CENTURION'S CARO WINS THE WEST COAST WAKE SURF OPEN
Merced, CA June 14, 2013; Team Centurion Pro Rider Caroline Villeneuve won the West Coast Open. Caro as she’s known to the wake surfing world, has been training relentlessly, practicing for this wake surf season and it paid off Sunday as she took first place in the Women’s Pro Skim division at the annual event in Wheatland, California. The event paid her $1,500 for the victory.
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Centurion has long been the leading brand in wake surfing and this event proved it once again as all three Women’s Pro Skim division podium places were taken by Team Centurion riders. Bri Chmel, the reigning five-time World Wake Surfing Champion took second place and newcomer Taylor Dorey took third earning $1,000 and $750 respectively.
Caro had this to say about her win, "I had a killer stand-up pass which included a 180 Shuv-Indy and a Switch Big Spin so I was stoked! It was an amazing feeling being on top but an even better feeling standing there with my Centurion teammates Bri and Taylor as we took the entire Podium."
The World Series of Wake Surfing will continue June 15th at the Wake Anna Wake Surf Open in Mineral, Virginia. For information on this event, please visit here.
About Centurion: Centurion Boats is most recognized as the first boat company to produce a dedicated wake surfing boat and with its Enzo SV244 model, Centurion remains at the top-of-the-class in this space. In addition to world-class wake surfing boats, Centurion has been a pioneer in wakeboarding and slalom ski boat technology. Centurion held the first World Wake Surfing Championship in 1995, an event that has grown to become the world’s largest, annual, premier wake surfing event. Rick Lee, Centurion’s founder, is credited with being the first to utilize a v-drive transmission for water sports towboats in the mid 1990’s, something that’s common for all towboats today. For more information please contact Centurion Boats at 209-384-0255 or visit www.centurionboats.com.