This weekend is set to be a big one in the Australian Wakeboarding scene. There are events set to go within NSW, VIC and SA, with Competitions and Camps bringing everybody in the wakeboarding culture, together.
Wakeboard Vic have their Round 2 Competition this Saturday the 10th – MB Boats are on board to tow the event, which is the second year now that MB Boats have come to one of our events. There will be a whole bunch of prize money for the Open division as well as loads of merchandise for other divisions.
Brett Sands Watersports are coming to the party again, with a half day lesson at the school on offer for any rider who shows the right attitude and a love for being out on the water!
Cables Wake Park is the host for the 4th stop of the 2012 Liquid Force Rail Series, which is held on December 10 and 11. Cables Wake Park Penrith has put together a ladies camp which allows the girls to ride both cable and boat. The Camp will run from Thursday until Sunday and will incorporate all the Rail Jam Events. Nautique will be towing the boat riding on the nearby Nepean River and exclusive cable sessions (valued at $600 for 2hrs) will be held at Cables, even on the competition days.
Come and Ride with the girls, hang together and have some fun. Hopefully learn some new tricks too. Pro Cable riders Lauren Mead and Angie Schriber and Australian National Boat riding champions Bec Gange and Courtney Angus will supply coaching.
For full details on the event, go to: http://cableswakepark.com/articleView.html?articleId=89
Running in conjunction with Ladies Wakeboard Camp, is the 2011/2012 Liquid Force Rail Series at Cables Wake Park Penrith, this Saturday and Sunday.
Wakeboarding South Australia has their Round Three competition, in Renmark, on the Saturday. This will be near the Renmark Club on the foreshore Renmark.
Corey Peach King of Kicker is on this Saturday at Burswood, WA. This even will be towed by Nautique WA and has been sponsored by SRH Clothing.