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  • n. Someone who takes part in wakeboarding

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Examples

  • Mr. Bader kiteboards in New York waters nine or 10 months of the year and is also an avid tennis player, windsurfer, wakeboarder, surfer, skier and rollerblader.

    A Cut Above Rest

  • WakeBrothers follows pro wakeboarder Philip Soven and his 19-year-old brother Bob as they take sibling rivalry to a new level in competition.

    MTV Orders Two New Scripted Series, Four Reality Shows

  • Twenty-six-year-old Cameron Wynne is a champion wakeboarder and fan of the electro-funk band Chromeo.

    The Future Is Back

  • But driving the boat under the bridge while towing a wakeboarder was dangerous.

    The Boys Next Door

  • When the 21-year-old former Spicer, Minn., resident said she wanted to become a professional wakeboarder, a few were skeptical of her ambitions.

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  • But Canada also lost a medal when wakeboarder Aaron Rathy tested positive for a banned substance.

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  • A failed drug test has cost Canadian wakeboarder Aaron Rathy his silver medal at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico.

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  • Jan. 11 Bloomberg -- Gorden Wagener, a former competitive wakeboarder and hobby oil painter who's led Mercedes-Benz design for two years, likes to drive in low gears to feel the rumble of the engine, regardless of the noise.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • A wakeboarder gets a tow on the Milwaukee River on Saturday in

    JSOnline.com

  • BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Authorities say a speed boat pulling a wakeboarder and a fishing boat collided on a southern Indiana reservoir, killing a woman and her young grandson.

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