Bec Goes Under the Knife


Did you ever wonder how you would cope with a major injury physically, mentally and financially? Have you worried about how you would manage?

It has always been in the back of my mind. Every time I heard of a wakeboarder sustaining a major injury, I felt for them and I wondered how I would perform in the same situation. Then there is this sensation when the fear becomes reality and, in my case, the reality set in when I landed wrong off a kicker two years ago and twisted my knee. Although the knee swelled up, I was still walking and after a week or so I was riding again.

Dean Smith provides free ambulance ridesBut I was worried. I was worried it was something more serious and the fear of being out of action made me bury my thoughts. I tried not to act on it thinking if I kept strong and fit it would go away. Nevertheless, I decided to have an MRI at the end of the season and guess what? It revealed a partial tear of my ACL. They stated it was from a previous injury. I thought, “If I’ve been riding for six months and it hasn’t bothered me, it can’t be too bad.”

I continued riding for two years without any worries until a crash at the Masters in May kick-started a string of events that would ultimately take me out for the rest of the year. After the incident in Pine Mountain, Georgia, I decided to rest and strengthen the knee. However, an MRI revealed a tear in my meniscus and a large chondral [articular cartilage injury].

To read more, see the story on Wakeworld HERE

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James Gray & His Guiness World Record

James Gray & his World Record. from LJP on Vimeo.

One of my close friends recently broke the Guinness World Records for the longest time on a wakeboard (at a staggering 7 hours, 4 minutes and 27 seconds), all to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
This is his story…

Take a look and share this with your friends and family to raise as much awareness as possible.

James’ JustGiving page can be found at

Wörth The Shot

Wörth The Shot from The Cable on Vimeo.


“We created an environment that was worth to shoot on. With a great setup and great riders, this video is worth your time.“ – Nico

Starring Kevin Henshaw · Yanneck Konda · Brenton Priestley · Nico von Lerchenfeld
Severin van der Meer · Miles Töller · Alex Aulbach

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Shot on location at, Wörth a.d. Isar

Filmed and edited by Steffen Vollert