Barefoot

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Barefoot

Barefoot skiing is water skiing behind a motorboat without the use of water skis, commonly referred to as “barefooting”. Barefooting requires the skier to travel at higher speeds than conventional water skiing (30-45mph/50-70kmh).

Disciplines

Slalom

Competive Slalom Barefooting has two passes of 15 seconds to cross the wake as many times as possible. The skier can cross the wake forwards or backwards and on two feet or one foot. The world record was set by Keith St. Onge in 2006 (20.6).

Ballet and Swivel
Trick Skiing

Trick Skiing

Competive Barefoot Jumping consists of a footer traveling over a small, fiberglass jump ramp. They have three jumps and the longest one successfully landed counts. Professionals can jump as far as 90 feet (27.4 meters) and the world record of 29.9 meters (98.1 feet) was set by David Small.

Jump

Competive Barefoot Jumping consists of a footer traveling over a small, fiberglass jump ramp. They have three jumps and the longest one successfully landed counts. Professionals can jump as far as 90 feet (27.4 meters) and the world record of 29.9 meters (98.1 feet) was set by David Small.

Jump

NATIONAL TEAM

Brem Allen
Marcel Brunet
Gordie Croteau
Nowlan Goddard
Duane Godfrey
Becky Moynes-Meyer
Don Schwartz
George Weekes