PILI, Camarines Sur – Another international event is slated at the Camarines Sur Watersports Complex (CWC) here that will once again feature elite professionals and amateur wakeboarders in Asia.
The Asian Wakefest 2010 slated Nov. 19-20 is part of a series of extreme sports centered at the CWC comprising a comprehensive sports tourism blueprint launched by Governor LRay Villafuerte that is projected to promote Camarines Sur as an international center of extreme sports.
The competition which offers a total prize purse of over P200,000 is open to all Asian riders to be conducted in the following categories: Groms (13 years and below), Girls (13 years and below) Junior Men (ages 14-18), Mens I (ages 19-25) Mens II (ages 26-30), Amateur Women (no age limit), Open Women (no age limit), Open Women Wakeskate (no age limit) (Pro Men Wakeskate ( no age limit), and Pro Men (no age limit).
The contest will feature master wakeboard rider Brandon Thomas of Orlando Florida who ranked third both in the 2009 WWA World Championships and the WWA National Championships.
Registration and membership may be sent by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org but entry fee of US$80 per division must be paid on-site.
The CWC with its two man-made lakes furnished with world class wake park facilities and on-site accommodations is fast becoming a sought after venue for various types of water based sports and has significantly boosted CamSur’s reputation as the most visited destination in the nations. – GBClaveria