PARIS, FRANCE (September 11, 2017) - Nautique athletes were in great form this past week in Paris, France during the IWWF Waterski World Championships. The Ski Nautique 200 provided the perfect pull for the slalom, trick and jump skiers all week long as it led the way for athletes from across the globe to capture World Titles.
During the Women’s Open Trick division, it was Nautique athlete Neilly Ross claiming her first World title in her incredibly successful rookie year. Ryan Dodd continued his amazing 2017 season with a 60.4 meter first jump that sealed the victory and the World Title for the Canadian born Nautique athlete. Jacinta Carroll also maintained her domination of the Women’s Jump discipline, winning another World Title to continue her reign over the sport. In the overall results for the event team USA earned top honors with France and Canada following in second and third respectfully.
For a full list of results, CLICK HERE.