Everyone loves some fresh new faces. The World Water Ski Championships in San Bernardo, Chile, this past weekend brought in some new and excited skiers to the top of the skiing world. Among them are the big German boy Bojan Schipner; Freddie Winter, Great Britain’s new slalom star; 12-year-old Neilly Ross, the youngest skier to make finals; and the 6-foot-5-inch Canadian, Stephen Neveu.
This was the 37th World Cup Stop in the series of the International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (IWWF). Hot on the heels of last month’s World Cup Stop in Mandurah, Western Australia, it was another thriller.