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Regina’s new world record of 3-1/2 at 41 off approved by the IWWF

Regina Jaquess’ pending Women’s world slalom record of 3-1/2 buoys at 41-feet off has been approved buy the IWWF’s tournament council. (Watch her record-breaking performance here.)

Set while riding the 2017 Nano 1 on November 5th at the Isles Junior Invitational at the Isles of Lake Hancock in Winter Garden, Fla., the new record surpasses Regina’s own world record of 3-1/4 buoys at 41 feet off she set in 2014.

The new record is her seventh world slalom record of her career, with her first coming in 2009.

 

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GOODE skiers medal at Pan American Championships

Javier Julio (l), Jeff Surdej (c) and Blaze Grubbs.

From the Open ranks to the Under 13 divisions, GOODE skiers peppered the slalom and overall podiums throughout last week’s Pan American Championships, held in Boca Laguna Mexico.

The Championships featured nine teams from North, Central and South American competing in Open, Under 21, Under 17 and Under 13 divisions.

GOODE skiers taking home golds were Felipe Miranda (Open Men overall), Javier Julio (35+ Men slalom), Jeff Surdej (35+ Men overall), Lori Krueger (45+ Women slalom and overall) and Mark Stevens (45+ Mens slalom), while Regina Jaquess (Open Women slalom and overall), Jenna Morgan (Under 21 Women slalom and overall), Dorien Llewellyn (Open Men overall), and Kristy Kraus (35+ Women slalom) earned silver medals. Blaze Grubbs (Under 13 Boys slalom and overall), and Rodrigo Miranda (Open Men overall) earned bronzes. Surdej and Stevens also picked up a bronze medal in 35+ Men slalom and silver in 45+ Men overall, respectively.

Here’s how the team competitions ended up:

  • Open – Gold: Canada; Silver: United States; Bronze: Chile
  • Under 12 – Gold: United States; Silver: Colombia; Bronze: Chile
  • Under 17 – Gold: Canada; Silver: Argentina; Bronze: United States
  • Under 21 – Gold: United States; Silver: Canada; Bronze: Mexico
  • 35+ – Gold: United States; Silver: Canada; Bronze: Mexico
  • 45+ – Gold: United States; Silver: Canada; Bronze: Mexico

For team and overall results, click here. For full results, click here.

It’s difficult to track so many skiers over the course of six days of action, so if we failed to include you as a GOODE skier in the list above, or mistakenly did so, please accept our apologies and email us the details at team@goode.com.

Regina sets pending world record of 3-1/2 at 41 off

As if to put an exclamation mark on another dominating season, Regina Jaquess set a new pending world record at this weekend’s Isles Junior Invitational at the Isles of Lake Hancock in Winter Garden, Fla.

Riding the 2017 Nano One, Regina scored 3-1/2 buys at 41-feet off to top her own current mark by a quarter buoy.

If approved by the International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation’s Tournament Council, it will be her seventh world slalom record, her first coming in 2009.

Brooke Baldwin runs 39; sets new Girls 3 record

Less than a month after the American Water Ski Association approved her tie of the Girls 3 national slalom record, Brooke Baldwin upped the record by three full buoys and in the process became the youngest female skier ever – by a large margin – to run 39 off.

Brooke scored 1 buoy at 41-feet off at Saturday’s Isles Junior Invitational at the Isles of Lake Hancock in Winter Garden, Fla., to set a new pending Girls 3 record and become the eighth female ever to run 39 in a sanctioned tournament.

At 16 years old, it is believed that Brooke beat the previous “youngest ever” into 41 off mark by more than five years.

GOODE skiers top newly released IWWF world rankings

The latest International Water Ski and Wakeboard Federation world rankings are out and filled with GOODE skiers.

Team GOODE skiers dominate the Open Women rankings, with seven of the top 10: 1) Regina Jaquess; 4) Brooke Baldwin; 5) Karen Truelove; 6t) Clementine Lucine; 8) Kate Adriaensen; 9) Ambre Franc; and 10) Breanne Dodd.

In Open Men, Thomas Degasperi (5), Brian Detrick (6), Adam Sedlmajer (12) and Benjamin Stadlbaur (14) all make the top-15.

In the Junior ranks, Brooke tops both the Under 21 and Junior Women rankings, while Dane Mechler is No. 1 in Under 21 Men.

Karen Truelove (35+ Women), Dave Miller (45+ Men), Joy Kelley (55+ Women), and Steve Raphael (65+ Men) all top their respective Senior lists.

Click here for the complete listings.

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