From Down Under Nieuwegein — (August 15, 2011) Protest Cable Call, the Netherlands most prestigious wake park event, has wrapped up after a two day wake-battle in several different divisions. This years Cable Call brought more than 100 wakeboarders and wakeskaters out in an attempt to take the title of their respected divisions. As the competition heated up throughout the weekend, all eyes were on the pro men division as multi-time defending Wake Park World Series overall champion, Tom Fooshee, fell early on his finals run, thus leaving the door open. The young German, Fredy von Osten, knew exactly what was to be done and took  full advantage of the course. Osten laid down a flawless final pass that included a Frontside 900, Raley 540, Back Mobe 540, Front Mobe, and 630-to-Frontboard transfer. Osten ended up taking the victory by 10 points over his fellow German riding partner, Dominik Gührs, who finished 2nd. Daniel Grant of Thailand and Tom Fooshee of United States, finished 3rd and 4th respectfully.

Updated Wake Park World Series Rankings are currently out, and for the first time in Wake Park World Series history, Tom Fooshee does not sit atop. What does this mean?… He will not have top-seed positioning going into the Telekom Extreme Playgrounds August, 27-28. Telekom Extreme Playgrounds will be the last chance for Tom Fooshee to regain his top seed before the highly anticipated WWA Wake Park World Championships presented by Al Forsan International Sports Resort closing the year out in December.

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Finals Results

PRO MEN
1. Frederic von Osten 96.50
2. Dominic Gührs 86.50
3. Daniel Grant 78.50
4. Tom Fooshee 68.00
5. Dec Clifford
5. Rocco van Straten
7. Mike Ketellapper
7. Felix Georgii

PRO WAKESKATE
1. Andy Kolb 73.33
2. Leo Labadens 63.33
3. Elias Erkan 55.00
4. Daniel Grant 46.67
5. Jan Kissman
5. Ollie Moore
7. Tim van Dortmont
7. Martin Scambora

OBSTACLES ONLY
1. Frederic von Osten 97.50
2. Felix Georgii 92.50
3. James Young 80.00
4. Dominic Gührs 35.00
5. Tom Fooshee
5. Felix Schneider
7. Daniel Grant
7. Dirk Gideonse

PRO WOMEN
1. Denise de Haan 95.00
2. Tor Young 92.50
3. Kirsteen Mitchell 80.00
4. Sophie Reimers 55.00
5. Chloe Goudie
5. Sophie Cordery
7. Cosima Giemza
7. Angelika Schriber

OPEN MEN
1. Devi Sentrop 98.00
2. Tommy Swaan 92.00
3. Jan Kerkhoven 78.50
4. Loic Girard 71.50
5. Andreas Voss
5. Adrian Abeck
7. Raoul Fakkert
7. Tim auf dem Graben

About the WWA
The WWA Wake Park World Series is the solely owned property of the World Wakeboard Association (WWA). The WWA also owns and operates the WWA Wake Park Triple Crown, WWA Wakeboard National Championships, WWA Wakeboard World Championships, WWA Wakeboard World Series, and WWA Wake Park Nationals. With 27 affiliate countries worldwide, the WWA is the global leader in the sport of wake. The WWA is a rider-formed organization dedicated to promoting and growing wake sports worldwide. It is the leading source for riders, event organizers and competitive standards. For more information on the WWA and its events, check out www.thewwa.com

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