We were on the edge of our seat today, for the final day of competition at the WWA Wakeboard World Championships in Orlando, FL. We weren't there in person to witness the action, but thanks to the constant Twitter updates from @TheWWA we didn't have to be. @MalibuBoats followed the tweets all day until this one came across Tweet Deck.
@TheWWA: @thewwa Pro Women Finals: http://twitpic.com/fvqv0 (This link takes you to a picture of the final results. Team Malibu's Dallas Friday finished on top with 92.75 points.)
The WakeWorld.com recap reads "In the Pro Women division, Orlando's own Dallas Friday made a splash on her hometown waters today, winning her first world title since 2006 - the fourth of her career. England's Nicola Butler finished in second place, while Aussie Amber Wing took third."
What we didn't realize is not only did Malibu's star female pro rider become the World Champion again today, Dallas also earned her first Queen of Wake title. Wake Girls (@WakeGirls) Clued us in on this piece of info and got an immediate RT (retweet) from @MalibuBoats.
@WakeGirls: Dallas Friday wins the 2009 Queen of Wake title. Congrats!
The 2009 Worlds served as the final event in both the King of Wake and Queen of Wake series. With today's win, Dallas Friday was launched to the top of the series overall point standings, earning Dallas her first Queen of Wake crown. She also earned a cash bonus and a year's worth of bragging rights.
We are unbelievably proud of your Dallas! Way to get the win! Both of them...
Visit WakeWorld.com to read the entire WWA Wakeboard World Championships recap article.
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