From Nova Lima, Brazil (May 8, 2012) – The 1st stop of the WWA Wakeboard World Series is a wrap. The Ragga Wakeboard and Music Festival finished off with a bang; while riders threw it down on the water, the music was just starting on the stage. Several US and Canadian pros rode against Brazil’s best riders in an all out battle to see who takes the overall title for the 2012 WWA Wakeboard World Series.

Stop #2 – Canada takes place in Collingwood, Canada, August 10-12. Make sure to stay tuned for more info.

Photos and video curtasy of Wake Brazil Magazine. Thanks to Igor Boito and Fernando Celescuekci for capturing the contest.

Finals Results

  1. Phil Soven – 95.50
  2. Andrew Adkison – 89.25
  3. Aaron Rathy – 88
  4. Austin Hair – 64.25

Semi Finals

  • Heat 1
  1. Andrew Adkison – 85
  2. Austin Hair – 80
  3. Adam Errington – 79.25
  4. Danny Thollander – 58.25
  • Heat 2
  1. Aaron Rathy – 90.25
  2. Phil Soven – 85
  3. Dean Smith – 80
  4. Marcelo Giardi – 60.25

Quarter Finals

  • Heat 1
  1. Aaron Rathy – 86.65
  2. Dean Smith – 78.85
  3. Eduardo Martins – 52.25
  4. Gustavo Machado – 33.50
  • Heat 2
  1. Andrew Adkison – 86.65
  2. Austin Hair – 75
  3. Rodrigo Paes Leme – 47.65
  4. Mario Manzoli – 30
  • Heat 3
  1. Adam Errington – 75
  2. Danny Thollander – 72.25
  3. Marcos Amato – 60
  4. Thiago Abrahim – 45
  • Heat 4
  1. Phil Soven – 86.25
  2. Marcelo Giardi – 65
  3. Luciano Rondi Neto – 52.25
  4. Alexandre Queroz – 32.25

LCQ Results

  • Heat 1
  1. Rodrigo paes leme – 77
  2. Gustavo machado – 66
  3. Henrique daibert – 43
  4. Eduardo soares – 40
  • Heat 2
  1. Thiago abrahim – 72
  2. Eduardo Martins – 65
  3. Rodrigo lara – 45
  4. Jorge chalub – DQ
  • Heat 3
  1. Mario Manzoli – 70
  2. Alexandre queiroz – 66.65
  3. Victor ribeiro -  55.25
  4. Daniel damiao – 45

Qualifying Results

  • Heat 1
  1. Dean Smith – 75
  2. Danny Thollander – 66.65
  3. Jorge chalub – 56.66
  4. Victor ribeiro – 32.56
  • Heat 2
  1. Aaron Rathy – 76.66
  2. Austin Hair – 62.66
  3. Gustavo machado – 46.66
  4. Thiago abrahim – 30
  • Heat 3
  1. Andrew Adkison – 72.25
  2. Luciano Rondi – 66.65
  3. Rodrigo paes leme – 47.75
  4. Eduardo soares – 36.66
  • Heat 4
  1. Adam Errington – 75
  2. Marcelo Giardi – 72.25
  3. Eduardo Martins – 56.65
  4. Henrique daibert – 42.25
  5. Alexandre queiroz – 30
  • Heat 5
  1.  Phil Soven – 82.25
  2. Marcos Amato – 52.25
  3. Mario Manzoli – 47
  4. Rodrigo lara – 45
  5. Daniel damiao – 29.50
About the WWA
The WWA Wakeboard 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 Wake Park 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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