The MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour had another phenomenal year with some exceptional pro athletes showing their extraordinary riding skills. In addition, this years tour stops showed incredible fan support, as there were record crowds in attendance. The final stop of the MasterCraft PWT was held in Reno, Nevada today with an exciting finish.
Coming into the Reno contest, Danny Harf was the leader on the season-long Indmar Performance Award points race by a mere 20 points. But after a great run by second-place MasterCraft rider Andrew Adkison, who lost yesterday, Harf was in good position today as long as MasterCraft's Rusty Malinoski, who was in third place, didn't take home the victory. Harf beat Daniel Watkins in the semi-finals and topped Phillip Soven for the title. Malinoski barely lost by four points in the semis to Soven.
With his victory, Harf finished with 450 points on the Indmar standings ahead of Malinoski's second place total of 401. Watkins, who's from Australia, finished third on the standings with 351 points.
MasterCraft is the exclusive towboat for the Pro Tour as it has been since the Tour's wakeboarding events began in 1992. Indmar Marine Engines provides the power for MasterCraft's line of competition towboats, the X Series.