2013 U21 World Waterski Championships
“My goal for the tournament was to win jump. I’ve been feeling really good and consistent all year and I knew that if I just went out there and did what I’ve been working on I would be able to battle Tim [Bradstreet] for the gold.”–Daniel Efverstrom
Skiing last off the dock at the U-21 Worlds, American Brie Carter knew exactly what she needed to score to take home the gold medal. The score to beat: 2 1/2 at 38 off, posted by U.S. teammate Samantha Dumala. “I was nervous, but I went out there and did what I could,” says Carter. […]
“Top seed is always pretty hard because you’re seeing all the guys go before you and kill it, and you know you gotta go hard, but my run was pretty smooth right from the start. I knew where I was at, and I knew I could do it.” –Joshua Briant
After only four years of tournament experience and just turning 20-years old, Calgary’s Stephen Neveu has sky rocketed his way near the top of the men’s slalom world standings list with scores into mid-41 off. Check out his winning run at the 2013 U-21 World Championships at the Isles of Lake Hancock.
Ozzie skiing-superstar Jacinta Carroll is a winner on multiple accounts. For starters, she’s won the majority of pro jump events this season, has set multiple U-21 records, and is now the U-21 women’s world jump and overall champion.
The 2013 U-21 World Water Ski Championships have concluded and the champions have been crowned! Australian, Jacinta Carroll, took home two U-21 titles today as the Under 21 Ladies Jump and Overall Champion. Jacinta’s fellow Australian teammate, Timothy Bradstreet (wait until you see his stack!), won Under 21 Mens Overall. Daniel Efverstrom from Team Sweden won […]