Tigé Boats names wakesurf winners

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Tigé Boats and Wake9.com announced the winners of the MyWake Global Wakesurf Challenge, which ran during the summer. The event merged the wakesurf boatbuilder with the latest in web technology.

"The competition truly went global, with athlete registrations from eight countries, which is very exciting," said Daniel Gutierrez, director of design and marketing for Tigé Boats.

The Wakesurf Challenge allowed riders from anywhere in the world and behind any boat to submit video of their best run for the competition.

Click here to see the first-place winner in action.

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