The Body Glove Moxie Pro Series presented by Supra Boats was capped off with two huge events just outside of Atlanta, Georgia this past weekend. The boat event was hosted by the Pro Wake Tour at Lake Lanier and the following day the cable event and closing party were hosted by the infamous Terminus Wake Park. All of the girls at both events absolutely put on an amazing show.
Boat Event With the PWT
In a brilliant collaboration with the PWT, the Moxie Pro Series final boat event was hosted by the Pro Wakeboard Tour at their venue on Lake Lanier this past weekend.. The women took advantage of the perfect wake behind the Supra SA 550 and put on an incredible show highlighting their prowess behind the boat. Based on the cheers from the crowd on hand, it seemed clear that they were thrilled to see the women on the water.
The conditions were a bit rolly for the women’s final which forced the girls to closely consider their strategy and take some chances. Whatever Jamie Lopina came up with seemed to work as she was the solid standout behind the boat with her smooth style and huge moves. Jamie’s ability to land a series of technically diverse tricks and complete her full run were the key factors in her win. Eugenia De Armas from Argentina put down some of the most technical moves of the day but ended up falling before her final moves, still managing to earn a solid second place. Taylor McCullough rounded out the podium with her time earned experience.
Cable Event at Terminus Wake Park
At Terminus Wake park, Jamie “FB” Lopina, Terminus local Rivers Hedrick and global cable standout Julia Rick put on the best 12 minutes of Women’s wakeboarding anyone has seen to date. All of the girls stomped 720’s off the kickers, locked in on every rail, spinning both directions in the same hit and had solid rail to rail transfers on the same feature. John Dreilling said, “I was really impressed, EVERYONE was really impressed! The girls put on a really great show.”
The day opened with Body Glove SUP Yoga, Wake Well church service with coffee and donuts, Liquid Force Girls Learn to Ride and all of the pro women (boat girls included) practicing and warming up for the event. The day ended with free food, beer, music and an impromptu kicker & big air contest. To say it was an amazing day for the local community and for women’s wakeboarding would be an understatement.
The Body Glove Moxie Pro Series presented by Supra Boats could not have asked for a better venu for the final day celebration & Girls Learn to Ride event. Terminus Wake Park’s staff are truly second to none. Their team of incredible people truly care about the sport and the riders and went out of their way to make sure the course was perfect, the riders were comfortable and that everyone was having a great time.
The Team at Terminus Wake Park with guidance from Anna Nikstad and Terminus local Rivers Hedrick hacked the Unit laden course to create one of the most unique setups any of the girls had seen. So much so that the locals were frothing to ride the event lake, every down minute on the cable was filled with young local rippers. Watch the videos closely to get a feel for each of the sections.