At only 15 years old, Jennifer Concienne has already proven herself as a future leader in wakesurfing. Jennifer is the first rider for Tige to sign for the Evolution Team, a highly talented team of amateur riders working their way to pro status. Dream what might be possible in wakesurfing and we are certain you'll see her exceed it in the next few years!
How’d you get into wake surfing? I grew up spending summers on my family’s boat. We all started wakesurfing about 3 years ago when we bought our first Tige. Jeff Whalers built me an amazing board and last summer my family and I traveled to all of the Endless Wave Tour Events. I ended the season getting 2nd place overall in the EWT Championship and 1st place in the Tige MyWake Global Challenge.
Where do you usually ride? Our home lake is Boyd Lake in Loveland, Colorado.
How stoked are you to be only 15 and already have a boat sponsor? I am SO EXCITED! Over the last year when I was competing at The Endless Wave Tour I really got to know the Tige riders. They are all amazing people and I realized how much of a family Tige Boats really is.
Living in Colorado can be tricky for training. How do you train during the off season? I try to stay as active as I can, even with all the snow piling up. I dance six hours a week and play on our Goofboard to stay in shape. As soon as the ice melts off the lake we bundle up and brave the cold to start training again.
Is there any rider that you’ve never gotten a chance to ride with that you would really like to? I would love to ride with Josh Kerr. I’ve always been really intrigued by ocean surfing and I think it’s really cool how he is taking his ocean background and applying it to wakesurfing. His style is really unique.
Who are your other sponsors? Soulcraft Boards, Wakeboard & Waterski Specialty