The 2015 Wakeboard World Series travel to four rounds within the United States as well as Mexico, Brazil, Canada, a return to Japan, and for the first time, the WWA World Championships will be held in Portugal.
“Malibu has done a great job with the Evolution Pro Series,” said Malibu Pro Team rider Phil Soven. “Events like the Malibu Tokyo Pro give us a chance to perform at our best, in front of large enthusiastic crowds, right in the heart of Tokyo. We know that the competition is going to be fierce and that drives us to raise the bar.”
The Wakeboard World Series is returning to Japan after a hiatus, but the enthusiasm for the sport is still strong in the land of the rising sun, which has a long and storied history with wakeboarding. The event at Odiaba is popular with the riders as they get to experience Japanese culture as well as compete in front of amazing crowds. The Tokyo Pro will set the stage for the final Malibu Evolution Pro Series event scheduled for Houston in October. Stay tuned.
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