The Rocketman Night Jump returned to Lake Grew in Polk City, Florida after a two-year hiatus on October 13th (a tropical storm caused the event to be cancelled last year), and a gusty head wind in the day-time qualifying rounds certainly caused a scene.
Check out all the action from the 2010 Rocketman Night Jump, including a bikini contest and Guillermo Moreno de Carlos going head to head with Scot Ellis for his first-ever pro win. The inaugural Rocketman Night Jump was held Oct. 12 at Fluid Ski & Sports, which is located on Lake Grew at the Water Ski Hall of Fame in Polk City, Florida.
Guillermo Moreno de Carlos was crowned the 2010 Dark Knight at the inaugural Rocketman Night Jump at Fluid Ski & Sports on Oct. 12.
Watch Scot Ellis hit the ramp at his ski school, Fluid Ski and Sports, and see what it’s like to boost 200-plus-foot jumps, thanks to a GoPro camera mounted to Ellis’ helmet. Then listen to Ellis talk about his jump career, his young son, and what he likes most about the Ski Nautique 200 ski boat.
Fluid Ski & Sports will host the first-ever Rocketman Night Jump, which will crown the 2010 Dark Knight on Oct. 9, 2010. The event will take place in conjunction with the 2010 SplashEye Rocketman Record tournament, which will take place over the Oct. 9-10 weekend on Lake Grew in Winter Haven, Florida.
Go along for the ride as world-class three-event skier Clementine Lucine goes for slalom, trick and jump sets at McCormicks Ski School outside Tampa, Florida, and Fluid Ski and Sports in Polk City, Florida.
News from Fluid Ski & Sports: 2009 SplashEye Rocketman Record It is almost here . . . only 2 days to go before Fluid Ski & Sports hosts the 2009 SplashEye Rocketman Record this coming weekend, October 10th and 11th. The site looks great, both the east and west facing jump courses are now in […]