2014 Wake Canada National Teams AnnouncedPosted by: Blake Rowsell Posted in:
Congratulations to the following riders for being named to the Wake Canada National teams! Riders receive many benefits, including coaching, funding, cell phone contracts, and insurance among other perks like getting to represent this amazing country!
Full Results from Wake Park Nationals and Boat NationalsPosted by: dpatterson Posted in:
The full results from Wakeboard Nationals are available right here!
The full results from Wake Park Nationals are available here
Canadian Wakeboard VideosPosted by: Blake Rowsell Posted in:
In case you missed it, there are lots of amazing event edits that have been produced in the last month.
If you want more videos check out the Rip Curl Judgement Edits
“Erika was Ripping it Up”Posted by: dpatterson Posted in: Videos
“Erika was ripping it up” – from the HBC #projectadventure video featuring Erika Langman teaching these boys how it’s done:
#monsterwakenats Video is UpPosted by: dpatterson Posted in: Events, Nationals, Videos
Check out the post event edit from #monsterwakenats right here:
Wake Nats Results are Here!Posted by: dpatterson Posted in: Events, Nationals, News
Keep checking back here as we update the results all day long at the 2013 Wakeboard Nationals, presented by Monster Energy. Click on each division to get the full overview for that category:
Boys and Men
Girls and Women
Wake Nats Presented by Monster Energy Featured in WakeWorld MagPosted by: dpatterson Posted in: Events, Nationals
Wake Nats are getting all kinds of attention, and WakeWorld has a full preview:
Canadian Wake Championships presented by Monster Energy and Nautique Got Questions? We have answersPosted by: Blake Rowsell Posted in: Events, Nationals
Canadian Wake Championships presented by Monster Energy and Nautique Got Questions? We have answers!
We have been getting quite a few questions from riders and parents about Canadian Wake Championships so we thought it would be a good idea to help clarify a few things!
Do I have to register Online ahead of time? YES!
The answer to this is YES! You do if you want to avoid the late registration fee of $25. Online registration is open until 8PM On Wednesday Aug 21st. Visit Karleo http://www.karelo.com/register.php?Ev=13423 you will have to create a login and password, then fill out the athlete bio. Payment can be made by visa, mastercard or cheque online.
If I’m not sure about competing can I still register on-site and pay the late-entry?
The answer to that is YES as well, however you must register before the following times: On-site late registration for all boat divisions running Friday will be Thursday from 10am – 6pm at Bushs Sports Centre. Features on-site late registration will be Friday at noon. All boat registration will close Friday night at 7PM.
What is Athlete Check in and do I have to go?
YES! If you are registered online you will still need to come to athlete check-in to complete your registration. Here you will pick up your athlete wristband, New Era Wake Championships Cap, schedule and any other information you will need to compete at the 2013 Canadian Wake Championships. Athlete check-in times are the following:
- Thursday 10am – 6pm
- Friday 8am – 6pm
- Saturday 8am – 9am
Note: If you are under 18 you will need a parent or guardian with you to sign the event waiver.
Do I have to buy a Waterski-Wakeboard Canada Membership?
NO you do not need a competitive license, you just need your provincial membership. Please bring your membership card or number with you to the event.
What do I get with my Entry Fee?
You get the full kit & caboodle for the event! Athlete’s will receive a limited edition Wake Championships New Era snapback, unlimited riding at What Wake Park Thursday – Sunday, Unlimited riding in the Wake Championships Skate Park, (Yes! Bring your skateboard & helmet) Free entry to Rip Curl’s The Judgment Premier Patio Party @ The Kee to Bala (athletes under age must have a parent with them at the premier party) and Dinner included Saturday night at 6pm for the Awards BBQ.
If I’m not riding do I have to pay to get in?
NO! The event is free for all spectators, friends and family.
What is the ‘Features Only’ Event?
The Features-Only event is a straight-line cable Wake Park Jam that will take place at What Wake Park. Riders will compete on the obstacles only including Kickers and rails, no loaded air tricks will be allowed in this division.
Divisions Include: Amateur Features Only, Open Wakeskate Features Only, Open Women’s Features Only and Open Mens Wakeboard Features only.
Cash prizing will be given out for the following features only divisions: Open Men’s Wakeskate, Open Men’s Wakeboard, Open Women’s Wakeboard
When is the Features-Only Event?
The Features-Only event will take place Friday afternoon starting at 3PM – 7:30pm.
Do I have to compete in the Boat division to Compete in Features only?
NO! You can register just for the features-only division if you like. Entry fee is $60 if you are not competing in the Boat division.
How do I sign up for Familiarization?
Familiarization is on a first-come first-serve basis. The Monster Energy Nautique G23 will be running starting at 10AM – 5PM on Thursday Aug 22nd and What Wake Park will be open for familiarization from 10am – 5pm on Thursday Aug 22nd, and 10AM – 2:30PM on Friday Aug 23rd for the Features Only division.
Boat familiarization is $20, payment on-site only.
Where Do I Find the Event Schedule??
