Wake For A Cause

Charity Wake Competition
September 29th, 10:00 am

 

Join us for a day of head-to-head competitions, food trucks, giveaways, tie-dye, music & Aqua Park sessions!

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ABOUT THE CONTEST:

Every September, we celebrate the anniversary of the park opening by hosting a charity wake competition to give back to the community. 100% of the proceeds from the tournament go to benefit local organizations making an impact. Rider’s select one of our charities to compete on behalf of. The first place winner in each division gets to donate the earnings towards that charity!

$50 registration fee. Online registration closes 9/28. Day-of registration is $75.

CHARITIES FOR 2019:

Good Shepherd:

Good Shepherd is a sheltered work center for the developmentally challenged adults in our community. They provide purpose and training, giving their clients the chance to succeed in the workplace!

WakeWell:

WakeWell is a nonprofit ministry that exists to bridge the wake culture to Jesus, partnering with the local Church. WakeWell’s vision is to bring the living water of Jesus to a thirsty wake culture.

Wake For Warriors:

Their mission is to connect with injured military veterans through sharing their passion for wake and watersports. They believe that in doing so, they can help to heal the emotional and psychological wounds of military veterans and their families. They know that the scars of war are both visible and invisible, so they support the healing of both by providing an environment to come enjoy a few worry free days on the water.

Advocates for Children:

Advocates for Children provides services to children and families who have been the victims of abuse and neglect. We also offer multiple layers of personal care through an array of programs to reduce the incidence of child abuse. Advocates serves 17 Northwest Georgia counties offering safety, comfort, and hope to over 3,000 children and families every year.

Competition Format

Bracket-style tournament: DOUBLE ELIMINATION

  • 12:00 am – Online registration closes
  • 8:30 am – Check-In opens. Late registration cost: $75
  • 8:30-9:30 – Cables open for competitors to practice (must have a day pass: $35 All Day pass for registered riders)
  • 9:30 am – Mandatory rider’s meeting & bracket drawing
  • 10:00 am – First rider off the dock
  • 11:00 am – Food truck starts serving (No outside food or drink permitted)

Division Breakdown

BEGINNER:

Kickers: Spins – Front Side 180s Only, add some style! No inverts.

Air Tricks: No air tricks

Rails: Up to a total of a 180 over the rail.

(Competing on the Beginner Lake)

NOVICE:

Kickers: Spins – Front Side 360s and backside 180s only. No inverts.

Air Tricks: Flats tricks only. No more than one handle pass.

Rails: Up to a 360 over the rail (180 on 180 off, or 90 on 270 off, etc).

INTERMEDIATE:

Kickers: Spins – Front Side 540s and backside 360s Only. All Basic Inverts allowed in run (No 360 inverts or blind landing inverts)

Air Tricks: Basic Air tricks, no blind landing tricks or mobes. (S-Bends & Vulcans are allowed)

Rails: Up to a 540 over the rail (270/270, 90/450, etc.)

ADVANCED:

Kickers: Spins – Front Side 720s and backside 540s only. All basic inverts, basic blind tricks and 360 inverts without a handle pass are allowed in run (no handle pass 360 inverts)

Air Tricks: Basic air tricks, blind landing tricks allowed. HS mobes are only full twisting invert allowed in run. (S-to Blinds are allowed) Nothing larger than mobe 5.

Rails: No restrictions.

PRO:

No restrictions. Get CRAZY!

Huge thanks to our Wake For A Cause sponsors:

FOLLOW   LIQUID FORCE    YAMAHA BOATS   SANDBOXLAND  ADVENTURE AIR   STZ

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