The Final CWSA World Ranking for all athletes in the Amateur Divisions are posted in the link below.
In preparing and checking the Final List on Monday, it was discovered that there was an error in the announcement of the final rank order of the Amateur Women Surf division. At the awards ceremony following the World Wake Surfing Championship, the order of the first three ranked athletes in that division were erroneously announced.
The Winner of the 2016 CWSA World Ranking System in the Amateur Womens Surf Division is Cassidy Gale of the United States.
The second ranked athlete in this division is Tatiana Darguzhas, of Russia, and the third ranked athlete is Claire Morgan.
Our sincerest apology to each of these athletes for our error in this announcement of the top athletes in this division at the awards ceremony.
Should any athlete have any question about their 2016 points or their ranking on this final list, please feel free to email email@example.com.
Thank all of you for your support of competitive wake surfing, pushing the progression of the sport, and your continued support of the CWSA.
Have a great winter, we hope to see you all at a World Series event next year!
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The Competitive Wake Surf Association (CWSA) has been around since 2012 with the sole mission of growing wake surfing as a sport throughout the world. Today we have over 3,000 active members in over 40 countries and create the criteria for as well as standardize the scoring and ranking of athletes in their division throughout each event up to and including the annual World Wake Surfing Championship.