Goode skiers sweep girls slalom at Jr. Worlds, finish 1-2 in boys

Samantha Dumala led a Goode sweep in girls slalom, placing first while Erika Lang and Kara MacIntyre took second and third, respectively.
Yiannis Nathanail of Greece road his Goode NANO ONE to the gold medal in boys slalom at the Junior Worlds, while fellow Goode skier Santiago Robledo of Colombia earned silver. Photo courtesy of Greek Water Ski News.

Goode skiers swept the girls slalom podium and nearly did the same in boys at yesterday’s Junior World Water Ski Championships in Mulwala, Australia.

Samantha Dumala led the Goode/USA sweep by winning the world title as Erika Lang finished second and Kara MacIntyre third. Samantha and Erika tied in the final round with 1 buoy at 38-feet off, but Samantha come out on top in the runoff.  Kara scored 4 buoys at 35-feet off to win the bronze.

In boys slalom, Goode skiers finished first and second as Yiannis Nathanail of Greece earned the title with 2 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off and Santiago Robledo of Colombia took second with 3 buoys at 38-feet off.

Both Samantha and Yiannis train at Chet Raley’s Palm Beach Training Center, an official Goode demo center.

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