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T-Gas and Regina claim Malibu Open titles; 5 of 8 finalists on GOODEs

Benny Stadlbaur finished 2nd to bag his best-ever pro finish.

Thomas Degasperi and Regina Jaquess made it 2-for-2 for Team GOODE as they both won slalom titles at last weekend’s Malibu Open in Milwaukee, Wis. For Regina, the win marked an amazing fifth-straight victory at the Malibu Open, while T-Gas picked up his second career Malibu Open win.

In the Women’s slalom head-to-head finals, Regina ran a full pass at 39-1/2 feet off to beat second-place finisher Whitney McClintock (4@39). The Women’s Final Four feature three Team GOODE skiers, as Clementine Lucine (3rd) and Breanne Dodd (4th) joined Regina in advancing past the semi finals. GOODE skier Kate Adriaensen finished just outside the finals, placing fifth.

It was an all-GOODE final bracket in Men’s slalom, as T-Gas edged out upstart Benny Stadlbaur, with 4 buoys at 39-1/2 off to Benny’s score of three at the same line length. It was the second-straight pro tournament victory for T-Gas, who also won the Canadian Open earlier this month in Edmonton, Canada. The win moved him into the second spot on the IWWF Elite Rankings List behind Nate Smith. For Benny, it was his best-ever pro placement.

In the Junior events, GOODE skiers Dane Mechler placed second in Junior Men’s slalom, while Quinn Haines finished third in Boy’s slalom while also taking the jump title.

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The 2014 season by the numbers

As Frank Sinatra once sang, it was a very good year …

How great of a year was it for Team GOODE? Take a look at our 2014 by the numbers:

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Percentage of 35+ World slalom titles won on GOODEs

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MastersMalibu OpenMoomba and U.S. Open victories

3.25

at 41 off, Regina’s latest world record

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Percentage of U.S. National slalom titles won on GOODEs

4

Buoys Cooper Tate improved the Boys 1 U.S. National Record by

3

Buoys Brooke Baldwin improved the Girls 2 U.S. National record by

#teamGOODE skiers in the top 10 of the Men’s and Women’s IWWF Elite Rankings

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Dollars won by Michael Robinson for picking the perfect GOODE Bracket Challenge bracket

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The ranking of Chris Parrish and Regina Jaquess on the Men’s and Women’s IWWF World Rankings List

2

Big Dawg Tour stop victories

18

Consecutive years a GOODE has held a world slalom record

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Designs possible with GOODE’s new custom graphic capabilities

 

Regina wins again, Team Goode takes 4 of 6 slalom titles at Malibu Open

Regina Jaquess still remains unbeaten for more than a year and Team Goode and the NANO ONE took four of six slalom events as the Malibu Open wrapped up Saturday evening in Milwaukee, Wis.

Regina (3-1/2 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off) took out Whitney McClintock (3-1/4 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off) in the head-to-head finals to earn the Women’s slalom title for the second consecutive year.  The world record holder has not lost a tournament since she started skiing on the Goode NANO ONE more than a year ago.  During the WaterSki Magazine Awards held Friday night Regina was named Female slalom skier of the year, also for the second-straight year.

Regina’s continued dominance of the Women’s slalom field was mirrored by Team Goode’s dominance of the junior ranks.  Kara MacIntyre (Women’s under 21), Dane Mechler (Men’s under 21) and Daniel DiPol (Men’s under 17) all won titles, giving Team Goode four of a possible six titles during the weekend.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Goode skiers dominate Junior Malibu Open

Junior Malibu Champions Dane Mechler (u21), Kara MacIntyre (u21) and Daniel DiPol (u17).

Team Goode stole the show at the Junior Malibu Open as three skiers riding the NANO ONE claimed slalom titles.

Kara MacIntyre got things started for Team Goode by edging Caroline Cooper in a runoff to take the Women’s under 21 title. Kara and Caroline both scored 3 buoys at 35 feet off in the final round, with Kara topping Caroline by a buoy in the runoff.

In Men’s under 17, Daniel DiPol took the title with 2 buoys at 38-feet off. Taylor Garcia was second with 2 buoys at 35-feet off.

Dane Mechler took the title in under 21 Men’s, joining Kara as winners at both the 2013 Junior Malibu Open and Junior Moomba Masters.  Dane scored 1-1/2 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off to earn the victory.