WWA Boat Wakeboard US National Championships

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The United States’ top amateur wake athletes returned to the Oklahoma River in Oklahoma City, Okla. for the second day of action at the 2009 Air Nautique WWA Wakeboard National Championships, presented by ROCKSTAR. The WWA Nationals is a five-day event featuring pro and amateur wakeboarders and wakeskaters, competing for U.S. national titles in 20 different divisions, separated by age and skill level. Day two saw Eight National Titles Claimed, with 12 More Up for Grabs over the next 3 days.

In the Girls division, Taylor McCullough of Centralia, IL captured her second consecutive national title. Allison Blaha from Vista, CA took first place in the Masters Women division; as did Kentucky native Erica Dumeyer in the Amateur Women’s division. Matt Hayden of Spotsylvania, VA and Hanh Williams from Santa Clara, CA took first place in the Amateur Wakeskate and Women’s Wakeskate division, respectively.
 
In the Masters division, Billy Garcia of Austin, TX took the top spot in the finals, while Ohio native Matt Vermillion captured the title in the Veterans division. Leif Lacey of Oxford, MS claimed the national title in the Men’s I division.

You can follow the results as they happen on the WWA twitter feed or visit www.allisports.com for news, photos and video.


Amateur Women – Final #1
1. Erica Dumeyer     87.00
2. Ashley Gwartney     79.00


Girls – Final #1
1. Taylor McCullough   64.00
2. Rachel Orgill         48.11
3. Charmane Lally       40.89
4. Delanie Parker       31.89


Masters Women – Final #1
1. Allison Blaha       63.00
2. Elizabeth Freeman     52.56
3. Kat Laird             51.44
4. Geri Robertson       51.22


Amateur Wakeskate – Final #1
1. Matt Haydon       73.33
2. Michael Roeder       63.33
3. Jim Branton           45.00
4. Clayton Stich         40.00


Women Wakeskate – Final #1
1. Hanh Williams       60.00
2. Jen GilanFarr         46.67
3. Bethany Henderson   37.00
4. Brittany Fletcher       31.67


Masters – Final #1
1. Billy Garcia         74.22
2. Mike Vanpatten       65.00
3. Christopher Full       63.78
4. Brent Anderson       47.22
5. Steve Jones           36.67
6. Jeremy Baker         28.44


Veterans – Final #1
1. Matt Vermillion     56.67
2. Tommy Fambrough   46.67
3. Michael Fay           36.67
4. Sammy Roberts       26.67


Mens I – Final #1
1. Leif Lacey           48.89
2. Lewis Link           47.22
3. Hunter Hanson       46.67
4. Travis Cook           42.22
5. Brad Spencer         40.56
6. Lucas Harold         34.44

Friday 10 July 2009 Posted by Jacqui in News | Permalink