The 3rd edition of Waterski Journal is putting together the new skis for 2021 as we all love new gears in our bags. Freddie Winter investigated over one of the greatest champions of all time to share his story: Jamie Beauchesne. Snap look over the U21 favorites for the world title in Santa Rosa Beach this summer. And many more!
PIGOSKI SS22 is the second collection that launched in January after a really successful launch from our 2020 collection. We are so grateful for all the support from the Waterski Community.
Waterski culture is, of course, a major inspiration to us. We also like to have a positive mindset and show the community who we truly are. We always try to inspire people to do anything that want to do. Chase your dreams!
In this season we have added an Art Canvas that can be used for your house, at your ski lake or even boathouse. We are always trying to push the envelope in terms of creativity. Our goal is to keep bringing you new products that have been created with love and inspired by WATERSKI.
Thank you so much for supporting the first Waterski related clothing brand!
Check it out and get yours now! We do run low due to high demand, so don’t be left out and get some gear 🧡
Ask any GOODE employee and they’ll tell you there is one question they hear most from customers: “When are you going to bring back the Wide Ride?”
They don’t have to hear that anymore now that GOODE has re-engineered and relaunched one of water skiing’s most groundbreaking ski models by adding it to the Carbon Core series.
Based on the shape of the world-record holding XTRcc, the Wide Ride Carbon Core is engineered for the slalom skier who is looking for a higher-riding ski, whether it’s because they want to maintain speed through the turns at 36 or 34 mph, or get more support and stability at 32 mph or lower.
Like the XTRcc, the Wide Ride Carbon Core features a softer flex that makes turns quick, symmetrical and automatic, which when combined with a carbon core that rebounds more quickly out of the turn, leads to faster side-to-side speed and more space before the next buoy.
One skier who is liking what he sees in the new Wide Ride Carbon Core is Steve Raphael, a nine-time national champion and current Mens 8 U.S. National record holder.
“I just got back from Florida and I’m up between four and six buoys from last year with this ski,” said Raphael. “The carbon core is a step up for this ski for sure and I’m really looking forward to tournament season. It’s by far the best slalom ski I’ve ever ridden.”
Carbon Core series benefits include:
Improved performance: Greater rebound, more stability at the ball and dramatically increased durability.
A thinner profile: The carbon core’s increased strength allows for a thinner side profile, offering skiers a more connected-to-the-water feeling.
Softer flex patterns: The carbon core led to the holy grail of ski design – soft flex patterns that produce indestructible, symmetrical turns, with quick rebound out of the turn that generates amplified side-to-side speed.
Larger, rounder bevels: Working in concert with the thinner profile, refined bevels provide a more stable, predictable ride, resulting in more buoys even when things don’t go as planned (read: better scrambling ability).
Factory installed brass inserts
PowerShell and G-Flex ready
Handmade in Ogden, Utah, U.S.A
The Wide Ride Carbon Core is available in two sizes: 64 inches (skier weight of 125 to 180 lbs.) and 66 inches (180 lbs. and up).
Alcohol affects judgment, vision, balance and coordination. These impairments increase the likelihood of accidents afloat for both passengers and boat operators. In boating deaths involving alcohol use, over half the victims capsized their boats and/or fell overboard.
In this video, we visit with three highway patrolmen who are responsible for patrolling Lake of the Ozarks and keeping boaters safe. One thing we learned is that alcohol is a pervading cause of accidents and injury on the lake. Listen to how it not only affects boaters but also the troopers responsible for keeping them safe.
Welcome to this new episode of The Water Ski Podcast. This episode marks the launch of a series of podcasts trying to merge Matteo's expertise in sport psychology with water skiing. This series will be called "Swerve Psyc".
I sat down with Regina Jaquess. She is the current Women's Slalom World Record Holder. We talked about her career on the water and in the pharmacy. We also discussed her workout regime and how she got to be the best of the best. Regina also talked to me about her fondness for other sports and of course the icon, Michael Jordan, being at the top of that list.
Something new on FPM, this is part 2 of a new series where MB and Matteo breakdown the technique and movements of some of the best skiers in the world. Here we take a look at two of the best Men's skiers, Freddie Winter & Cole McCormick. This episode was originally filmed as a joint FPM + TWSP episode, but due to the visual nature of the video analysis, we decided to release it here only. Big thanks to Matteo for sitting down with MB, as well as The Water Ski Broadcasting Company for the killer coverage all year. ALSO, sorry about the audio quality on MB's voice...the main microphone died part way into the discussion, so the backup microphone is all we were able to capture.... :(