Team Nautique skier, Nate Smith, set a new pending Slalom World Record at 2.5@43-off behind the world record setting Ski Nautique 200 this past weekend at a tournament held at the Ski Ranch in Covington, Louisiana.
Prior to this tournament Smith was the co-holder of the world record along with Team Nautique skier Chris Parrish. Smith went all out on Saturday during the second qualifying round to set the 14th World Record behind the Ski Nautique 200 since its inception in 2010!
“The first couple sets I felt really good and got dialed in behind the Ski Nautique 200. During the second round I ran 41-off, started on 43 with a great start to ball 1, then 2 and got to 3 still standing. It was amazing, and the Ski Nautique 200 played a huge role in this accomplishment from always having a consistent pull whether I’m practicing or competing allowing me to go out and set a pending World Record!” - Nate Smith
Check out the video of Nate’s 2.5@43-off.