Corey Bradley in action at the Suncoast Watersports park at Bli Bli. Photo: Barry Leddicoat/180808
Corey Bradley in action at the Suncoast Watersports park at Bli Bli. Photo: Barry Leddicoat/180808

Wakeboarding skills on show

Gravity Games champ Trevor Hansen and young gun Corey Bradley dropped in to Bli Bli to show why they have been known to leave the world in their wake.

The Suncoast Cable Watersports water run became the awesome playground for the pair from Florida.

The exhibition of all things gravity defying was a warm up to the round two American invasion of wakeboarding Australian Pro Tour being staged at Nudgee Beach in Brisbane on Friday and Saturday.

Hansen said he and Bradley, while fierce rivals, loved to hang out on tour together and strut their stuff.

“Wakeboarding is a really tight-knit community,” he said.



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