After a season marked by injuries and changes in event formats, the Pro Wakeboard Tour Lenoir City stop embraced a traditional style event that fans and athletes alike have come to love. The return to this format was met with resounding enthusiasm, as spectators enjoyed a thrilling display of athleticism and skill.

Nic Rapa emerged as the star of the show, securing the first-place position in the Pro Wakeboarding Finals with a spectacular run that earned him a score of 90.67. The competition was fierce, with Cory Teunissen closely trailing in second place with a score of 83.67. Shota Tezuka claimed the third spot with a score of 77.00. Tyler Higham, Jamie Huser, and Sam Brown showcased their skills and determination, securing fourth, fifth, and sixth places respectively with scores of 76.00, 64.33, and 33.33.

Nic Rapa -90.67
Cory Teunissen – 83.67
Shota Tezuka – 77.00
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