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Centurion Boats signs deal with Irish wakeboarder

David O’Caoimh is the newest member of the Centurion pro team

David O’Caoimh is the newest member of the Centurion Pro Team.

Irish wakeboarder David O’Caoimh has joined the Centurion Boats Pro Team.

A professional since 2011, the 23-year-old O’Caoimh has placed first in wakeboarding events 26 times. He is an eight-time Irish national champion and on the last weekend of August he defended his title at the Irish National Wakeboard Championships.

O’Caoimh is with the International Waterksi and Wakeboard Federation as a nation level judge and a test rider for the Wakeboard Worlds towboat selection.

After he evaluated the Centurion Ri237 the 2018 model was named the official towboat of the Wakeboard World Championships.

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