At this point his resume hardly needs any bolstering, but Thomas Degasperi's hall-of-fame credentials got a serious boost this weekend when he won his second career Moomba Masters Men's slalom title in Melbourne Australia.

Clementine Lucine takes third at Moomba.
Thomas scored 3 buoys at 41 feet off, tying the Moomba Masters course record, to earn the win, with fellow Team GOODE skier Benjamin Stadlbaur and Nate Smith just behind him with 1-1/2 buoys at 41 feet off. Nate was awarded the second-place tie break due to being seeded higher.

The last 12 months have been fantastic for both Thomas and Benjamin, as Thomas has also won the Malibu Open, Canadian Open and European Championships, while Benjamin has earned podium positions at the Malibu Open, European Championships and the Latrobe City International.

In Women's slalom, Clementine Lucine earned a podium spot with a third-place finish as Team GOODE skiers followed with the next five places: Karen Truelove (4th), Neilly Ross (5th), Anna Gay (6th), Breanne Dodd (7th), Ali Garcia (8th). Whitney McClintock claimed the victory while Manon Costard finished second. Regina Jaquess did not make the trip to Australia.

In the Junior ranks, Neilly finished third in girls slalom, while Tobias Giorgis placed second in boys.