The event Schedule is posted on www.wakecanada.ca the direct link to the event schedule is below. Event Schedule is tentative based on entries so make sure you check for any schedule updates as we move closer to the event:
Have anymore questions? Feel free to ask! Email Erika.email@example.com and we will do our best to respond quickly.
Wake Nationals Kickoff Patio Party presented by Rip Curl and Monster EnergyPosted by: Blake Rowsell Posted in: Events, Nationals
Thursday, August 22, 2013 - The Kee to Bala will be the host of the Wake Nationals Kickoff Patio Party presented by Rip Curl and Monster Energy. The highlight of the event will be the film premiere of Rip Curl’s The Judgment video contest presented by Sony Action Cam. In its second season, The Judgment is Canada’s largest wakeboarding video competition with more $4000 in prize money. Riders will battle head-to-head for the best video of the summer, all to be seen for the very first time Thursday night at The Kee.
Doors open at 8:30pm, premiere starts at 9:30pm.
Athletes competing in wake nationals: Free entry
Non-athletes/parents $5 donation going towards Canadian Wake Championships
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Cable Nationals ResultsPosted by: dpatterson Posted in: Events, Nationals
Please use the tabs at the bottom of the screen to see other categories.
Nationals InformationPosted by: Blake Rowsell Posted in:
Cable Wakeboard Nationals #cablenats13
Click HERE for information on Cable Nats
Please click here to register!
Wakeboard Nationals Presented by Monster #monsterwakenats
The Bulletin for Wake Nationals is available HERE.
Please click here to register! – you will be redirected to Karelo.com for registration.
Cable Nationals UpdatePosted by: Blake Rowsell Posted in:
Cable Nationals #cdncablenats prize money has been set!
Open Men 1st: $600, 2nd: $300, 3rd: $200
Open Men Features Only: 1st: $600, 2nd: $250, 3rd: $100
Open Women: 1st: $300, 2nd: $200, 3rd: $100
Open Women Features Only: 1st: $250, 2nd:$150, 3rd:$100
Open Men Wakeskate: 1st: $500, 2nd: $200, 3rd:$100
Also top 2 Open Men from and top Open Woman will be granted spots on the National Senior Wakeboard Team!
Other national team and development team spots will use nationals results as part of the criteria for team selection.
Rip Curl Judgement Closing Date – Sunday August 18Posted by: Blake Rowsell Posted in:
Find out how to enter here
Watch the teaser here
More Information on Drug Testing at NationalsPosted by: Blake Rowsell Posted in: Nationals
Last year the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport conducted drug testing at the Wakeboard National Championships. Please find a list of prohibited substances here
If you have any questions about drug testing, or prohibited substances you can call CCES at (800) 672-7775. Talk with Julie or Lisa. They will not ask your name or document your call.
Wake Development Funds – More Info HerePosted by: dpatterson Posted in: News
Wake Canada has funding available to help athletes get to events, be a part of nationals and for their training. For more on the funding, the process and how you can be a part of the program, click HERE for more.
CCES Drug Testing at NationalsPosted by: Blake Rowsell Posted in: Events, Nationals
All WSWC and Wake Canada National Championship events are subject to drug testing by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport. This is outside the control of WSWC and Wake Canada. However, it is possible that CCES will show up for drug testing at any nationals event.
Since Monster Wake Nationals Presented by Nautique in Bala, ON are a month away, this is just a friendly reminder that Marijuana is a banned substance. Marijuana is a common source of doping violations in all sports. Traces of it can remain in the body for a month or more. For more information check out the CCES website.
All banned substances can be found here on the prohibited list.
New Vid: O’Neill’s Ontario TourPosted by: dpatterson Posted in: Videos
The Ranch, the Rail Yark and Boarder Pass are featured – along with riders like Erika Langman, Drew Austin, Chris Sinki and Ben LeClair!
DISCLAIMER: Always wear a vest and a helmet when hitting features!
Site Improvements at Beach ClubPosted by: Blake Rowsell Posted in: Events, Nationals
Looking forward to Rip Curl Cable Nationals Presented by Nautique at the Beach Club, we are excited to hear about site improvements:
1. The course has completely changed. The features are the same but in a different order that keeps a good flow. For rails, you can choose from a nicko rail (down rail), a longer flat bar, a nice roof top , the dragon rail and the small wake skate flat box. The kickers are the same, also placed the same, but their is a new kicker placed on the right of the other kicker at the end of the course.
A good point of the reassembly of the course, is there is now a smaller dead spot during the course. However, their is still plenty of room to do air tricks.
2. Money was invested for a tune up on the cable system. The cable works A1 this summer, and reports are that is running better than ever!
Huge thank you to Julien Renaud for the update on improvements to the Beach Club site!
Schedule: RipCurl Canadian Cable Wakeboard Championships Presented by NautiquePosted by: dpatterson Posted in: Events, Nationals
The schedule for the RipCurl Cable Wakeboard Championships presented by Nautique is now available, and it is right HERE!