BACK-TO-BACK GOLD FOR DORIEN LLEWELLYN AT THE 2023 SANTIAGO PAN AMERICAN GAMES

Dorien Llewellyn on the Men’s Overall Podium at the 2023 Santiago Pan American Games 

Photo by Express Media / Panam Sports 

In an awe-inspiring display of tenacity and skill, Canada’s Dorien Llewellyn secured Gold in the Men’s Overall category at the 2023 Santiago Pan American Games, adding to his golden legacy that began with his victory in Lima 2019.

Llewellyn’s performance in the Overall Finals highlighted his versatility and determination, starting with a strong show in the Slalom event where he scored 3@10.75m/39off. The competition intensified as he jumped 63.9 meters. But the true spectacle was during the Tricks segment. Facing a challenging 30-point deficit, Dorien unleashed a masterclass, scoring 11,000 points. This feat not only propelled him into the lead but sealed his gold victory with a decisive margin of 280 points.

This gold achievement adds a glowing finish to his already notable Pan American Games journey. Just the day before, Llewellyn earned Silver medals in both the Men’s Jump and Men’s Trick events.

Speaking on the overwhelming emotion and celebration after his last run, Llewellyn shared, “That’s kind of just been the built-up energy from the last four months… To end on that trick run was amazing… I’m also excited to regroup and focus on getting my foot 100% again.”

Remarking on the challenges he faced, he said, “It’s been a rollercoaster of emotions. After slalom, I knew I put myself in a really good spot. To have that moment where you celebrate and I turn around and my dad is celebrating in the boat, that’s amazing. To be able to share that history with him, it’s something that I don’t think a lot of people have and I’m truly grateful.”

Jaret Llewellyn, Dorien’s father and a 12-time Pan Am Games medalist, shared in the pride and reflected on the journey, “It was a rough season. Athletes are always shooting for the gold. We just didn’t even know if we were even going to be here so this is just an incredible way to end the season.” On his own experiences versus witnessing his son’s achievements, he expressed, “It was much easier skiing than going through this. It’s one of the best experiences.”

With two consecutive Overall Gold medals at the Pan Am Games, Dorien Llewellyn’s narrative is one of perseverance, resilience, and unparalleled skill, and stands as an inspiration for aspiring athletes everywhere.

About Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada:

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC) is the national governing body for water skiing and wakeboarding in Canada. Dedicated to promoting these sports at every level, WSWC provides resources for athletes, coaches, and enthusiasts, fostering excellence and sportsmanship within a vibrant community passionate about the water.

Dorien Competing in Tricks during the Overall Event at the 2023 Santiago Pan American Games Photo by Express Media / Panam Sports

 

PAIGE RINI BRINGS HOME ANOTHER MEDAL AT THE 2023 SANTIAGO PAN AMERICAN GAMES

Paige Rini on the Women’s Overall Podium at the 2023 Santiago Pan American Games

Photo by Express Media / Panam Sports 

Paige Rini has once again made the nation proud by securing a silver medal in the Women’s Overall Finals at the 2023 Santiago Pan American Championships.

The multi-disciplinary event saw Rini fiercely compete in all three categories – slalom, jump, and tricks, vying for the Overall Title. She initiated her medal quest with an admirable score of 2@10.75m/39off in the slalom. Transitioning seamlessly, Paige then made a commendable leap of 46.5m in the jump event and rounded off the day with a tricks score of 8890 points.

Entering the tricks discipline, Paige was behind by 216 points but managed to narrow down the gap to a mere 10 points, winning the silver medal and exemplifying the tight competition at this elite level.

This achievement is particularly notable as it marks Paige’s third medal at the 2023 Santiago Pan American Games, having previously secured bronze in both the Women’s Slalom and Women’s Jump events.

After the event, an elated yet reflective Paige shared, “It felt awesome, I was really close to that Gold which was a little bit frustrating but I’m just really thankful to be here and be representing Team Canada.” Discussing the nail-biting closeness of the competition, she mentioned, “It just comes down to those tiny little maneuvers, those seconds, those meters, it means everything for overall. I fell short a little bit but I’m still really proud of myself for everything I overcame.” On her overall haul at this edition of the Pan American Games, she expressed, “It feels awesome. Last Pan Am Games I had three bronze and my goal was to bring home either a silver or a gold and I met that goal.”

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada applauds Paige Rini for her unparalleled commitment, skill, and determination.

About Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada:

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC) is the national governing body for water skiing and wakeboarding in Canada. Dedicated to promoting these sports at every level, WSWC provides resources for athletes, coaches, and enthusiasts, fostering excellence and sportsmanship within a vibrant community passionate about the water.

Paige Rini Competing in Slalom during the Overall Event at the 2023 Santiago Pan American Games

WSWC CELEBRATES PAIGE RINI’S DOUBLE BRONZE AT THE 2023 SANTIAGO PAN AM GAMES

Paige Rini of Canada competes in theWomen’s Water Ski Slalom Finals during the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games on Monday, October 23, 2023. 

