Check out the photo gallery of the World Champions of today and their competitors from across the globe. Continue on the next page for interviews with some of the World Champions.
Everyone loves some fresh new faces. The World Water Ski Championships in San Bernardo, Chile, this past weekend brought in some new and excited skiers to the top of the skiing world. Among them are the big German boy Bojan Schipner; Freddie Winter, Great Britain’s new slalom star; 12-year-old Neilly Ross, the youngest skier to make finals; and the 6-foot-5-inch Canadian, Stephen Neveu.
Lang’s trick world record of 10,180 points, which she performed at Imperial Lakes in El Centro, California, back in October, was approved a few days ago by the IWWF Tournament Council. At the age of just 18, Lang is one of the youngest skiers of all time to hold the world record. Watch her world record trick run below.
The event took place on Nov. 2 in Katy, Texas, in Lakes of Katy. To catch some of the action of the show, click on the video links below and check out what Regina, Chris and Nate had to say about it all. Also check out the edited bonus video of world record holder Nate Smith barefooting and learning an ADV over the boat!
Ever wonder which letter to choose for Zero Off? Do you need more of an understanding of what each specific letter does for your skiing? Let’s start off by saying Zero Off is comparable to a fin setting. There is no one setting that is right for everyone. In the end, you really need to find what feels best and works best for your style of skiing.
The all-new 2014 Cross-Over Collection marries the world record capable design of the Syndicate A3 with the ultra-efficient Clean Edge technology of the revolutionary Freeride ski, to create the perfect cross of performance and efficiency.
Pro water skiing has returned to downtown Orlando, Florida, the mecca of water skiing and wake boarding. Check out this short video recap of the event, and make sure to be there next year!
Twenty-two of the nation’s top collegiate water ski teams will compete in the 35th Collegiate Water Ski National Championships, Oct. 17-19, at Imperial Lakes in El Centro, California.
Join us on October 19th, 2013 at Lake Ivanhoe for Orlando’s Extreme Water Sports Festival. Will Asher will be there Bob Soven, Shaun Murray, Mike Dowdy and many many more. Who will get the gold? Buy your tickets here now!
An 18 year-old girl tricks a new world record of 10,180 points, a 12 year-old tricks 7,150 points, a 16 year-old slaloms into 39 off, and a new Girls 3 and national slalom record for Chile gets broken by a 17 year-old. All these girls are so young with a bright and promising water ski future ahead of them.