Chad Scott skis a Personal Best at the Cottonwood Record Tournament on his new Goode NANO-”twist” and sets a new pending South Central Regional Record – 3 buoys @ 41′ off (10.25m). Great skiing Chad!
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In this video, Dave Goode of Goode Ski Technologies introduces their newest new competition water ski, the NANO “twist”. Go onboard the NANO “twist” with 34pmh/55k World Record Holder Dave Miller and Imperial Lakes Owner, Paul Donatt.
Discover what makes the All New NANO “twist” be the “Best Ski I have ever been on”.
Enjoy watching unique camera angles while the NANO is being discussed.
Online orders are now being accepted at http://www.goode.com/wsNANO.html
It is “Official”!
Regina Jaquess’s October 23, 2010 Pending World Record of 1-1/4 buoys @ 41 off (10.25m) has been approved by the IWWF.
In less than 2 weeks, the International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation approved Regina’s record, therefore removing the “Pending Status”, which now makes Regina the sole holder of the Official Women’s Slalom World Record.
You can click this link to watch the YouTube video of her runs – http://bit.ly/c5D7he
WINTER GARDEN, FL – Dave Miller (CAN) became the 2010 Big Dawg Champion this weekend at the season’s finale held at the Isles of Lake Hancock.
Dave Miller defeated fellow Canadian, Todd Johnson, by running 1 buoy @ 41 off (10.25m) and besting Johnson by 1/2 of a buoy. Skiing behind a Nautique 200, both skiers ran 39-1/2 off in all of their championship rounds. It was the first time in the Big Dawg Series that both skiers in the finals ran 39-1/2 off and challenged each other at 41 off.
“I want to thank the Lord for making this possible”, said a happy Dave Miller. “A big thank you to all of the sponsors that make this event happen.”, Miller continues.
“Boy, did my GOODE 9900SL MID save me a few times!”, Miller told Dave Goode. “It was truly amazing! I can’t believe that it just kept going, even when I got into trouble!”, Miller concludes.
Dave Miller lead a strong Team GOODE to the 2010 Big Dawg Finals. A total of 7 of the Sweet 16 were riding GOODE Skis.
Followed by 5 of the Elite 8 who were riding GOODE. Then with Dave Miller’s victory and Marc Shaw’s 3rd place it shows that GOODE Skis were the most dominate skis used during the tournament.
“I am really happy for Dave Miller!”, said Dave Goode. Dave spent most of his time this summer skiing 36mph (58k) and switching between the regular 9900SL at 36mph and the 9900SL MID at 34mph (55k). After the Colorado Big Dawg stop, Dave decided to re-focus on 34mph (55k) and really got his 9900SL MID dialed in”, Goode continues. “The GOODE 9900SL MID has proven itself as a real winner!”, Goode concludes.
Dave Miller uses a 65″ GOODE 9900SL MID (right) and PowerShell 5 Boots.
GOODE Skis are hand-built in Ogden, Utah to the highest quality standards. GOODE uses only premimum grade Pure Carbon Fiber to produce the best performing skis on the planet. GOODE Skis hold both the Men’s and Women’s World Records.
BRENTWOOD, CA – Todd Ristorcelli wins the Master Mens Division at the Diablo Shores Pro-Am by running 39-1/2 off (10.75) a couple of times.
Todd had switched off of his GOODE Ski to another brand just prior to the Friday qualifying round and actually failed to qualify for the finals. However, with the ankle injury of Dave Goode, a spot opened up for Todd to make it in to the Sunday Finals.
He then remounted his GOODE 9900SL with his PowerShell 5 Boots. Todd was the #8 seed and first skied against the #1 seed, and tournament host, Greg Badal. Todd ran 1 @ 41 off (10.25m) and Greg did not run 39-1/2 off (10.75m).
Todd is the Editor of WaterSki Magazine.
Second place finisher was Jay Leach skiing on his GOODE 9900SL MID and PowerShell 5 Boots.
The International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (IWWF) has ratified Regina Jaquess’ women’s Overall World Record set at the Cory Pickos Superstars, June 18-20, 2010, in Santa Rosa Beach, FL.
Regina Jaquess scored 4 @ at 39-1/2 feet off in slalom, 8,370 points in tricks and 176 feet (53.6 meters) in jumping in accumulating 3,186.34 overall points. A reduced trick score of 7,920 points was accepted after an international panel reviewed the originally submitted 8,370-point score. With the modification, an overall score was reduced to 2,945.85, which is still an increase over the previous mark of 2,934.6 points set by Jaquess last July.
The personal best 176-foot (53.6 meters) jump also tied of the Open Women USA National jumping record.
Regina uses a 64.25″ GOODE 9900SL with PowerShell 5 Boots.