ORLANDO, FL (September 15, 2021) – Last weekend, Orlando Watersports Complex (OWC) hosted the 2021 Nautique WWA Wake Park World Championships.

Throughout the three-day competition of cable wakeboarding and wakeskating, countries represented were the United States, Brazil, Canada, Portugal, Sweden, Germany, Iran, Hungary, England, Argentina, and Japan.  The competition has two formats: traditional and features. Traditional allows each athlete one lap on the cable by themselves. The feature format has riders do tricks over ramps and rails.

The most incredible story written over the weekend was the Stuckey family performance. Homegrown by OWC for the past eight years, all four family members literally together took home World Titles. Shannon, the mother of the Stuckey’s, won the Master’s Women Traditional Division. Jason, the father took gold in the Veterans Features Only Division.

The show on the water took place when both Stuckey brothers were first and second together in both traditional and then swapped places for the feature divisions respectively. Trent was at the top of the Pro Men’s Traditional Division podium while younger brother Gavin received second. However, Gavin won the Pro Men’s Features Division while Trent earned second place. Trent Stuckey also won the Overall World Title making him the youngest rider ever to claim.

Kellan Rudnicki, Director of Operations at Aktion Parks (parent company of OWC) stated, “What a phenomenal turnout to have 11 countries in Orlando. Our team is honored to have hosted this event. I want to give a big congratulations to the Stuckey family. They are a special group and deserve every ounce of their titles. They have been integral in helping others achieve their riding goals too. Way to go!”

Below is a full list of placements at the 2021 Nautique WWA Wake Park World Championships.

PRO and JR. PRO 

Pro Women Traditional
1) Julia Rick
2) Meagan Ethell
3) Taylor McCullough

Pro Men Traditional
1) Trent Stuckey
2) Guenther Oka
3) Fynn Bullock

Pro Wakeskate
1) Josh Harris
2) Jake Kappler
3) Brandon Harris

Jr. Pro Traditional
1) Colby Zebarth
2) Tyler Cole
3) Hugo Randow

Pro Mens Features
1) Gavin Stuckey
2) Trent Stuckey
3) Fynn Bullock

Pro Women Features
1) Julia Rick
2) Meagan Ethell
3) Annie Best

Jr. Pro Features
1) Hugo Randow
2) Colby Zebarth
3) Labryn Depta


Adaptive Sitboarding 

1)  Alexander Helander



Mens Features 

1) Woody White

2) Ian Smith

3) Connor Durkin


Masters Features 

1) Hunter Hanson

2) Norbi Vasko

3) Aaron Cutler


Veteran Features 

1) Jason Stuckey

2) Fabricio Santos

3) David Broadway


Open Women Features 

1) Campbell Scarborough

2) Riki Tarr

3) Payton Gibney


Juniors Features 

1) Jaden Garcia

2) Cooper Scarborough

3) Kevin Jonsson


Kids Features 

1) Isaic Claudio

2) Jeven Garcia

3)Preston Persichetti



1) Evan Cole

2) Jacson Carlino

3) Hudson Haynie



Masters Men 

1) Hunter Hanson

2) Aaron Cutler

3) Norbi Vasko


Masters Women 

1) Shannon Stuckey

2) Shima Amini

3) Eve Ferguson


Adaptive Sitboarding 

1) Alexander Helander



1) Andreas Voss

2) David Broadway

3) Jason Stuckey


Open Women 

1) Kodi Imondi


Men’s Finals 

1) Ian Smith

2) Carl Killholm

3) Allan Wlodarczyk


Amateur Women 

1) Riki Tarr

2) Hannah MacDonald


Jr. Women Traditional 

1) Payton Gibney

2) Sofia Maruszak

3) Hinano Kishida


Jr. Boys 

1) Evan Cole

2) Jackson Carlino

3) Blake Ferguson



1) Isaic Claudio

2) Preston Persichetti

3) Bryce Lyles


Jr. Men 

1) Donny Graves

2) Kevin Jonsson

3) Jaden Garcia


All photos by Tim McGee and Max Blakesberg.

About Aktion Parks: Aktion Parks, a subsidiary of Correct Craft, delivers customers an active, watersports lifestyle that is safe, healthy, family friendly, and environmentally conscious. Aktion Parks owns and operates two of the most recognized parks in the world, Orlando Watersports Complex and Miami Watersports Complex. To learn more about Aktion Parks visit www.aktionparks.com.

About Correct Craft: Celebrating 96 years of excellence in the marine industry, Correct Craft is a Florida-based company with global operations. Focused on “Making Life Better,” the Correct Craft family includes Nautique, Centurion, Supreme, Bass Cat, Yar-Craft, SeaArk, Parker and Bryant boat companies, Pleasurecraft Marine Engine Group, Watershed Innovation and Aktion Parks. For more information please visit www.correctcraft.com.