Photo by Leah Hennel / COC

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada proudly celebrates Paige Rini as she continues to add more medals to her impressive tally at the 2023 Santiago Pan American Games.

Earlier this morning, Rini delivered a strong performance in the Women’s Slalom, securing a bronze medal with a score of 1@10.75m/39off. Not one to rest on her accomplishments, Rini then showcased in the Women’s Jump Finals, where she clinched another bronze medal with an impressive 47.3m jump.

In the Women’s Trick Finals today, Rini displayed commendable effort, finishing 6th. Fans and supporters can look forward to tomorrow, October 24, 2023, when Rini will compete in the Women’s Overall Finals in Slalom, Trick, and Jump. The day promises intense competition, with Rini geared up to deliver exceptional performances in all three events.

This marks Rini’s second appearance at the Pan Am Games. Recalling her prior achievements, she secured three bronze medals in Lima 2019.

Reflecting on her jump performance today, Rini stated, “The conditions were awesome, and I was just happy to be on the podium in jump.” With a determined spirit, she added, “I came into this event wanting as many medals as possible. Overall is my strongest, so that’s tomorrow, and I’m really excited. I get to start over a new day in all three events, so we’ll see how it goes.”

Expressing her pride in representing Canada, Rini remarked, “It feels like an honour just to be a part of this team and to represent Canada in water skiing.” She also shared her delight at contributing to the Panam Sports medal tally, saying, “To be a part of the medal count for Panam Sports in general is really cool for me.” Reflecting on her inspirations, Rini noted, “I’m inspired by all the older skiers and athletes that I have followed.”

As Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada, we are immensely proud of Rini’s achievements and her dedication to the sport. We eagerly await her performance tomorrow and wish her the best of luck.

About Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada:

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC) is the national governing body for water skiing and wakeboarding in Canada. Dedicated to promoting these sports at every level, WSWC provides resources for athletes, coaches, and enthusiasts, fostering excellence and sportsmanship within a vibrant community passionate about the water.

Paige Rini of Canada competes in theWomen’s Water Ski Slalom Finals during the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games on Monday, October 23, 2023.  Photo by Leah Hennel / COC

WSWC CELEBRATE’S NEILLY ROSS’ DUAL SILVER MEDALS AT THE 2023 SANTIAGO PAN AM GAMES

Neilly Ross of Canada competes in the Women’s Water Ski Slalom Finals during the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games on Monday, October 23, 2023. 

Photo by Leah Hennel / COC

Neilly Ross continued to make her mark at the 2023 Santiago Pan American Games today, clinching not one, but two silver medals to add to Canada’s proud tally.

Opening her account for the day, Ross competed in the Women’s Slalom event, with a remarkable score of 3@10.75m/39off, securing her first silver. She was joined on the podium with fellow Canadian Team Member Paige Rini who won bronze. Ross then went on to compete in the Women’s Tricks Finals. Her tactical yet ambitious execution earned her a score of 10,870 points, culminating in her second silver for the day.

Reflecting on her performance, Ross shared, “My goal was to come here and try to get on the podium twice, I did that so I’m walking away accomplishing my goal. I wanted to go for the gold in tricks, I had a run that could do it. I was a little bit slow but I’m still very proud to be representing Canada with the silver medal.”

Ross delved into the intricacies of the tricks event, adding, “It’s tough because in tricks it’s so much strategy based off of what other people do. I went with a very high scoring run and it’s pretty risky because if one trick is out of time, you lose a lot of points. We went for it, I still got a really high score, it could have been a little bit higher but we went for it.”

The camaraderie between Ross and fellow skier Paige Rini was palpable as they championed the Canadian spirit. Speaking about their shared journey and the future, Ross mentioned, “Paige and I have talked about it, we’ve known each other literally since before we were born. We’ve talked about our lives and how long we’ll be skiing for. She’s one of my best friends and we want to keep doing it for as long as we can. Definitely, there’s a new generation coming into the sport.”

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada is immensely proud of Ross’s accomplishments and commends her unwavering dedication to the sport. We look forward to more inspiring performances from her and the entire Canadian.

About Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada:

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC) is the national governing body for water skiing and wakeboarding in Canada. Dedicated to promoting these sports at every level, WSWC provides resources for athletes, coaches, and enthusiasts, fostering excellence and sportsmanship within a vibrant community passionate about the water.

Paige Rini and Neilly Ross of Canada pose for a photo during the Women’s Water Ski Slalom Finals during the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games on Monday, October 23, 2023. Photo by Leah Hennel / COC

CANADA’S NEILLY ROSS CURRENTLY 2ND GOING INTO TRICK FINALS AT THE 2023 SANTIAGO PAN AM GAMES

Neilly Ross 

Photo by Johnny Hayward / COC

A commendable performance by Canada’s Neilly Ross in the Women’s Trick Prelims at the Santiago Pan American Games has put her in a solid second position going into Finals, with an impressive score of 10,430 points. She’ll be taking to the water in finals tomorrow, October 23, 2023. 

