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Tigé announces wake surfing video contest

Tigé Boats and Wake9.com are teaming up for the MyWake Global WakeSurf Challenge, an online interactive video competition.

With mywake.tige.com playing host to the video competition, the site allows all viewers to watch contest video submissions and be part of the judging panel for their favorite surf sessions.

Videos will be accepted until Aug. 30. The competition is open for anyone to enter.

"We are very excited to work with Wake9.com to bring this revolutionary competition format. It is truly the first global wake competition that is accessible to everyone, as well as pushing the growth of wake surfing no matter where you live or what boat you ride behind," said Daniel Gutierrez, director of design and marketing for Tigé Boats.

Voting by viewers is available now, with final judging by official American Water Ski Association judges and announcement of winners in the various classes to be done on Labor Day.

Click here for instructions and registration information.

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