Team GOODE’s Regina Jaquess had a historic weekend at the Cedar Ridge Early Record in Canton, Miss., setting two pending Women’s world slalom records.
Her first pending record of the weekend came in the first round when she scored 2-1/4@41 off. She then pushed the record out even further in the second round with a score of 3@41 off. Both scores exceed the current record of 2@41 off that she first set last October and that Whitney McClintock tied in April.
The pending world records come less than a month after Regina won back-to-back pro tournaments, the 53rd Masters and the GOODE Atlanta Pro Am.
“Nobody is skiing better than Regina right now and she’s not slowing down any,” said Dave Goode, founder and president of GOODE Skis. “She’s healthy, in great physical condition and her GOODE ski is working exceptionally well. I can’t wait to see what she’s going to do with most of the summer and some big tournaments still to come.”
If approved by the IWWF, Regina’s score of 3 buoys at 41-feet off will mark the largest jump in the Women’s world record since 1996, when Kristi Overton-Johnson upped it by two buoys while also on a GOODE ski.