The magnificent Lago los Morros site on the outskirts of Santiago, Chile, created the perfect mix of thrills and heartbreak at the 33rd World Waterski Championships, held November 26-Dec. 1.
The 33rd World Water Ski Championships will go down in the record books as one of the most exciting and highest scoring worlds in the history of the sport.
The U.S. Elite Water Ski Team won the overall team gold medal and four U.S. water ski athletes combined to win five individual gold medals in respective events at the 33rd Water Ski World Championships, Nov. 26-Dec. 1, at Lago Los Morros in San Bernardo, Chile.
The event took place on Nov. 2 in Katy, Texas, in Lakes of Katy. To catch some of the action of the show, click on the video links below and check out what Regina, Chris and Nate had to say about it all. Also check out the edited bonus video of world record holder Nate Smith barefooting and learning an ADV over the boat!
The Eagle World Record Challenge was hosted in Katy, Texas on November 2, and the event matched Regina Jaquess, Chris Parrish, and Nate Smith against each other in a three-round event to determine who could ski closer to their current world record.
Ever wonder which letter to choose for Zero Off? Do you need more of an understanding of what each specific letter does for your skiing? Let’s start off by saying Zero Off is comparable to a fin setting. There is no one setting that is right for everyone. In the end, you really need to find what feels best and works best for your style of skiing.
Pro water skiing has returned to downtown Orlando, Florida, the mecca of water skiing and wake boarding. Check out this short video recap of the event, and make sure to be there next year!
Pro skiing returned to Orlando’s Lake Ivanhoe on October 19th for the first time since 1989, as the world’s best slalom skiers, jumpers, and wakeboarders battled for over $30,000 at the Orlando Watersports Fest. Here’s a glimpse of the action in case you missed the event!
For almost a decade now, the Diablo Shores Pro Am has been one of the premiere water-ski tournaments held in the U.S.
Team Nautique skier, Nate Smith, set a new Slalom World Record at 2.5@43-off behind the world record setting Ski Nautique 200 this past weekend. The record was set at a tournament held at the Ski Ranch in Covington, Louisiana and is pending approval from the International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation (IWWF).