Everett native Chad Douglas rides his wakeboard on Lake Washington. (Photo by Rob Adams)

Everett native Chad Douglas rides his wakeboard on Lake Washington. (Photo by Rob Adams)

VIDEO: What to expect at Wakeboard Nationals on Lake Tye

The 2018 Natique WWA Wakeboard National Championships begin Wednesday in Monroe.

The 2018 Nautique World Wake Association Wakeboard National Championships take place this week on Lake Tye in Monroe. From Wednesday through Saturday some of the best professional and amateur wakeboarders and wakeskaters from around the country and the world will be competing, with the pro finals happening Saturday.

Here’s some videos on what to expect.

First, the above video is of Everett native Chad Douglas and his training partner, Eddie Roberts of Redmond, who are competing in the Masters (ages 30-39) division.

Next, here’s Harley Clifford’s winning run at the 2017 Nautique WWA National Championships held in Acworth, Georgia:

Now here’s Meagan Ethell’s winning run at the most recent Wakeboard World Series event, the Malibu Factory Smoky Mountain Pro on July 1:

Finally, Roberts likes to spread some Christmas cheer around Lake Washington every holiday season:

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