Jaret Llewellyn, Jodi Fisher, Karen Truelove, Nicolas LeForestier, Ageliki Andriopoulou, and Clementine Lucine took titles at the final stop of the International Waterski Federation's 2005 Waterski World Cup series September 24 and 25 at Enniskillen Castle in Northern Ireland.
Newly crowned World Champions LeForestier, Andriopoulou and Llewellyn continued their impressive winning streak in Enniskillen. Le Forestier dominated men's tricks with a score of 11,280 points – more than 1,000 points ahead of runners-up Javier Julio and Olivier Fortamps.
After crashing on his second jump of the finals, Llewellyn rebounded on his final jump to beat Freddie Krueger by less than a meter to take the men's jump event. American Mark Lane took third with a jump of 59.7 meters.
Andriopoulou bested June Fladborg by a meter to win the women's jump event. Lucine took third with a distance of 44.3 meters.
Lucine won Women's Tricks with a dominating 7,690-point score. Marina Mosti and Andriopoulou finished second and third respectively.
Truelove took the women's slalom title with a score of 3 at 11.25m, beating out fellow American Michelle Simpson by a half buoy. Sarah Green of Great Britain took third with a run of 1 at 11.25m. Fisher beat out Glenn Campbell in a runoff to take the men's slalom title.
The IWSF is expected to announce the winners of the 2005 World Cup series in the next couple days. The organization says it will also announce the 2006 World Cup calendar by the end of the year.