The Wilson Bros. are on the road for some clinics, tournaments and fun times!
“We woke up early on the morning of June 8th and began our trek to Buck Lake in Alabama. After a quick rip with the Buck family we got back on the road and headed towards Arkansas. As soon as we got there the fun began, water guns came out and snakes got chased. We spent Friday skiing, chilling and getting everything ready for Saturday shredding at the Bullneck Lake Record. K.C. killed it, running 39 for the first time! Three PB’s for him already this season all behind the Ski Nautique 200, it’s gonna be a good year!”
After clinics in Little Rock, we are headed down to Texas. A couple days of clinics there and then another tournament before heading over to Charleston, SC. After that it was up North for more coaching and adventures.
We have more fun planned for the rest of the summer. More clinics and tournaments in Little Rock and Texas before the tour heads east to Charleston, SC. From Charleston, we will be heading north for more skiing and adventures!
The Pro Wakeboard Tour is in full swing with stop number three being held this past weekend in Denver Colorado. Team Nautique rider Emily Copeland-Durham came away with a second place finish in the Pro Women’s final round just getting edged out of the win. Bob Soven was also on the podium this weekend finishing third, just ahead of fellow Team Nautique rider Shaun Murray in fourth. Congratulations Team Nautique!
Three Team Nautique skiers walked away with wins at the 2011 Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament in Georgia at Callaway Gardens over the Memorial Day weekend. Jonathan Travers took first place in the men’s slalom division running 2 @41-off in the elimination round and running 4 @ 39-off in the final to take the win. Team Nautique skier Whitney McClintock won the women’s tricks with a score of 7750 and fellow teammate Natallia Berdnikava won women’s jump setting a new course record of 182ft, and took second in the women’s trick competition with 7410pts. Congratulations!