National Points Chase Rules & Info

Parks may utilize the best dates that work with their particular park. We ask that all series events are finished by July 15th to allow qualified competitors ample time to book travel for the championship event. (Some exceptions may be made due to weather or proximity to final event)

Features Only Qualifying Series: Open to all operating public full size and two tower parks.
1-4 Events held in May/June

Traditional Cable Qualifying Series: Open to all operating public full size parks.
1 to 3 events held in May/June

2021 Nautique WWA Wakepark National Championships
August 1-4, 2021: Elite Cable Park – Auburndale, FL.

DIVISIONS: (Age as of Jan 1st)
Features Only:
1. Open/Pro Women
(The top 5 women from each park will get to choose between open or professional at the championship event.)
2. Masters (30+) (at Nationals both Masters 30-39 & Veterans 40+)
3. Open Men (19-29)
4. Junior Men (15-18)
5. Kids (10-14)
6. Groms (9 & Under)
7. Professional Men
(Riders may compete in both their age division and professional at the weeky events but will have to declare one single division for the championship event.)

Traditional Cable:
1. Beginner Wakeboard
2. Amateur Wakeskate
3. Novice Wakeboard
4. Intermediate Wakeboard
5. Advanced Wakeboard
6. Professional Wakeskate
7. Professional Wakeboard

Features Only:
Dependent on Park

Traditional Cable:
Beg. Wakeboard: 50% Sliders / 30% Kickers / 10% Ollie Tricks / 10% Composition
Am. Wakeskate: 35% Sliders / 35% Kickers / 20% FlatsTricks / 10% Composition
Nov. Wakeboard: 40% Sliders / 40% Kickers / 10% Ollie & Air Tricks / 10% Composition
Int. Wakeboard: 35% Sliders / 35% Kickers / 20% Ollie & Air Tricks / 10% Composition
Adv and Pro Wakeboard 30% Sliders / 30% Kickers / 30% Air Tricks / 10% Composition
Pro Wakeskate 20% Sliders / 25% Kickers / 35% Air Tricks / 20% Composition
• (Pro & Adv percentages have changed to match world series percentages, the risk for kickers is far higher than rail hits. While riders may not get their exact hit on a rail, they rarely fall. Features only highlights rails and then kickers, traditional is held to showcase the most well rounded riders through all three disciplines and now composition has also been raised to verify the strength of the overall run.)

Features Only:
Each week the park will choose ONE different feature fitting:
1. Rail/Transfer Left
2. Rail/Transfer Right
3. Kicker Left
4. Kicker Right
• The order is up to the host park.
The riders will be given multiple attempts (two or three) on one single chosen feature for that week and then ranked by best trick completed. At most parks each rider will go taking all three attempts before the next rider leaves the dock. If the rider falls he or she will be picked up by the cable system as allowed by the park. After four weeks of competitions, each area will be covered and the riders overall ranking will be decided by their top three scores.

Traditional Cable:
Each rider will get two turns. The rider’s run will begin when he or she leaves the dock and will continue until he or she falls, or the carrier reaches tower one a second time. This means the rider gets a full lap and an extra pass on the first stretch. (This may vary from site to site due to size of the cable, at TSR the run ends after the rails in stretch one, at BSR the end is after the kickers) The rider must let go before tower one. We will go through the running order and then return to the first rider and go through the complete order a second time. The judges will choose the riders best run and discard the other completely. All divisions EXCEPT beginner & amateur wakeskate will get a wildcard. The wildcard is one extra trick that will be added to the riders best run. The wildcard trick should be done immediately following the riders second turn if he or she does not fall. Just remain riding and perform your wildcard where appropriate. If the rider falls on their second run they should immediately return to the starting dock to get their wildcard turn. While on your wildcard lap ONLY do the single wildcard trick or the judges may score the wrong trick. The same trick will not be scored twice in the same run but can be repeated in the second run since the judges will be taking the best turn not a combination of the two.


Features Only: No Restrictions

Traditional Cable:

Beginner Wakeboard: 

Kickers: Spins – Frontside 180s Only, Add some style! No Inverts

Air Tricks: No Air tricks, Ollie 180 front side and backside and slayshing/butters

Rails: Judges Discretion (No Transfers)

No WildCard (May be added at Championship)

Amateur Wakeskate:

Kickers: Spins – Frontside 180’s, HS & TS Airs (NO: BS spins or FS 360 or more, no shuv or flip tricks off)

Flats Tricks: Shuv FS & BS, 180 body varials, 180’s fs & bs (NO: 360 shuv, Big Spins & Flip Tricks)

Rails: Riding them, spins up to 360 on them, shuv either off or on top of, not onto the box or rail. (NO: Everything else)

No WildCard (May be added at Championship)

Novice Wakeboard:

Kickers: Spins – 360 spins MAX. Basic Inverts (no Blind or handle pass inverts)

Air Tricks: Ollie 180 and 360 both front side and backside. Only basic air tricks. (no Blind or handle pass inverts)

Rails: No Blind/wrapped landing Transfers/ollies.

WildCard: Intermediate Run Restrictions

Intermediate Wakeboard:

Kickers: Spins – 540 Spins MAX. 180 Inverts max. 

Air Tricks: Basic Air tricks, 180 Airtricks Max (Roll to blind and blind judge max. S-Bends & Vulcans are allowed, no s-bend to blinds) 

Rails: No Handle Pass Transfers/ollie (I.E Back 270)

WildCard: Advanced Run Restrictions

Advanced Wakeboard:

Kickers: Spins – 720 Spins MAX. 360 Inverts max. 

Air Tricks: Basic Air tricks, 360 rotations allowed. (S-toBlinds are allowed,) No 540+ air trick (i.e. Raley 5s, Smobe 5s, Mobe 5s….etc)

Rails: No Inverted Transfers

WildCard: No Restrictions

Professional Wakeskate & Wakeboard:

No Restrictions