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. Check out the four girls who are ending the 2013 season stronger than ever:
Erika Lang tricks 10,180 points
Erika Lang set a pending world trick record of 10,180 points this past weekend in El Centro, California, at the Imperial Lakes Skiers Choice Record. If approved by the International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation’s Tournament Council, the score will eclipse the current record of 10,040 points set by France’s Clementine Lucine at the Alexis Pickos Open in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, on Sept. 18, 2011.
Neilly Ross tricks 7,150 points
Just 12 years old and already putting up huge trick scores, Neilly Ross, Drew Ross’ daughter, knows how to swerve buoys like her father (having broken the Canadian Girls 2 slalom record with 1 buoy at 38 off a couple weekends ago), and now, she has broken another Canadian Girls 2 trick record of 7,150 points at Splasheye Rocketman Trick and Jump tournament in Polk City, Florida, breaking her previous record of 6,930 points.
Samantha Dumala 1 buoy at 39 off
Samantha Dumala broke Regina Jaquess, Caroline Hensley, and Makayla Haw’s national Girls 3 United States record of 4 buoys at 38 off with a huge score of 1 buoy at 39 off at just the age of 16 years-old.
Fernanda Naser 4 1/2 buoys at 35 off
A new Chilean Girls 3 and women’s slalom record was broken by 17-year-old Fernanda Naser, who skied 4 1/2 buoys at 35 off at Big Jims Buoy Bash in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida.