Amatuer riders and Junior Pro's from all over the world killed it today, under sunny skies on glassy water at the Orlando Watersports Complex on Day 2 of the WWA World Championships. The Supra wake was kicking and the finalists looked a lot smoother today in the glassy water compared to the chattery runs on Thursday.
Orlando is so hot right now in more ways than one. All the riders and industry gurus are still buzzing from an epic Surf Expo weekend here including the Wake Awards, Parks Documentary, and the Nike 6.0 "Aquafrolics" premiere.
Stay tuned for some crazy action as the King Of Wake tour season wraps up in Orlando on Sunday.
Bob Soven is completely on fire after sweeping the entire Junior Pro tour and winning the "On Point" award at the Wake Awards last weekend. With moves like backside 720's and crow 540's, he's more than ready to ride with the big boys.
Orlando local Jesse Dunbar has been killing it in the Mens II division, here seen pulling a nose grab back roll.
Kyle Green gets all stretched out on a Hoochie Glide, going huge for the fans at the Orlando Watersports Complex.
Megan Blaschka customized her Ronix One board and got super stylie with all kinds of grabs.
Straight out of Canyon Lake, California, Jacob Valdez is always smooth and stylish, here he pulls a melon crow mobe.
Steel Lafferty is another one to watch in the Junior Pro Mens division, after landing the sports first wake-to-wake 1080 recently. Here he is seen going huge and stylish with an indy glide.
Australian Rider Mitch Langfield looks right at home on his new Byerly Monarch board, and will also be charging for the top spot on the podium in Jr. Pro Mens.
Nick Galotifore is a powerful shredder and goes for a style move with a mute 180.