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).
Analyze the techniques of the world’s best slalom skiers, and you’ll quickly realize the commonalities of their body position and movements on the water. The magic starts with their stance on the ski.
The question wasn’t if Nate Smith would tie or break the slalom world record, but when.
After setting the Women’s slalom world record of 3 buoys at 41-feet off at Cedar Ridge in June 2012, Jaquess returned to the lake again in June 2013 and tied the record again. In this video interview, Dave Goode talks with Jaquess about her record tying feat…
Twenty-two — that’s the number of 41-off passes that Chris Parrish has run since 2005.