OGDEN VALLEY, Utah (September 5, 2019) – The Centurion Boats World Wake Surf Championship, presented by GM Marine, kicked off with exceptional action as the best skim style wake surfers in the world competed in semi final heats for a chance to ride for the crown on Saturday. Athletes from all over the world shredded the waves of the Pineview Reservoir as hundreds of spectators cheered them from the beach while thousands more cheered them from afar via the event’s free online live feed which is running from 8 am to the end of the competition each day.

Heats at the WWSC work like this; riders are split into two groups where they compete against each other and the top two riders in each group win a slot in Saturday’s finals. In addition, at the end of the day riders in Pro and Outlaw divisions that did not earn a slot in the finals compete in a Last Chance Qualifier round where the top rider earns a wildcard bid to the finals. Centurion Team riders Keenan Flegel, Sara Tallon, and Caro Villeneuve all advanced to the Pro Skim Finals through their heats while the newest Centurion Team ambassador Reed Cole-Tucker advanced to finals in his Juniors division heat.

In addition tons of folks enjoyed demo rides on the world’s best wave courtesy of BoardCo and Fred’s Marine. If you’re at the event today or tomorrow come and sign up for a surf session and let us prove it to you! While your here don’t forget to toss an axe thanks to Social Axe Throwing and check out all of the other great vendors providing fun, food, and swag on the beach. You can view all skim style finalists in the Outlaw, Pro, Masters, and Juniors divisions as well as a schedule for Friday and Saturday below. Today Surf Style riders are tearing it up and you can catch all the action on our free live stream here. Don’t forget to check back later for a recap and results!




Outlaw Female Skim

Maja Smietana (Heat 1)

Allison Hansen (Heat 1)

Ashley Inloes (Heat 2)

Whitley Stewart (Heat 2)

Dana Wright (Last Chance Qualifier)


Outlaw Male Skim

Adam Wheeler (Heat 1)

Mike Kunz (Heat 1)

Tyler Stewart (Heat 2)

Augustin Dorgal (Heat 2)

Vladimir Osadchiy (Last Chance Qualifier)


Pro Female Skim

Erika Sos (Heat 2)

Caro Villeneuve (Heat 2)

Jodi Grassman (Heat 2)

Sara Tallon (Heat 2)

Camille Goodwin (Last Chance Qualifier)


Pro Male Skim

Camron Swanson (Heat 1)

Jake Caster (Heat 1)

Keenan Flegel (Heat 2)

Sean Silveira (Heat 2)

Nick Parros (Last Chance Qualifier)


Masters Female Skim

Janelle Harrington

Megan Satterlee

Carly Newell

Taralyn Jolie


Masters Male Skim

Chris Bank (Heat 1)

Mark Walser (Heat 1)

Brian Hedeen (Heat 2)

Eric Grindland (Heat 2)



Afton Bank (Heat 1)

Reed Cole-Tucker (Heat 1)

Dagen Duczek (Heat 2)

Turner Gebers (Heat 2)




Day Two – Surf Style Heats:

7:50 am – Opening Ceremonies / National Anthem

8:00 am – Outlaw Female Surf (Heats)

8:52 am – Outlaw Male Surf (Heats)

9:52 am – Pro Male Surf (Heats)

10:50 am – Pro Female Surf (Heats)

11:57 am – Masters Female Surf (Heats)

12:36 pm – Masters Male Surf (Heats)

1:36 pm – Amateur Female Surf (Heats)

2:21 pm – Amateur Male Surf (Heats)

3:21 pm – Outlaw Male Surf Last Chance Qualifiers

3:47 pm – Outlaw Female Surf Last Chance Qualifiers

4:21 pm – Pro Male Surf Last Chance Qualifiers

4:54 pm – Pro Female Surf Last Chance Qualifiers

5:26 pm – End of Day Two


Day Three – Finals:

7:20 am – Opening Ceremonies / National Anthem

7:30 am – Outlaw Female Surf (Finals)

8:02 am – Outlaw Male Surf (Finals)

8:43 am – Outlaw Female Skim (Finals)

9:15 am – Outlaw Male Skim (Finals)

9:56 am – Amateur Female Skim (Finals)

10:22 am – Amateur Male Skim (Finals)

10:56 am – Masters Female Skim (Finals)

11:22 am – Masters Male Skim (Finals)

11:48 am – Juniors Combined (Finals)

12:22 pm – Amateur Female Surf (Finals)

12:48 pm – Amateur Male Surf (Finals)

1:22 pm – Masters Female Surf (Finals)

1:48 pm – Masters Male Surf (Finals)

2:22 pm – Pro Female Skim (Finals)

2:54 pm – Pro Male Skim (Finals)

3:35 pm – Pro Female Surf (Finals)

4:07 pm – Pro Male Surf (Finals)

4:40 pm – End of Day Three


About the World Wake Surfing Championships 2019: With a dynamic legacy of action sports event activation, Club Rec and have teamed up with the biggest retailers in wake sports in the mountain west and  Fred’s Marine along with arguably the best surf boats on the planet Centurion to focus on wake surfing’s premier event and working closely with the CWSA (global sanctioning body) to host the World Wake surfing Championship for 2019 awarded pursuant to their credentials. First time in Utah last year. Never the same place twice, until now. 24 years in the making.

About Centurion Boats: Creating the World’s best waves, wakes and ride since 1976, Centurion is a towed water sports boat manufacturer built on innovation and commitment to excellence. As a Correct Craft Company, we are charged with “Making Lives Better”. We embody this phrase with the boats we build along with the lives we live on and off the water. Centurion Boats is the perfect ride every time. To learn more about Centurion Boats, visit

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