Waterski, Wakeboard, Wake Skate and Kneeboard Event
St. George, UT (May 28, 2009) - For the first time, the INT League will host waterski, wakeboard, wake skate and kneeboard events in Utah. Stop one is this weekend, May 29 -30 at Sand Hollow State Park in Washington County, located in Southern Utah.
The INT League offers divisions for skiers, wakeboarders, wake skaters, and kneeboards from novice all the way up to pro. Each division is based on ability level, providing a non-intimidating environment for participants to compete against competitors of similar ability levels. INT offers divisions for both kids and adults.
Chris Parrish Autographed O'Brien Elite for sale on ebay - (for sale by LA Night Jam) . This ski will be signed by Chris Parrish himself before being sent to the winner. The elite comes in 65.5", 67", or 68.5" (the winner decided!). Sold Blank. GET IT!
They stand over 6 feet tall. They are Ragin' Cajun Alums. They are ranked among the top slalom skiers in the world and they will be battling it out for bragging rights under the lights at the LA Night Jam.
They are USA's Ian Trapp and Canada's Trent Finlayson and both ski for RADAR Waterskis, who will present a unique head-to-head slalom challenge between these two top-ranking skiers. Watch in amazement as these athletes take on the slalom course and each other, executing eye-popping turns and acelerating to break-neck speeds in ever-decreasing line lengths.
Just one more reason why YOU should not miss this year's LA Night Night Jam!
Siemers, McClintock, Nowlan, Asher, Fladborg, and Kruger all take gold at 50th Masters
The best submission between 5/19/09 and 6/15/09 will win a swag bag from Radar Skis.
It's been 6 years since a region outside the host region won all-stars but it finally happened in 2009 as the midwest showed depth and consistency for the 3700 poiint victory. After mens slalom they led by 50 and after womens slalom the East had the lead. But tricks and jump would prove the difference as the Midwest would pull away easily by mid-day Sunday.
It was the largest all-stars turnout since the formation of the 10 skiers format with over 120 skiers. Beaver Lake and all their sponsors put on a great event as this is the 3rd all-stars there in 6 years. Daniel Odvarko continued where he left off at Nationals by easily winning mens slalom with 4 @ 39. In womens slalom Micheala Cooper and Karen Stevens tied for 1st with 3 @ 35 off. ASU teammates Stormy Selsor and super smoken hot Danielle Stagar won respective trick events and overall titles. And in the pouring rain Sunday Storm Selsor and Kayla McClure each took home 1st in jump.