The 2019 Nautique Wakesurf Series will kick off in London, England with the Nautique European Wakesurf Championships June 7th – 9th. Pulled exclusively by the world-class Super Air Nautique G23, the Nautique European Wakesurf Championships is set to be one of most unforgettable events of the season, setting the bar for the remaining stops of the 2019 Nautique Wakesurf Series.
- WWA Annual Membership – (Contest participants, good for WWA events through 12/31/2019)
- WWA One Event Membership – (Contest participants, good for one contest only)
- Register to compete
- Read up on the WWA Wakesurf Format
- Confirm your travel plans
- Train with your friends and use #NautiqueSurfSeries on social media for a chance to be featured!
There will be qualified judges sitting in the boat judging the riders performances. No matter if you are a skimmer or surfer, come show off what you’ve got. If you love both styles of riding, don’t forget that you can switch boards and ride both!
**These events are open for all ability levels: novice – professional. No matter your level of surfing, you’ll find the category that suits you.
Sign up, bring your friends, family and enjoy the competition on the water, other fun activities and great food!
TOTAL PRIZE MONEY: $10,000 USD
Schedule of Events
Friday, June 7th
Training Day + Judges Seminar
Saturday, June 8th
Sunday, June 9th
Finals & Awards Ceremony
Slough, SL3 9HY United Kingdom
|The winners of the Nautique European Wakesurf Championships – London will be the very first to automatically secure their invite to the crowning jewel event of the season, the Nautique Masters Wakesurf Championships. Additional riders will have the opportunity to earn an invite through the Wakesurf World Rankings. Riders will earn points based on their placement within their division at each event they attend for the 2019 season. You will be able to follow all of the action at thewwa.com/nautiquesurfseries.|
|The Nautique Wakesurf Series will provide the pinnacle of wakesurf competition, creating a global platform for athletes to come to define themselves as the sport’s elite with six stops spanning across the globe.|