In this water ski video, watch WATERSKI editor Todd Ristorcelli get pulled through some butter sets in the slalom course by PCM Engines.
Zack Worden had the worst jump crash, going out the front. He did a complete front flip smashing down on his back during his first jump. Zack shook it off and jumped his way to tomorrow’s final.
Chris Parrish, Will Asher, and Marcus Brown absolutely destroyed 38’ off to earn the top three seeds. CP was actually running 39’ until he ran into some rollers at 5-ball. Of the top three, I would have to say Will looked the best.
Produced from December 2007 through November 2009, the Malibu Boats Corvette Limited Edition Sport-V ski boat has reached the end of its production run. The name Malibu Corvette Limited Sport-V always suggested that this Malibu boat wouldn’t be available forever. That time has come. The last Corvette boat has motored off the assembly line and […]
Wake skiing is building a rapid following among not only crossover jump skiers and three-eventers, but also freestyle snow skiers cross training in the summer. Wake ski technology has evolved along with the athletes, and the level of riding both on the cable and behind the boat has seen a huge rise in the past […]
Even the best wakeboarders in the world need to understand the fundamentals of a move to land it clean and be consistent. It's not about just going bigger or throwing something technically more difficult, it's about understanding each step in the process and focusing on the little things that really allow you to master a […]
A balanced ski is essential to ripping turns on both sides of the course. It's no use to have a ski that turns great on one side and like a transport truck on the other, so here are a few questions you can ask yourself to help you balance your ski and start carving fluid […]
Many of my students are trying to find an answer for the gates. Everyone knows that a wide tight-line gate with perfectly timed speed is the difference between making or missing your hardest pass. Of course, the real issue is having the confidence to combine all that when you need it the most. Aiming to […]
Nobody's perfect, and we all often find ourselves in a compromised position or two during a run. Next time you find yourself in the slalom doghouse, use these techniques to save your hide. 1. Slack at the buoySlack rope is the most common disruption of rhythm and timing skiers experience. Slack not only causes a […]
Losing outbound direction right before the buoy (or turn if you're free skiing) is a common problem that will stop you from setting up your turns and movements well. A lot of skiers today are trying to utilize new techniques (upper body counter, angulation, upper- and lower-body separation) at the apex of the turn. But […]