JACINTA CARROLL BREAKS JUMP WORLD RECORD TWO MORE TIMES BEHIND THE INDUSTRY LEADING SKI NAUTIQUE 200
ORLANDO, FLA (May 17, 2015) When Nautique athlete Jacinta Carroll set the pending Jump World Record at 193ft (58.8 meters) yesterday she wasn’t finished. Carroll returned to Sunset Lakes today for the second round of the Masters LCQ and broke the record two more times, going 193ft (58.9meters) on her first jump and then soaring to 194ft (59.1meters) on her second jump behind the PCM, GM Marine Technology powered Masters Ski Nautique 200.
“After setting the World Record yesterday I knew I was dialed, combined with the amazing pull behind the Ski Nautique 200 and the conditions at Sunset Lakes I was confident I could go even further. Three World Record jumps in a row behind behind the Ski Nautique 200, what more can a girl say? I say I am officially the happiest girl alive!” said Carroll.
In addition to Carroll’s World Records, there were numerous personal bests pulled behind the Ski Nautique 200 including a Boys 3 National Jump record of 193ft, a Men’s Canadian National Jump record of 242ft, and a Canadian National Tricks record of 9510 points set by Nautique athlete Whitney McClintock. This momentum heading into the 56th Masters next weekend has the waterski community buzzing with excitement to see what’s in store for the worlds greatest athletes at the most prestigious event in watersports behind the boat that is pulling everyone to their best.
Now with twenty World Records behind the Ski Nautique 200 there is no doubt in anyone’s mind which ski boat is the industry’s best, by far. World Records are the gold standard for achievement, representing something that has never been done before. Since its introduction a few years ago the Ski Nautique 200 has pulled more than triple the amount of World Records of all its competitors combined!
“It has been an incredible weekend with great results from everyone, and two World Records set behind the Ski Nautique 200,” said Nautique President Greg Meloon. “My hat is off to Jacinta and I cannot wait to see what’s in store for us next weekend at the Masters when these athletes hit the water behind the PCM, GM Marine Technology powered Ski Nautique 200 once again!”