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

Pleasant 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 wake and the pro men and pro women hitting the water tomorrow, we have a lot more incredible wakeboarding to come.”

Multiple divisions also decided their 2012 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 www.kingofwake.com.

Day 2 Results (Riders in bold advance)
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 Miller 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 Semisfinals Heat 1
1. Jordan Gensler 64.00
2. Kevin Hutts 48.67
3. Gerardo Mora 43.33
4. Scott Morgan 38.67

Men’s 1 Semifinals Heat 2
1. Ben Herrema 65.00
2. Luciano Rondi Neto 55.00
3. Michael Dever 46.67

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

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

Junior Men’s 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 Heat 1
1. Massi Piffaretti 95.75
2. Christian Primrose 92.25
3. Morgan Pedersen 80.50
4. Merrett Fay 71.50

Junior Pro Men Quarterfinals Heat 2
1. Noah Flegel 95.75
2. Gordon Harrison 92.25
3. Gunnar Daft 79.75
4. Nick Vacari 72.25

Junior Pro Men Quarterfinals Heat 3
1. Jacob Valdez 95.75
2. Keenan Allen 94.25
3. Landon Kasey 77.25
4. Toshinari Yasui 72.25

Junior Pro Men Quarterfinals Heat 4
1. Parker Siegele 93.75
2. Freddie Wayne 92.25
3. Gus Shuler 84.00

Junior Pro Men Quarterfinals Heat 5
1. Tony Iacconi 100.00
2. Jason Soven 90.00
3. Arnie Watkins 80.00

Junior Pro Men Quarterfinals Heat 6
1. Mike Dowdy 97.25
2. Brad Teunissen 90.75
3. Joey Buss 82.00

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