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GOODE Skis Sweep All Divisions at Diablo Pro-Am

BRENTWOOD, CA – Skiers riding on GOODE Skis made a clean swept all of the divisions. Chris Parrish (USA) defeated Will Asher (GBR) in the Open Men’s Division by running 3-1/4 buoys @ 41′ off.

Karen Truelove (USA) won the Open Women’s Division by running 3 buoys @ 39-1/2′ off to defeat fellow GOODE Team member, Regina Jaquess (USA).

Chad Scott (USA) won the Master Men’s Division by running 2 buoys @ 39-1/2′ off and beating fellow GOODE Team Member, Dave Miller (CAN).

Danny Anderson (CAN) won the Amateur Division on a 13 year old GOODE 9100.

GOODE Skiers Ben Favret and Marc Shaw, 1st and 2nd in Big DAWG Finals

WEST PALM BEACH, FL – Ben Favret (Windermere, FL) won the 2009 O’Brien Big Dawg Slalom Series Night Finals Championship, presented by Nautiques, for the second consecutive year. He won on his GOODE 9900SL Friday night, with the course lighted with GOODE PowerBuoys, at Okeeheelee Park.  Marc Shaw (Orlando, FL) finished in 2nd place on his GOODE 9900SL and PowerShell Boots. Thierry Malhomme and Scott Larson were 3rd and 4th and Chad Scott finished in 5th place on his GOODE 9900SL and PowerShell Boots.

50 of the top 34mph/55kph skiers in the world skied twice on Thursday during the two qualifying rounds. The first round of the “Sweet-Sixteen” then competed head-to-head in daylight on the North/South Lake.  The competition then moved to the East/West Lake, where GOODE had prepared a special treat for the skiers and the spectators for the night finals that would determine the eventual “Big DAWG”.

The entire water ski course was lit with the GOODE PowerBuoy System. GOODE PowerBuoys have a 7.5 watt Xenon Bulb in the center of the buoy which is powered by an underwater battery pack that provides over 3 hours of illumination. The GOODE PowerBuoy was developed by Mens 3 skier, Jeff Milford (Draper, UT), and GOODE Ski Technologies.
 
“It was a great night for water skiing!”, said Dave Goode, President and Founder of GOODE Ski Technologies (Ogden, UT). “The Big DAWG Finals were a great venue to debut the new GOODE PowerBuoy System. It was also nice to see the GOODE 9900SL take 1st, 2nd and 5th place in such a competitive field!”, continues Goode. “The entire night finals event took a lot of coordination by GOODE, the Big DAWG staff, the organizing club and the officials, but it will certainly set a new standard for spectator appeal.  It looked as if there were over a thousand spectators on site and an estimated 10,000 fans were viewing on-line during the live webcast.”, continues Goode.  “The Big DAWG Night finals, lit by GOODE PowerBuoys, appeared to be a tremondous success and I am sure there will be many more night events in the future.”, concludes Goode.

You can learn more about the GOODE 9900SL and GOODE PowerShell Boots by visiting www.goode.com . For more information about the GOODE PowerBuoy System, you can email GOODE at goode@goode.com.

BIG DAWG Finals – A Large Field of GOODE Skiers

With the two Big DAWG qualifying events complete, the stage is set for the finals,  to be held August 13-14, 2009, during the 67th GOODE Water Ski National Championships held at Okeeheelee Park, in West Palm Beach, FL.

Skiers could get automatic placement  into the Big DAWG Finals based on making the “Sweet-Sixteen” at one of the two qualifying events. The skiers that made the finals this way were; Thierry Malhomme, Scott Greenwood, Chad Scott, Harold Hintringer, Jay Leach, Todd Johnson, Ben Favret, Bruce Dodd, Greg Badal, Mike Baldwin, Jeff Danos, Scot Jones, Chet Raley, Mike Dehlinger, Marc Shaw, Scott Tynan, Kyle Tate, Steve Ware, Kim Contos, Darren Janzig, Jay Leach and Kreg Korinek.

The remaining field of skiers was selected as follows: the first 50 percent based on best single score, and the second 50 percent based on best cumulative scores at any of the two qualifiers.  SEE FINALS SKIERS HERE.

The preliminary rounds for the series championship will be on Thursday, August 13 on the North-South Slalom Lake. The 8-skier head-to-head finals will be held under the lights on Friday, August 14. The final 8 head-to-head can be seen via a live Webcast.

