The International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation hosted the Waterski World Championships last week in Groveland, Florida.
Nautique Team athlete Jacinta Carroll won the Women’s Jump division with a 195 ft (59.4m) jump, ultimately breaking the event record.
During the preliminary rounds on Friday, Jacinta had already broken the event record with a 192ft (58.5m) jump. But she went one step further and broke her own record during the final round on Sunday and sealed her fifth World Championship title.
Ryan Dodd returned from injury with another incredible performance, jumping 232ft (70.8m) and earning the victory.
In the Women’s Trick Division, Anna Gay placed first with Neilly Ross in second and Erika Lang in third spot. Team Nautique skier Pato Font also earned a spot on the podium of the Men’s Trick division in second place.
“Congratulations to all of the skiers who took home World titles and delivered record setting performances during this amazing week of action,” said Nautique President Greg Meloon. “I am extremely proud of the team for their strong performance at the IWWF Waterski World Championships. The record-setting Ski Nautique delivered beyond high expectations providing the platform for incredible athlete performances!”