Putrajaya World Cup site is ready for the final Stop of 2009
The world’s top Waterski athletes from 15 countries are now converging on Kuala Lumpur’s International Airport for the short ride to Putrajaya. This will be the 29th World Cup Stop in the series. The Timetable and Webcast details for this last Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup Stop of the season have been released today. Both the Putrajaya Stop and overall World Cup season winners will be crowned at this beautiful tropical venue next Sunday evening immediately following the November 7/8 competition.
Putrajaya Corporation and the Malaysian Waterski Federation have provided some of the most attractive site facilities in the world at the Watersports Complex. Towering above the Waterski arena is the distinctive four storey all-glass Media and Judging tower. This will house the RTM TV cameras for national broadcasts, the World Cup Webcast Studio for global transmissions, the World Cup TV team plus the Judges and Officials. The World Cup TV Team will distribute a short TV News edit feature to 300 million viewers by Satellite on Sunday evening. This will be followed by a full edited TV show which will be distributed to 200 million viewers the following week.
The U.S. Under 21 Water Ski Team won the gold medal and four U.S. athletes earned individual medals at the 4th Under 21 Water Ski World Championships, Oct. 29-Nov. 1, in Chapala, Mexico.
The U.S. Under 21 Water Ski Team tallied 7,800.16 points in winning the overall gold medal for the third time. Defending champion France earned the silver medal, scoring 7,639.65 points, and Canada earned the bronze medal, tallying 7,451.64 points in the 24-team field.
Like a barge navigating the Mississippi, rainwater from Thursday's historic thunderstorm is drifting slowly and inevitably toward the southern end of Bossier Parish, with local officials racing to make preparations. Bla bla bla Yadda Yadda Yadda So lets to trick skiing!
Ward McLain does some trick water skiiing behind a pickup along Caplis-Sligo Rd. in Bossier City. (Submitted by Kim McLain)
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Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico - 28 Oct/1 Nov 2009
Men Slalom Travers Jonathan
Ladies Slalom Mcclintock Whitney
Men Tricks Poteau Alexandre
Ladies Tricks Mcclintock Whitney
Ladies Jump Chardin Nancy
Men Jump Worden Zack
Ladies Overall Mcclintock Whitney
Men Overall Worden Zack
The 4th Under 21 Water Ski World Championships got under way Thursday in Chapala, Mexico. A four-member team and several independents are representing the United States at the biennial event that runs through Sunday. Results will be posted as soon as they become available.
For the past ten years, OWC has reigned as the premier Cable/Wake Park in the U.S. Located in Orlando, Florida at the epicenter of today’s Wakeboarding scene, OWC is the place to ride.
If you’ve been in the sport of Wakeboarding for more than five years, you’ll know that OWC was originally a Hyperlite stomping ground. HO Sports Company, Inc. and its brands, Hyperlite, HO Skis, Syndicate, Accurate & Byerly Boards, are excited to announce that once again that is the case, and we can say we’re home!
OWC is now the official home for Hyperlite Wakeboards & HO Skis! The scope of this relationship is huge. OWC will serve as our Demo Center, Research & Development Facility, Event Center and more. HO Sports Company, Inc. looks forward to hosting parties on the eve of Surf Expo once again.
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