Held every four years, the Mediterranean Games, staged this time in Mersin, Turkey, attracted 4,000 athletes in 32 sports from 24 countries. A total of 52 different facilities were involved and many were constructed within the past eighteen months.
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.
With a combined 24 world water ski records, Clementine Lucine, Regina Jaquess, and Natallia Berdnikava are laying claim to the sport with an unthinkable level of domination. Women’s tricks has seen an epic surge in performance in the last few years. It took more than 25 years for the world record to climb from 8,000 […]
The 2012 Malibu Open hosted more than just record-breaking runs. This year saw the first annual WATERSKI Awards ceremony, where editor Todd Ristorcelli honored ten of the world’s best water skiers.
In case you weren’t in the boat as Clementine Lucine scored the World Tricks record with a 10,040-point run, here’s your chance to relive it.
Congrats to France’s Clementine Lucine, who set a pending women’s overall and trick record at Cory Pickos’ Ski School on September 18 in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. Lucine’s 3-event performance consisted of a 10,040 point trick run, a 163-foot jump, and a slalom run of 5½ @ 38 off.
The University of Louisiana at Monroe’s latest recruit, Alex Lauretano, has enjoyed an amazing fall semester by setting two pending national collegiate records.
Go inside WATERSKI‘s lighthearted lakeside brawl between Europe’s finest female water skiers — Clementine Lucine and Natalia Berdnikava.
ORLANDO, FLA (July 13, 2010) – Team Nautique skier Clementine Lucine set a new trick world record with 9,100 points behind the Ski Nautique this past weekend. The record was set at the Trofeo Sergio Zanardi Open located in Recetto, Italy and is pending approval from the International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation (IWWF). “I’m very […]