Supra Boats wakeboard winner crowned in Georgia

The Supra Boats Pro Wakeboard Tour and Pro Wakesurf Tour at Dallas Landing Park on Lake Allatoona in Georgia was won by Australia’s Harley Clifford.
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The Supra Boats Pro Wakeboard Tour and Pro Wakesurf Tour at Dallas Landing Park on Lake Allatoona in Georgia was won by Australia’s Harley Clifford in the Men’s Professional Wakeboarding tournament.

Clifford landed a heelside 900, an indy double tantrum, back mobe 540 and toeside 720.

Boarders rode behind Supra Boats’ SE550.

Clifford said it was one of the toughest wins he’s ever had to pull through.

“The way Dowdy and Cory rode was insane and I didn’t know if I had it in me,” Clifford said in a statement. “I went for broke, and it was either going to be first or last place.”

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