MarineMax store sponsors Missouri wakeboard event

MarineMax Branson in Missouri, in conjunction with Empire Wake, will host the third annual Table Rock Boardfest on Saturday.
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MarineMax Branson in Missouri, in conjunction with Empire Wake, will host the third annual Table Rock Boardfest on Saturday.

Check-in begins at 9 a.m. and the first riders will start competing at 10 a.m.

The competition is open to all ages and levels of ability. Entry fees are $40 per athlete, per division and the event will be held at Rock Lane Resort in Branson. Spectators are welcome and will be admitted free.

“This is the third year we have held this popular event, and this year it is going to be even bigger,” MarineMax Branson store manager Zane Stevenson said in a statement. “All the riders will get a chance to experience the Super Air Nautique G23 and its superior wake that integrates new technologies to create the world’s best surf and wakeboard wake.”

There will be seven wakeboard divisions, including Grom’s (age 12 and under), beginners, intermediate, women’s, advanced and open.

For wakesurfing there are four divisions: beginner skim, beginner surf, advanced skim and advance surf.

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