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Supreme Northwest Wake Surf Open: Day Two Recap

SEWARD PARK, WA (JULY 13, 2019) – The 2019 Supreme Northwest Wake Surf Open, hosted by Lynnwoord Motoplex, wrapped up Saturday afternoon with a flurry of action as surfers made their final run of the two-day event. The Washington leg of the Water Proof Tour, sponsored by Roswell Marine, featured plenty of incredible efforts from riders on day one (which you can read about here) setting up an exciting finish on day two. The Supreme ZS232 was exceptional and gave riders a massive wave which provided not only solid push, but enough space to nail many of the difficult tricks attempted. Centurion Boats team rider and former world champion Ashley Kidd commented, “It was so much fun, the wave is the perfect shape. I landed most of my tricks, so it was a good day!” Ashley’s day got even better as she went on to take first in the Female Pro Surf division. Ashley wasn’t the only Centurion Boats team rider who podiumed as Connor Burns also took first in his division Male Pro Surf, in addition, Jake Breedlove took second in Male Pro Surf, Jarret Scribner took second in Male Pro Skim, and Sara Tallon took 3rd in Female Pro Skim. Centurion and Supreme family members Brandon Tolliver, Holly Allaire, Evan Hudson, and Sammy Goncalves also graced the podium stage taking second in Male Outlaw Swim, third in Female Masters Skim, first in Male Amateur Skim, and first in Male Amateur Surf respectively.

There were smiles all day around the Supreme tent during the competition as VIPs returned from demo rides on new Supreme models. It’s hard not to have fun when you’re shredding the strongest wave in wake surfing. After the dust settled the results were posted and riders appeared at the podium during awards. See top three surfers in each division below and find full results on the CWSA website.

The Water Proof Tour is Centurion and Supreme’s eight stop series sanctioned by the Competitive Wake Surfing Association (CWSA) as a part of the World Series of Wake Surfing. The series has now taken the world’s best wakes, waves, and ride all over the country and all over the world with stops in Arizona, Washington, Japan, South Korea, and Canada. Don’t miss out on some of the best wake surf riders in the world and don’t miss your chance to get out on the water, enjoy your ride with the strength, surf, and spirit of Supreme Boats.

Juniors (Combined): 1st Reed Cole-Tucker, 2nd Turner Gebers, 3rd Jonah Feener

Female Amateur Skim: 1st Ashley Higgins, 2nd Lisa Acerno, 3rd Skylar Greenhawt

Male Amateur Skim: 1st Evan Hudson, 2nd Cody Travis, 3rd Cayden Haney

Female Amateur Surf: 1st Danica Hooks, 2nd Margie McKnight, 3rd Hazel Kelly

Male Amateur Surf: 1st Sammy Goncalves, 2nd Cole Reid, 3rd Garret Ashby

Female Masters Skim: 1st Janelle Harrington, 2nd Carley Newell, 3rd Holly Allaire

Male Masters Surf: 1st Mike Viland, 2nd Rob Harrington, 3rd Shawn Breedlove

Female Masters Surf: 1st Dawn Hooks, 2nd Kelley Marsh, 3rd Kari Danielson

Female Outlaw (Combined): 1st Rylee Steffen, 2nd Ashley Inloes, 3rd Kailey Grainger

Male Outlaw Skim: 1st Tyler Stewart, 2nd Brandon Tolliver, 3rd Jake Borton

Male Outlaw Surf: 1st Cole McKnight, 2nd Chad Carlosn, 3rd Callum Bondy

Female Pro Skim: 1st Bailey Rush, 2nd Erika Sos, 3rd Sara Tallon

Male Pro Skim: 1st Grant Witherall, 2nd Jarrett Scribner, 3rd Aaron Witherall

Female Pro Surf: 1st Ashley Kidd, 2nd Lily Anderson, 3rd Angie Viland

Male Pro Surf: 1st Connor Burns, 2nd Jake Breedlove, 3rd Dylan Ayala

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