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JACINTA CARROLL SETS NEW JUMP WORLD RECORD BEHIND THE INDUSTRY LEADING SKI NAUTIQUE 200

May 16, 2015

ORLANDO, FLA (May 16, 2015) – Team Nautique athlete Jacinta Carroll flew to a new pending Jump World Record of 193 feet (58.8 meters) today behind the Ski Nautique 200 during the the Sunset Cup/Masters Last Chance Qualifier tournament at Sunset Lakes in Groveland, FL.

“It was such an amazing feeling. You dream of this moment as a little girl and to finally do it is unbelievable! I am so thankful for everyone who has helped my career and to Nautique for having faith and belief in me. The pull behind the Ski Nautique 200 is by far the best in the industry and I am certain records will continue to fall behind this amazing boat!” said Carroll.

Carroll has proven to be unbeatable and this marks her 19th consecutive tournament win. She looks to continue her streak next weekend at the 56th Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament presented by GM Marine Engine Technology at beautiful Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia.

“Congratulations to Jacinta on setting the new Women’s Jump World Record! Nautique is dedicated to building the absolute best boats on the water and giving world-class athletes the platform to redefine our sport and do what has never been done before,” said Nautique President Greg Meloon. “Our partnership with GM Marine Engines and PCM has resulted in the development of industry-changing engine technology that will power the future of the sport. Carroll’s record behind the official Masters towboat sets the stage for what is certain to be the most exciting Masters Tournament ever,” added Meloon.

Visit the Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament online atwww.masterswaterski.com for information about tickets or to view the live webcast.

This will be the nineteenth world record towed by the Ski Nautique 200 since its release in 2010 and the second in less than a month. With world records in all three disciplines (slalom, trick, jump) and overall, the Ski Nautique 200 continues to prove that it is without a doubt the boat to shatter boundaries.