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.
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 2013 Canadian Waterski Championships presented by Nautique are returning to the Predator Bay Waterski Club in Calgary, AB, August 10-14.
When over one million residents of the City of Cali in Colombia turned out to greet the athletes from 101 Countries to the 2013 World Games, it was clear that this would be a very special experience for all involved.
After the World Games, the McClintocks will be returning to Canada for the Calgary Pro Shootout August 8-9 and the 2013 Canadian Waterski Championships August 10-14. Both at the Predator Bay Waterski Club in Calgary, AB.
If you’re in Orlando this weekend (May 3-5), come meet team Radar skiers and help support the fight against cancer. Listen to what the “Champion Maker” Matt Rini has to say about the special event known as Skierpalooza. Directions: 13500 S Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32837 For more information go to: skierpalooza.com or ocwaterski.com
Carving a big spray in the open water is the number one reason why you learned to slalom; there’s no denying it. Big spray is king.
Whitney McClintock’s high point of the season came when she tied the women’s slalom world record on Easter morning, April 8, running 2 at 41 off in Winter Garden, Florida. From there, though, it all seemed to have gone downhill.
Ever wonder how much a coach can really help your skiing? Skiers like Whitney and Jason McClintock are believers!
Team RadaR got together during dealer days to put on a one of a kind night contest unlike anything else. Instead of a traditional format, each person was given 5.5 minutes to see how big of a score they could put up. Watch this teaser vid to see some of the action that went down and see the full story HERE.