About 50% of the  Big DAWG Finalsists will be using GOODE Skis;  more than any other brand of water skis. David Miller (CAN) had the highest score in the qualifying events of 4 buoys @ 41′ off and uses a GOODE 9900SL and PowerShell 5 Boots.

Ogden City Mayor Honors Karina Nowlan and Dave Miller

OGDEN, UT – Ogden City’s Mayor, Matthew Godfrey, honored Dave Miller and Karina Nowlan for their achievements by proclaiming a day named in each of their honor.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009 was named, “Dave Miller Day” in Ogden. Wednesday, June 17, 2009, was named “Karina Nowlan Day” in Ogden.

“I am very proud of your accomplishments!”, said Mayor Godfrey. “We are glad
that you have come from your home countries, Canada and Australia, to visit us
here in Ogden.”, continued Mayor Godfrey. “Whereas, you compete on water skis
and water ski bindings made right here in Ogden, by GOODE Ski Technologies, I do
hereby proclaim the next two days named after you!

Congratulations!”, Mayor
Godfrey concluded.

GOODE Ski Technologies relocated its corporate headquarters to Ogden, UT in 2004.

Karina Nowlan tied the women’s slalom World Record in September, 2008. Dave Miller set a pending 34.2mph/55k slalom World Record earlier this month. Both Karina and Dave are sponsored by GOODE Ski Technologies and ski on a GOODE 9900SL with PowerShell Boots.

Dave Miller Wins Big Dawg #1, Sets Pending World Record

COVINGTON, LA – Dave Miller (CAN) won the Big Dawg Qualifier #1 on June 14th, which was held at beautiful Ski Ranch. In the finals, on his way to victory, Dave set a new pending Canadian and World Record by running 4 buoys at 41′ off/10.25m at 34.2mph/55k.

“I could have run that pass.”, said Dave Miller. “I was so wide and early at 3 buoy, I really think that I could have run the whole thing!”, Miller continued. “My firm flexing GOODE 9900SL really helped me in the warm/soft water to keep the ski moving at the end of the turn. I want to thank Dave Goode for building a great ski for me.”, Miller concludes. 

Dave rode a GOODE 9900SL and PowerShell 5 boots during his record setting runs.

Click on the above YouTube link to see a video of Dave’s record setting run. At the end of the video are some Raw Video Outtakes for more runs and Big Dawg event video clips.

Family wins with GOODE Skis

Congratulations to the Bradstreet Family, from Australia, who sent the following email and photos to Dave Goode.

Hi there,

I just wanted to let you know about some fantastic results achieved by my family riding GOODE skis.

My 17 year old daughter, Alyce and her 16 year old brother Tim are 3 event skiers and my husband James is a single event skier. Recently, at our NSW state titles, Alyce, skiing in U/17 girls, won all of her events and slalomed into the 12m line on both rounds. Tim opted to ski in the Open Men’s division and won all three disciplines. The slalom was nail-biting stuff with the scores being tied for first place (2 @ 11m), a run-off was held. Tim backed up his previous rounds with a 2 1/2 @ 11m to win gold. James placed second in the O/45 men’s slalom.

The Nationals were held the following week and Alyce & Tim skied U/17 division. They both won all events and are both U/17 National champions. Tim equaled the Australian U/17 slalom and jump records and broke the U/17 and U/21 overall records. James again placed 2nd in the O/45 men’s division.

Alyce rides a GOODE 9800 SL Maika’i, Tim rides the GOODE 9600 (185amp), and James the GOODe 9600 (175amp).

I have attached some photos from the competition.

Kind regards,

Cathie

GOODE to Support BIG DAWG Series


OGDEN, UT – GOODE Ski Technologies announced today that it will be supporting the 2009 O’Brien BIG DAWG Series, presented by Ski Nautique, with a ‘GOODE Bucks Prize Package Contingency Program’ for GOODE skiers.

GOODE will be awarding $2,000.00 worth of ‘GOODE Bucks’ for first place, $1,000.00 for second place and $500.00 for third place at the BIG DAWG finals, which will be held in West Palm Beach, FL, August 13-14, 2009. To qualify for this program, skiers need to compete in the BIG DAWG events with a GOODE ski, GOODE PowerShell boot system or a GOODE PowerVest system. ‘GOODE Bucks’ can be used to buy products from GOODE (goode.com), such as CARBON Fiber water skis, snow skis, ski poles and much more.

