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After setting the Women’s slalom world record of 3 buoys at 41-feet off at Cedar Ridge in June 2012, Jaquess returned to the lake again in June 2013 and tied the record again. In this video interview, Dave Goode talks with Jaquess about her record tying feat…
Whether you call them pickle forks, snub noses or hammerheads, wide-open bow designs are more popular than ever in wakeboard boats. In fact, virtually every wakeboard boat builder in our 2013 Boat Buyers Guide has at least one boat with some variation of the wide-bow design.
To ask Joel Howley what he plans to do in waterskiing this year he would reply, “I don’t really set goals, I want to break the world record as soon as possible so I just work towards that”. The 21 year old Brisbane, Australia native is quickly approaching that goal.
The Malibu Open Waterski Championship and Summer Festival is returning to Milwaukee’s lakefront Veterans Park Lagoon for the fourth consecutive year on June 21st and 22nd. Waterskiing’s top professional and junior athletes will compete in traditional slalom and long-distance jumping for more than $64,000 in prize money.
Centurion’s legacy as a leader in the watersports industry has been built on performance based technologies. This legacy continues today with the unveiling of the world’s most advanced ballast system and wake control technology – RAMFILL and CATS, both available on the 2014 SV244.
HO Skis proudly announces the addition of the tremendously talented and creatively driven Trent Finlayson to the global Syndicate team.
There’s nothing worse than being injury-riddled during the waterski season. The pain of missing any epic days on the water can be as great as that of the injury itself. Current world trick, jump and overall champ Natallia Berdnikava knows exactly what it’s like. “It’s the worst!”
The question wasn’t if Nate Smith would tie or break the slalom world record, but when. Smith ran 41 off 20 times before finally tying Chris Parrish’s slalom world record of 2 at 43 off this past weekend at the Little Mountain Spring Pro Am record tournament.
Check out this trick swerve video of Czech world overall champion skier, Adam Sedlmajer, world trick record holder and 2013 Masters trick champion, Aliaksei Zharnasek, and, overall skier, Jimmy Siemers, as they play around on their trick skis, throw some sick tricks, and show us what a fun set of trick skiing out on the lake should look like: