When Reed began surfing is was clear that he had found an activity that was right for him. Reed just couldn’t get enough, after hours of surfing each day his family would have to literally pull him out of the water when it was time to head home. 2018 was somewhat of a breakthrough year for Reed as he began learning tricks, riding in competition, and learning more skills through surf lessons. In 2019 that hard work has begun to pay off, this season Reed has won five separate Competitive Wake Surfing Association (CWSA) sanctioned competitions all over the country and looks to further that success at the 2019 World Wake Surfing Championship (WWSC), presented by GM Marine, in Ogden Valley Utah 9/5 to 9/7. Qualifying for Worlds is no small feat, especially for a surfer so new to competition.
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