Portland One of Four Cities to Host the 2020 Supra Boats Pro Wake Tour 

The Supra Boats Pro Wake Tour is making its first return to Portland, Oregon since 2007. With the help of Active Water Sports, wakeboarding’s biggest contest is coming to the Rose City on July 11th.

This family-friendly event is a great opportunity for spectators of all ages to get close to the action and watch the sport’s top athletes. Whether you are an avid fan or it is your first time attending a wakeboarding contest, everyone is guaranteed to have some fun in the sun. After the announcement, Active Water Sports GM Dan Lay released a statement saying “Active Water Sports couldn’t be more excited to help bring back the Pro Wake Tour to Oregon”.

This years’s tour stop will be held at Scoggins Valley Park in Gaston, Oregon. The third of the four tour stops on the schedule, this is the first time the Pro Wake Tour will be held at Hagg Lake. The manmade reservoir is located just 25 miles southwest of Portland, as you near Oregon’s scenic coastal range. In previous years this event was held at Blue Lake Park.

Active Water Sports couldn’t be more excited to

help bring back the Pro Wake Tour to Oregon

– Dan Lay, Active Water Sports General Manager

The Pro Wakeboard Tour features over 15 of the sport’s top athletes. The eight highest-ranked competitors from 2019 have automatically qualified for the tour. This year’s tour will include Cory Teunissen, Nic Rapa, Harley Clifford, Tony Iaconni, Jake Pelot, Tyler Higham, Cobe France and Mike Dowdy. The full roster for the tour will be announced after the final qualifying event on May 29th.

The Supra Boats Pro Wake Tour also includes its own wakesurf competition, the Pro Wakesurf Tour. Six of the most skilled wakesurfers on this planet will go head to head on the sport’s biggest stage. 2019 tour champion Sean Silveira, Parker Payne and Noah Flegel are the confirmed athletes so far.

This event is free and open to all ages so make sure to invite your family and friends!

Event updates will be posted regularly so be sure to visit our blog and follow Active Water Sports on social media.