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Regina named IWWF Female Athlete of the Year

Team GOODE’s Regina Jaquess has been named the IWWF Female Athlete of the Year for 2018.

Regina had another incredible year in 2018, winning titles at the Swiss Pro Slalom, Lake 38 Pro-Am, Americas’ Cup Invitational, Malibu Open, California Waterski Pro Am, GOODE Nationals, and Pan American Water Ski Championships. She also pushed her own Women’s world slalom record to 4 buoys at 41-feet off.

Last month Regina was named USA Water Ski’s Female Athlete of the Year for the 11th time in her career.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2018: A GOODE year in review

GOODE skiers win 16 U.S. National titles

 

 

GOODE skiers claimed 16 slalom titles – more than all other manufacturers combined – at the GOODE U.S. National Water Ski Championships held last August at Mystic Lakes in Maize, Kansas.

By claiming 16 of 28 slalom titles, GOODE skiers netted an amazing 57 percent of all slalom gold medals awarded. Dating back to 2012, GOODE skiers have won 114 out of 207 U.S. national slalom titles, or 55 percent.

 

 

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GOODE Skiers claim 4 golds, more than half of all slalom medals awarded at 35+ Worlds

Dave Miller wins the 55+ World Championship on the GOODE RéVolution

 

 

Four of eight slalom golds and more than half of all slalom medals awarded at the 2018 35+ Water Ski World Championships were won by skiers riding GOODEs.

 

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Regina Jaquess and Adam Sedlmajer set world records

Regina Jaquess and Adam Sedlmajer both set world records at the July Heat tournament at the Isles of Lake Hancock in Winter Garden, Fla.

Regina scored 4 buoys at 41 off on her XTR to top her own previous record of 3.5 at 41. When it was approved by the IWWF, it became her 8th world slalom record.

Adam Sedlmajer also improved upon his own world record, setting a pending Men’s Overall record after scoring 3 buoys at 41 feet off in slalom, 10,780 points in tricks and 217 feet in jumping.

The RéVolution arrived

In 2018 GOODE released the RéVolution, a new ski that delivered improved performance through breakthroughs in construction design, new carbon fibers and an advanced resin system.

The result? Huge scores and big wins, including a Big Dawg stop championships and a world title.

GOODE skiers sweep the Big Dawg qualifiers

A GOODE skier won each of the four stops on the 2018 Big Dawg World Tour, as Dave Miller won at both Okeeheelee and Cedar Ridge, Greg Sund won in Sesena, Spain, and Greg Badal won at Laku Landing.

At the finals seven of the Elite 8 were on GOODEs.

New U.S. National Records

A slew of U.S. National slalom records were set on GOODEs in 2018, including:

  • Jerry Hosner, Mens 10, 4@32;
  • Cyndi Benzel, Womens 7, 2@38;
  • Regina Jaquess, Open Women/Womens 2, 4@41,
  • Joy Kelley, Womens 6, 2@38,
  • Bob Hardeman and Jeff Wiswall (tie), Mens 8, 3@38; and
  • Jeff Wiswall, Mens 8, 5@38.

Regina named USAWS Female Athlete of the Year for the 11th time

The 2018 season ended for Regina Jaquess the same way it has 10 previous times during her career: being named the USA Water Ski Female Athlete of the year. Regina was selected for the honor on the basis of a season that saw her win titles at the Swiss Pro Slalom, Americas’ Cup Invitational, Malibu Open, California Waterski Pro Am, GOODE Nationals and Pan American Championships. On top of all that, she threw in a new world record of 4 buoys at 41-feet off for good measure.

A legend is reborn

 

Twenty-five years after revolutionizing water skiing with the first-ever carbon-fiber slalom ski, GOODE released the 9970, the best-ever version of the legendary 9000 series that permanently etched the likes of Regina Jaquess, Jeff Rodgers, Kristi Overton-Johnson, Karina Nowlan, and Chris Parrish in the world record books.

 

 

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Miller tops Regina for Bracket Challenge Crown

GOODE Skiers claim 4 golds, more than half of all slalom medals awarded at 35+ Worlds

The 2018 tournament season ended on a high note for Team GOODE as four of eight slalom golds and more than half of all slalom medals awarded at the 2018 35+ Water Ski World Championships were won by skiers riding GOODEs. The championships took place from Nov. 26 to Dec. 2, at Lago Los Morros in San Bernado, Chile.

