TEAM NAUTIQUE DOMINATES AT WATERSKI WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
ORLANDO, FLA (September 4, 2007) – Correct Craft’s Team Nautique athletes dominated the 2007 Waterski World Championships held in Linz, Austria this past weekend. Team Nautique brought home six medals in five disciplines at this prestigious event.
Jaret Llewellyn, a Canadian native, won the overall men’s championship binging home two medals. Clementine Lucine, a student at Florida Southern College competing in her third world championship, won the overall women’s championship also bringing home two gold medals.
Team Nautique athletes Jason Seels and Jeff Rodgers also won medals at the tournament; Seels a bronze in jump and Rodgers a silver in slalom.
Correct Craft Executive Vice President, W. Gary Meloon represented Correct Craft at the tournament and said, “What an exciting time to be standing on the dock and being the first to congratulate and celebrate these successes as each athlete came in after their medal run.” “This site was one of the best ever for a World Championships and along with our Ski Nautiques running flawlessly, it was easy to see why the levels of performances were high,” added Meloon.
Correct Craft President/CEO Bill Yeargin said, “I’m extremely proud of the Team Nautique athletes who participated in the Waterski World Championships; our team demonstrated once again that the world’s best skiers choose Ski Nautique.”