Pro wakeboarder Mizuki Takahashi

Pro wakeboarder Mizuki Takahashi

Mizuki Takahashi is a goofy pro wakeboarder from Japan. He lives at Orlando and is the adopted child of Cobe and Tarah Mikacich, proprietors of Freedom Wake Park. Keep an eye on this young rider (21 years old), he has got much talent.

Pro Wakeboarder

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Freedom Wake Park

Wakeboarding and wakesurfing are about fun.  When you’re having fun and you’re around people you enjoy, you will get the most out of your time on the water!  Our two head coaches, Cobe and Tarah Mikacich, are icons in the water sports industry. Both top level riders themselves, they have the experience to bring you to the next level. They have received the Coach of the Year award two years in a row, and most recently Freedom Wake Park was named School/Camp of the Year by the WSIA! Our focus is providing you with the most enjoyable experience possible. We play to our riders’ individual strengths and help them gain a better understanding of how each move works. We focus on the fundamentals of your riding, so that when you move on to harder tricks, you will learn them much more easily!

There are many great things about our set-up. We are located in Orlando, Florida, on our own private lake (no other boat traffic). The lake is large enough that we can run any direction on the lake and find calm water, which really helps with the learning process. The best thing about our school is that you’ll be working with great coaches that really care about each rider.

We offer instruction to all ages and skill levels for wakeboarding, wake skating, wakesurfing, and even stand up paddle boards!  We use Malibu and Axis boats; we currently have an Axis A22 and a Malibu 25 LSV.  You are welcome to bring your own equipment, or use our top of the line O’Brien boards.

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