park World Championships and took gold in the Europeans as well.
With her unique and powerful style she kills every feature and is the only woman landing front mobes or switch mobe 5s behind the cable. Julia chose to ride the new Ronix Bill board and Frank boots. She loves the softer lay up in combination with the Ronix Grip & Release technology.
Beyond Julia Rick, welcome Austria's Shooting star, Timo Kapl, to the new found Ronix Wake Park division. Back on board after his knee injury, Timo is stronger then ever before. The first training session at Hip-Notics park in Turkey was insane, going for some new tricks like S-mobe 5.
16-Year-old Timo started his wakeboard career at the famous jetlake cable park in Feldkirchen and pretty soon dominated the Boys division in the CWWC Cable World rankings. This past summer, in his first year in Junior Men, he won the 4-Star Cable Worldstop in Bratislava / Slovakia. During the training for Red Bull Wake of Steel he impressed riders and judges with his skills. No wonder he gets his fixed spot in the comp for 2014.
Timo chooses to ride the new Ronix Bill board and Parks boots. He prefers the super fast skate inspired drift on the water and the new softer lay up for railslide cable park action. Together with these ultra light, pliable, yet supportive freeride boots, he found the perfect setup for his type of new school cable riding.
The third rider added to the new Ronix Cable team is Szebasztian Szolath. The two-time WWA Wake Park World Champion in Junior Men will strengthen the team. "I love to be finally a part of a wakeboard company. The team and our opportunities are awesome.”
The 21-year-old lives in Budapest, the capital of Hungary. For more then eight years Szebi competes extremely successfully in all types of cable events. Seven times in a row he came first in the Hungarian Championships. He won the WWA Wake Park Worlds in the Junior Men division in 2009 and 2010. At the Europeans 2011 he took Bronze in Open Men and this past summer he came in second at the IWWF Cable Worldcup in Beijing.
His smooth riding style on technical tricks is absolutely unique. Szebi makes hard tricks look so easy. One of his major strengths is the performance during competitions and shootings.
During his US trip in autumn he was testing the new El Von Videl Schnook at Ski Rixen in Deerfield and immediately fell in love. He enjoys the new Cable Core with even more flex, killing every rail with it. Together with the new Code 55 boots, Szebasztian found his perfect setup for 2014.
You can find out more about Szebasztian on Instagram.