The World Wake Association (WWA) and Nautique Boat Company are proud to announce the return of the Nautique Wake Series for 2022, with four action-packed event stops.
Towed exclusively behind the award-winning Super Air Nautique G23, this series delivers the highest level of wakeboarding competition providing a career-defining platform for athletes to come to showcase progression and define themselves as the sport’s elite. A dedication to rider development and a family-friendly environment has made the Nautique Wake Series home to an international field of athletes competing in all WWA professional and amateur divisions, continuing a tradition that always puts riders first.
“The Nautique Wake Series continues to be the gold standard in wakeboarding event series,” said Nautique president Greg Meloon. “These contests are where the best riders in the world are vying for who will be named the best overall rider behind the award-winning G23. The progression of riding will make 2022 the best series yet as we get to watch and see who captures the coveted overall title.”
The 2022 Nautique Wake Series will kick off with the 61st Moomba Masters International Invitational at the Moomba Festival in Melbourne, Australia. Stop two will yet again bring the most elite selection of riders to the legendary waters of Robin Lake at Callaway Gardens, for the Nautique Masters Waterski and Wakeboard Tournament® presented by GM Marine. Riders will have the opportunity to earn a Masters invitation through the Nautique Masters Virtual Wakeboard LCQ hosted in the WWA Rideline app.
The third stop of the Nautique Wake Series lands in Central Florida for the Nautique WWA Wakeboard National Championships alongside the Nautique WWA Wake Park National Championships and Nautique U.S. National Wakesurf Championships, all proudly presented by our great partners at GM Marine, for the ultimate week of wake. The fourth and final stop will take us back to Robin Lake for the Nautique WWA Wakeboard World Championships.
All four events are also part of the WWA Wakeboard World Series (WBWS) for the 2022 season. Continuing with the momentum experienced in 2020 and 2021, the WWA Wakeboard World Championships will once again join the Nautique Masters Wakesurf Championships for an epic season finale for both the Nautique Wake Series and Nautique Wakesurf Series presented.
Pro Men, Pro Women, Jr. Pro Men and Jr. Pro Women athletes will compete throughout the season for the overall Nautique Wake Series title. The entire season comes down to the final stop where the WWA World Champions, Nautique Wake Series Overall Champions and WWA Wakeboard World Series Overall Champions are crowned.
2022 Nautique Wake Series Schedule:
Stop one: 61st Nautique Moomba Masters, March 9-14, Melbourne, Australia on the Yarra River (WWA-WBWS)
Stop two: 62nd Nautique Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament® presented by GM Marine Engine Technology, May 27th-29th
Pine Mountain, Georgia – Callaway Gardens (WWA-WBWS)
Stop three: Nautique WWA Wakeboard National Championships presented by GM Marine Engine Technology
August 4-7, Auburndale, FL (WWA-WBWS)
Stop four: Nautique WWA Wakeboard World Championships, September 8-11, Pine Mountain, GA – Callaway Gardens (WWA-WBWS)
Dedicated to progressing the sport from the ground up, the Nautique Wake Series puts riders first, developing the stars of tomorrow and showcasing the top athletes of today with every major event held behind the all-new Super Air Nautique G23. The Nautique Wake Series is the only event series that gives riders of all ages, gender and skill level the opportunity to compete at an elite level.
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