Solid, consistent skiing by New Zealand’s Aaron Larkin earns him a third place finish with a score of 2 at 39 1/2 off.
Will Asher’s one ball at 41 off.
Jimmy Siemers finished in second place behind Aliaksei Zharnasek with a run of 9,530 points.
Whitney McClintock’s 5 at 38 off in the final round placed her in second behind Regina Jaquess.
Last year’s Masters slalom champ Nate Smith had to settle for second in 2013 after a missed gate at 41 off.
Regina Jaquess’ power pull to three ball at 39 1/2. The result? Another Masters course record (3 at 39 1/2 off) and back-to-back slalom titles.
Ryan Dodd’s “Beast Mode” jump style landed him as the top seed in the final round with a 229-footer, but in the finals he finished second behind Freddy Krueger with a 228-foot jump.
2013 Masters jump champ Freddy Krueger is undefeated this year after four major events.
Leading the women on the IWSF Elite standings, Marion Mathieu’s 170-foot leap was good enough for second place.
2013 Masters men’s slalom champion Will Asher didn’t know he won until an hour after the event. His score of 2 at 41 off was leading the round with Nate Smith as the final skier. Smith’s run of 3 at 41 off looked like a decisive victory until a gate review proved otherwise.
After placing second in 2011 and 2012, Australia’s Jacinta Carroll claims her first Masters jump title with a big 178-foot leap in the finals.
Qualifying for the Masters in the LCQ just a week before the event, 2011 Masters champion Jon Travers finished forth this year with a score of 1 1/2 at 39 1/2 off.
Floaty front flips and lightning fast spins defined Aliaksei Zharnasek’s hand pass that helped him win his first Masters title with 11, 520 points
After leading the first round, Karen Truelove ran 2 1/2 at 38 off in the finals to secure a third place finish.
Perfectly timing his approach into the wake with just the right amont of line tension ensures maximum lift off the wake for Aliaksei Zharnasek.
Regina Jaquess dials in her rhythm for a perfectly timed four ball turn at 38 off.
WATERSKI covers the entire world of water skiing! Every issue is packed with outstanding tips and expert instruction designed to help you become the hottest skier on the water! Whether you’re a recreational or a competitive skier, WATERSKI delivers the information you need!