HEGEDUS Akos of Hungary dominated the boys’ division while Sanne Meijer of the Netherlands reigned in the girls’ side of the World Cable Wakeboard Championships 2012 at the Deca Clark Wakeboard Park in Angeles City, Pampanga on Wednesday.
Akos piled up 64.67 points in Run1 and went on to beat Great Britain’s Harry Eames, who had 57.67, while another Briton Ryan Peacock came in third with 55.00.
The 15-year-old Akos finished second to Eames in the semis but saved his best for last to notch the victory in the event which gathered the leading riders and rising stars of the fledgling sport from 32 countries.
Meijer, on the other hand, outclassed the field in their side of the event, amassing 74.33 points in Run1 and finishing with a whopping 90-point output in the next.
Vanessa Weinhauer of Germany placed second with 66 points while Lottie Harbottle of Great Britain had 60.33 points to claim third place.
The event also features the men's and women's competitions in the Open, veterans and masters categories as well as the highly technical Wake Skate discipline.