Sean Silveira Takes 1st Place Overall at the 2018 Wakesurfing World Championships
Earlier this week Sean Silveira, the #1 wakesurfer on the PWT, took another big overall win in the wakesurfing world with a first place overall finish at this year’s World Wakesurfing Championships (WWSC). The 2018 WWSC showcased the world’s best surfing from riders like Sean Silveira, Keenan Flegel, John Akerman, Jake Caster, and Cole Sorenson.
After 11 events spanning all accross North America, Silveira took the overall crown at this year’s WWSC with a point total of 438.75 closely followed by #2 Jake Caster with 42.50, #3 Keenan Flegel with 425, #4 John Akerman with 405.00, and #5 Cole Sorenson with 371.25 overall points.
2018 Wakesurfing Worlds Results
Out of the 11 stops on the 2018 WWSC, Silveira took a podium spot at 9 of them. Of the 9 podium spots, Silveira took 1st place five times, 2nd place three times, and 3rd place once. You can see all of Silveira’s placing information for the World Wakesurfing Championships in the provided charts above.
“I was stoked to come out with the overall title in 2018,” Silveira said. “It was close all the way through and I have to give it up for my fellow riders this year. I’d like to thank everyone who has been involved with putting together the WWSC this year and I’m looking forward to a great 2019 season!”
About the 2018 World Wakesurfing Championships
The Centurion World Wake Surfing Championship presented by GM Marine is back for 2018 as the pinnacle wake surf event of the season. The 2018 WWSC will be held September 6th through the 8th in Ogden Valley, UT. Hosted by local Centurion Boats dealer BoardCo, the World Wake Surfing Championship will showcase the Worlds best surfing as well as offer an exclusive VIP experience for present and potential Centurion boat owners.Past, current and aspiring champions from all over the world are traveling to World Series of Wake Surfing events to earn a CWSA (Competitive Wake Surf Association) ranking that qualifies them for wake surfing’s equivalent to the Olympic Games, the Centurion World Wake Surfing Championship.