At age 42, exactly 20 years after breaking his first world record, Jaret Llewellyn is looking to make a comeback at the 2013 world championships in Santiago, Chile, at the end of this year. Since 2010, however, he has been struggling off and on with some serious injuries.
Whether or not you’ve already seen it, Jaret Llewellyn’s monster Sky Fly leap of 299 feet is worth a close look. The gutsy nine-time world champ jumped one foot shy of a football field’s length on May 14, 2001 at the Nautique Big Air Challenge.
Jaret Llewellyn gives his water ski training tips for 35ers and over. 1. Increase Your Flexibility You really need to keep your body flexible as you get older. Once a day is mandatory, but you should go through a stretching routine twice a day if you hope to increase your current level of flexibility. This […]
Jaret Llewellyn, one of the most decorated water skiers in history, recently joined MasterCraft Boats‘ team of professional skiers.
Jaret Llewellyn’s Jump Crash from the IWSF World Cup 2009 in Dubna Russia. The crash occurred during a jump off against fellow Canadian Ryan Dodd, to decide first place in the opening world cup round.
BOAT REVIEW If running the course is your obsession, but bringing the wife and kids along has become part of the equation, the Ski Nautique 206 offers world-class wakes — comparable to it’s swerve-friendly little brother, the Ski Nautique 196′s — with more room and comfort for your biggest fans. Convenient walk-through access to bow […]
Stop six of the Mastercraft Pro Water Ski Tour 2008 went down in the record books at Trophy lakes in Charleston, South Carolina. Trophy Lakes, which is known for its “slow,” forgiving water, set the stage for a nighttime slalom battle between pro tour veteran Drew Ross and Nick Parsons. Drew went on to claim […]