Highlights of the tournament included podium sweeps in 35+ Women , 45+ Men and a 1-5 sweep of 55+ Men .

In the team event, the United States took home the gold with 14,908.94 points, while Great Britain (12,033.36) and Germany (11,125.96) finished second and third, respectively.

For full results, click here.

Editor’s note: It’s difficult to track skiers from across the globe over the course of six days of action, so if we failed to include you in the list above, or mistakenly did so, please accept our apologies and email us the details at team@goode.com.

Team GOODE skiers claim titles at Malibu Open

Regina Jaquess won her 7th consecutive Malibu Open Women’s Slalom title Saturday as the annual event was held at Trophy Lakes in Johns Island, S.C.

Regina scored 1 buoy at 41 off to top Manon Costard (3-1/2 at 39-1/2 off) in the head-to-head finals to earn the win. She had the top score in all four rounds and was the only woman to run 39-1/2 off all weekend, which she did three times.

Both Adam Sedlmajer and Thomas Degasperi advanced to the Men’s semi-finals, eventually finishing 3rd and 6th, respectively.

In the Junior events, Griffin Stange took home the win in Boys Under 17, while Kristen Baldwin and Ali Garcia went 1-2 in the Girls Under 17 division.

For full results, click here.

Greg Sund runs 41 off on the GOODE XTR. Twice.

This past Saturday Greg Sund entered a very elite club by doing something that only a handful of skiers has ever done before in a tournament: running 41 off at 34 m.p.h.

And remarkably, he did it twice.

Riding his GOODE XTR, Greg ran 41 off in both the first and second rounds of the John’s Lake 117 tournament this past weekend in Wantage, NJ. While he ended both rounds with the same score of 1 at 43 off, during his second round he skied just inside two ball.

Click on the video above to see his second round 41- and 43-off passes.

Greg has been on a tear lately, advancing to the Final Four at both the Okeeheelee and Cedar Ridge Big Dawg stops in 2018.

Team GOODE skiers podium at the Junior U.S. Open

Griffin Stange (l), Ali Garcia and the Girls slalom podium, and Dylan Smith (r)

Multiple GOODE skiers landed on the podium at last weekend’s Junior U.S. Open Water Ski Championships at Ski Chaste Lake in Axis, Ala.

Anna Gay took second in Junior Womens slalom and first-place in overall, while Ali Garcia placed third in Girls slalom after coming up a bit short in a three-way runoff for first place.

On the Men’s side, Griffin Stange placed second in Boys slalom, while Dylan Smith finished in a third-place tie in Junior Men slalom.

For full results click here, and here for the online webcast archives.

Brando Caruso takes gold at the Mediterranean Games

Brando Caruso (Italy) won the gold medal in Mens slalom at the 2018 Mediterranean Games, held June 23-24, at Marina Port Tarraco in Tarragona, Spain.

Fellow Team GOODE skier Aris Techoueyres (Greece) finished fourth, while in the Womens slalom event Alice Bagnoli (Italy) placed fifth.  Greece’s Stella Anastasi, who is only 14 years old, finished an impressive seventh.

For full results, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dave Miller wins second straight Big Dawg on XTR, Team GOODE goes 1-3-4

For the second Big Dawg tour stop in a row Dave Miller is going home with the crown.

Riding his XTR Dave topped Jeff Rodgers in the finals this weekend at Cedar Ridge (Canton, Miss.) to secure three of the top-four spots for Team GOODE. Jay Leach finished third and Greg Sund fourth.

A whopping 12 of the Sweet 16 were on GOODEs. For full results visit nautiquebigdawg.com.

At the year’s first stop at Okeeheelee in early May, Dave topped Greg Badals in the all-GOODE finals, with Greg Sund finishing fourth.

Regina wins fourth-consecutive Swiss Pro Slalom title

Make it four for four. Regina Jaquess has competed in the Swiss Pro Slalom four times, and after Sunday’s victory, has come away with four titles.

Regina scored 2 buoys at 41 feet off in the final round to earn the win, nearly a full pass above second-place finishers (tied) Manon Costard and Whitney McClintock, who each scored 3 at 39-1/2 off.

Regina, riding the GOODE XTR, was the only Women’s competitor to run 39 off, and she did it in all three rounds.

In Men’s slalom, Nate Smith, Will Asher and Sacha Descuns went 1-2-3, while Team GOODE’s Adam Sedlmajer and Dane Mechler both qualified for the finals, finishing 6th and 7th, respectively.

For the full results, click here.