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Dallas Friday

Dallas Friday

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Dallas Friday is the "winningest female wakeboarder in history," according to ESPN. 

Dallas' trophy case includes the ESPY award for Best  Female Action Sports Athlete, Four-time X-Games Gold medalist, and numerous  World Titles. Dallas was also a featured character in the video game "Wakeboarding Unleashed" and a cartoon character in Disney's popular show "Kim Possible." 


Dallas began wakeboarding at 13 years old and began competing at a professional level in her first year of wakeboarding. In her rookie season, she captured the prestigious Americas Cup title and won silver at the 2000 X Games, where she was the youngest competitor. At 14, Dallas captured the Gold at the ESPN X-Games and the NBC Gravity Games. In 2001, Dallas won the  World Cup at age 15. She also captured first-place finishes in the 2001 Malibu Open, the first two Pro tour stops, the Vans Triple Crown Ford  Ranger Pro, Cable Wakeboarding Nationals, and the X-cup. In the  2003-2004 season, Dallas won every pro event but one. In 2005, she accomplished a three-peat in winning Gold at the X-Games. 

Dallas was awarded the "Born to Lead Award" by Cosmo Magazine in 2005. In 2006, she won the World, Nationals, Masters, and Pro Tour  Championships and was awarded the coveted ArbVs Action Sports Award for Best Female Athlete. In 2007, Dallas dominated the overseas  Wakeboarding World Cup events by remaining undefeated. In the 2008-2009  season, Dallas dominated the podium, winning the coveted "Queen of Wake" Title, as well as the World Title after a fantastic year. In 2009, Dallas placed 1st in the World Games in Taiwan and 2nd in the  China World Cup. She was named in the "Top 25 Celebrities" in Central  Florida and "Best Name" by Orlando Weekly Magazine.

Dallas was voted ten years in a row the fan favorite in Wakeboarding Magazine readers’  poll. In 2010, Dallas suffered severe injuries that required two years of rehab, causing her to miss the 2011 season. In 2012, she returned to the sport she loved and won the 2013 World Championships. In 2014, Dallas won the Malibu Cancun Pro, WakeStock Canada, and WakeFest  Tennessee. In 2015, she saw the podium at every event, winning the Australian  Moomba Masters, WakeFest, and The Tokyo Pro.   

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