ONTARIO’S NEILLY ROSS EARNS BRONZE AT THE MASTERS

Neilly Ross Tricking in the Women’s Trick Final at the 2023 Masters. Photo Credit: Vince Stadlbaur.

Ontario’s Neilly Ross recently finished third at the 63rd Masters Waterski & Wakeboard Tournament. 

Neilly Ross, the Canadian women’s trick  record holder, placed 3rd at the Masters held at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia. In the women’s trick semi-finals, Neilly scored an impressive 10,210 points to secure her place in the final. In the final, Neilly won the bronze medal with a score of 8,770 points. 

Neilly is no stranger to success in the world of water skiing. She is the Canadian women’s trick record holder, the second woman to ever trick over 11,000 points, and her bronze medal at the US Masters is another achievement to add to her impressive list of accomplishments. Neilly has been a rising star in the skiing world, consistently placing in top competitions and setting records. Her dedication and hard work has paid off and she continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in women’s trick skiing.

Neilly Ross has once again proven her talent and skill as a water skier, and we are proud to congratulate her on her recent success at the US Masters. We look forward to seeing what other achievements she will accomplish in the future.

Neilly Ross Tricking in the Women’s Trick Final at the 2023 Masters. Photo Credit: Vince Stadlbaur.