“We are happy to announce this program.”, said Dave Goode. “We have been working with Greg Davis for a way that we could be involved with the BIG DAWG Series this year. Greg suggested this type of format as a good option as he explained that it is done quite regularly in other sports, such as motorcylce racing. Eagle Sports has a similar program in place already for the 2009 BIG DAWG Series.”, Goode continues. “The level of competition in the BIG DAWG Series is really high and we want to reward the top skiers for all of their efforts with some “DAWG FOOD”. GOODE skiers have won 2 of the past 3 BIG DAWG championships and we are looking forward to paying out this year!”, Goode concludes.

The two BIG DAWG qualifying tournaments will take place in Louisiana on June 13-14 and in Michigan on July 11-12. Each qualifying event will pit 50 skiers in head-to-head competition, all vying for cash and other prizes exceeding $20,000.00 and a chance to advance to the finals. The finals will be held in conjunction with the prestigious 2009 GOODE Water Ski National Championships.

The ‘head-to-head’ finals will be webcast live under the lights from Okeeheelee Park allowing a large number of ski enthusiasts worldwide to view this unique event.

The 50th Masters Get Underway – Large GOODE Skis Field

PINE MOUNTIAN, GA – The 50th Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament® began today. The Masters is known throughout the world as the most prestigious watersports tournament. The event began in 1959 at Callaway Gardens and is held annually during the Memorial Day weekend.

You can see the MASTERS Live starting at 8:00am EDT Saturday at: masterslive.net

Today, Caroline Hensley (USA) won the Jr. Women’s semi-finals at the 2009 Junior Masters by running 1 buoy at 38′off. Ambre Franc (FRA) was second by running 1.5 buoys at 35′ off. The Jr. Women’s finals will begin at 8:00am on Saturday, May 23, 2009.

“Thank you for the best ski (9900SL) and boots (PowerShell 5) ever!”, said an excited and exhausted Ambre Franc to Dave Goode as he helped her onto the dock. “I just love them. It is very difficult conditions here.”, Ambre continued. “It was very rolly and windy. I am happy to advance to the finals.”, Franc concluded.

GOODE Ski Technologies has the largest field of entered slalom skiers at the 50th Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament®.

Skiers include Rhoni Barton Bischoff (USA), World Record Co-Holder, Kristi Overton Johnson (USA), World Champion, Nicole Arthur (GBR), current Masters Champion, Regina Jaquess (USA), Clementine Lucine (FRA), Karen Truelove (USA), World Record Co-Holder, Karina Nowlan (AUS), World Champion, Thomas Degasperi (ITA) and US National Champion, Nick Parsons (USA).

GOODE wishes all skiers a great Masters Tournament!

GOODE will be on-site to support its athletes and to provide tournament updates.

Click here for the MASTERS Schedule…..

Juan Carlos Cuglievan Wins Latin American Championships


Juan Carlos Cuglievan (Perú) won the Latin American Water Ski Championships which were held recently in Apóstoles, Argentina. The tournament was very well organized by the Argentinean federation and the lake conditions were very good. There were 70 skiers from 7 Latin American countries (Argentina, Chile, Perú, Colombia, Brazil, México and the Dominican Republic).

“This is great news!”, said Dave Goode. “I first met Juan Carlos last fall at the 2008 Senior World Championships in Seseña, Spain.”, Goode continues. “Dave Miller introduced us and we proceeded to set Juan Carlos up on a GOODE 9900SL with PowerShell 5 boots. Juan Carlos adapted very quickly to his new equipment as is evident by his recent victory!”, Goode concludes.

Juan Carlos ran 38′off in the preliminary round and received the top seed for the finals. In the final round, the two best scores were 2@38′off and Juan Carlos decided to “play-it-safe” and aimed for 3 ball and ran 3@38′off to win.

Thomas Degasperi Comments on his WIDE RIDE

Thomas is seen in this photo setting up his WIDE RIDE. He commented, “See how many GOODE’s are in Florida!”.

Thomas skis with a 66″ GOODE 9900SL WIDE RIDE, right foot forward, and a PowerShell 5 boot system. Thomas is the reigning World Champion and has skied on GOODE Skis for the past 8 years. Thomas is originally from Trento, Italy and is currently living and training in Orlando, FL and will be competing at the Masters later this month.

The new GOODE 9900 SL WIDE RIDE has been designed to give stability in the turn and at same time is a super fast ski. The wide top part of the ski allows any skier to feel comfortable on their on and off-side. The ski has a incredible stability and improved my off-side a good 30%, which is a lot. As soon I rode the GOODE WIDE RIDE I knew that was going to be a tremendous tool that will conquer the market.

- Thomas Degasperi – 2007 World Champion

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