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Dallas Friday is a female wakeboarder. Friday's wins includes the ESPN ESPY Award for Best Female Action Sports Athlete, 4 X Games gold medals, and numerous World Titles. Friday began wakeboarding at age thirteen, and began competing at a professional level within a year. In her rookie season she captured the Americas Cup title and a silver at the X Games, where she was the youngest competitor. Dallas is named after a small town in North Carolina where her father was raised.

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  • Dallas Friday is a female wakeboarder. Friday's wins includes the ESPN ESPY Award for Best Female Action Sports Athlete, 4 X Games gold medals, and numerous World Titles. Friday began wakeboarding at age thirteen, and began competing at a professional level within a year. In her rookie season she captured the Americas Cup title and a silver at the X Games, where she was the youngest competitor. Dallas is named after a small town in North Carolina where her father was raised.
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  • Dallas Friday is a female wakeboarder. Friday's wins includes the ESPN ESPY Award for Best Female Action Sports Athlete, 4 X Games gold medals, and numerous World Titles. Friday began wakeboarding at age thirteen, and began competing at a professional level within a year. In her rookie season she captured the Americas Cup title and a silver at the X Games, where she was the youngest competitor. At age fourteen, Friday captured the gold medals at the ESPN X-Games and at the NBC Gravity Games. In 2001, she won the World Cup and placed first 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, Friday won every pro event but one, and in 2005 she won her third gold at the X Games. In 2006, Friday won the World, Nationals, Masters and the Pro Tour Championships, and in 2007 she was undefeated in overseas Wakeboarding World Cup events. Friday won the "Queen of Wake" title in 2009, as well as the World Title. In 2010 Friday suffered severe injuries that required 2 years of rehabilitation causing her to miss the 2011 season. Dallas is named after a small town in North Carolina where her father was raised.
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