“Had you told me a few years ago that COURTNEY ANGUS would be Australia’s number one female rider I might not have believed it, I guess because Amber’s had that mantle for so long that I couldn’t see anyone else behind her. 

But as is always, the baton gets passed on, and what better representative of how much Australian women’s riding has progressed than Courtney Angus?  She is about as marketable a rider as you could possibly be – young, attractive and seriously talented. She is Hyperlite’s number one female face worldwide, having taken over the World Series in the past twelve months. She deserves every accolade she is now getting.  

But it isn’t just the results she gets, it’s just as much if not more the way she is going about getting them that impresses us so much.  She has never compromised on style.

Here is more than just rhetoric; she talks the talk and if you watch her ‘Girl Talk’ edit on Union you’ll see just how much she walks the walk.”


Latest Union Wake Magazine by the Editor, TOBY KNOX

“Building on last year’s dominating performances, Courtney Angus continued to blaze a path through women’s wakeboarding in 2015. In doing so she became the 2x reigning overall Monster Wake Park Triple Crown champ. Aside from more contest accolades though, Courtney continued to impress with extensive editorial coverage from magazines, websites, and videos. The best way to sum up Courtney’s year and impact on the sport might just be with her submission for Tigé’s My Wake video of the year, which went up against every other video and garnered wide praise and respect. With that the Queen of the Cable is once again the Alliance Female Rider of the Year.”

Alliance Wake Magazine Editor, - Bill Macaffray