August 19, 2012, Republ1c Wakepark, Nuvali- DC wakeskate athlete Tynna Rosero dominated the pro women’s wakeskate division of the recently concluded 6th Philippine Wakeboard Nationals held at the new Republ1c Wakepark in Nuvali, Santa Rosa, Laguna, Philippines.
Tynna preparing for her first cable wake ride. The boys behind were patiently waiting for her to shred. Photo by Michael Eijansantos.
This talented and dedicated female wakeskater proves that women can actually dominate a male dominated water sport. Photo by Michael Eijansantos
A winning smile. Photo courtesy of Michael Eijansantos
This Camsur local shredder proved that she’s still have what it takes to ride a newly constructed wakepark after a long wakeskate drought due to her stay in one of the islands in Visayas.
After losing not one but two pairs of shoes before the competition day, Tynna was in panic that she will might use a pair of Crocs sandals that she found in the cable wakepark area. She was relieved when her sponsor DC Shoes has a store in Nuvali. “I was so disappointed because I might not actually have my practice runs and not be able to compete”, said Tynna.
Tynna is looking for a perfect DC shoes at DC store in Nuvali for her wakeskate competition. Photo by Michael Eijansantos.
Now Tynna is ready to shred.
Photo courtesy of Philippine Wakeboard Nationals.
Tynna Rosero’s dedication for the sport made her one of the best female wakeskaters in the Philippines. Her ability to flip, grind and shove wakeskate board, being pulled by a cable which requires upper body strength is a sheer testimony of her unique talent proving that Filipina athletes are world class and can compete internationally.
Catch more of Tynna Rosero in some of the upcoming Wakeboarding events in the Philippines.
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For the results of the 6th Philippine Wakeboard Nationals, click here.