A prodigy in her own right, Santiago holds a special place in Neilly’s heart. “This place is awesome. It means so much to me because when I was 12, I competed in my first World Championships here. It’s the place where I made my first Worlds finals,” Ross reminisced about her journey. Today, she’s come full circle and is poised to make history yet again on the very waters where her international journey began.

Ross spoke candidly after her trick prelims performance, “I’m very excited to have stood up, I’m into the finals and I’m ready to go for it tomorrow and go for the win.” Offering insight into her strategy, she mentioned, “In prelims, it’s a little bit of a different mindset than in finals. In prelims it’s a lot about slowing down a little bit. Making sure you stand up. I wanted to make sure I had some good feelings without trying to go super fast. I was a little bit slower than I wanted to but tomorrow we’ll go for it and be a bit quicker.”

In addition to her trick performance, Ross is also set to compete in the Slalom finals tomorrow. Speaking about juggling two high-intensity finals, Ross enthusiastically shared, “Tomorrow in finals, there’s going to be nerves but I’m going to go for it. You have to go for the gold in both, try to win in everything.”

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada is proud of Neilly Ross’s achievements and is excited to see her give her best in the finals. Fans and supporters can stay updated with all the information they need by visiting the link, https://results-santiago2023.org/#/discipline/WSK/schedule/daily.  

About Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada:

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC) is the national governing body for water skiing and wakeboarding in Canada. Dedicated to promoting these sports at every level, WSWC provides resources for athletes, coaches, and enthusiasts, fostering excellence and sportsmanship within a vibrant community passionate about the water.

CANADA’S PAIGE RINI AND NEILLY ROSS ADVANCE TO SLALOM FINALS AT THE 2023 SANTIAGO PAN AMERICAN GAMES

Paige Rini of Canada competes in the Women Slalom Prelims during the 2023 Santiago Pan American Games on October 21, 2023. 

Photo by Express Media / Panam Sports

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada proudly announces that Paige Rini and Neilly Ross have earned their spots in the Women’s Slalom Finals at the 2023 Santiago Pan American Games.

The Women’s Slalom event kicked off the Water Ski and Wakeboard competitions at this year’s Pan Am Games. The Canadian trio of Paige Rini, Neilly Ross, and Whitney McClintock Rini all tied with impressive scores of 2 buoys at 10.75m/39off.

Due to a unique circumstance and the competition’s rules stating that only two athletes from one nation can progress into the finals, the three Canadian athletes were required to participate in a tension-filled run-off. After a showdown on the water, Rini and Ross emerged victorious, securing their esteemed places in the Women’s Slalom Finals.

Fans and supporters are eagerly awaiting the Women’s Slalom Finals set to take place on Monday, October 23, 2023. As the world tunes in, Canada’s finest will be ready to showcase their talent, hoping to bring home gold.

About Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada:

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC) is the national governing body for water skiing and wakeboarding in Canada. Dedicated to promoting these sports at every level, WSWC provides resources for athletes, coaches, and enthusiasts, fostering excellence and sportsmanship within a vibrant community passionate about the water.

Paige Rini Photo by Johnny Hayward / COC

Neilly Ross Photo by Johnny Hayward / COC

Whitney McClintock Rini Photo by Johnny Hayward / COC

CANADA’S WHITNEY MCCLINTOCK RINI HAS UNEXPECTED PRELIMS AT THE 2023 SANTIAGO PAN AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

Whitney McClintock Rini. Photo Credit: Johnny Hayward / COC 

Canada’s impressive showing at the 2023 Santiago Pan Am Games Women’s Slalom Prelims saw an unexpected twist today. Canadian athletes occupied three of the top four positions based on their high scores in the preliminary round.

However, under the current regulations, only two athletes from any one country can progress to the finals. This rule meant that Paige Rini, Neilly Ross, and Whitney McClintock Rini, all having identical scores, had to face a run-off. In a surprising turn of events, the veteran skier McClintock Rini, boasting 14 Pan Am medals spanning four Pan Am Games, did not make it through to the finals. As a result, Ross and Rini secured their places in the Women Slalom Finals.

Whitney McClintock Rini, who became a mother to her son Zane during the COVID pandemic and remarkably reclaimed her position as the second-ranked skier in the world, shared heartfelt sentiments after the competition. Reflecting on the pressures of the sport, she remarked, “There’s more pressure I think at this stage.” However, she remained optimistic about the future of the sport, noting, “I do believe that God has everything under control and I think Paige and Neilly have a huge future in the sport.”

Balancing her disappointment with a broader perspective, McClintock Rini added, “I think life is way more than just sport, and I believe that’s what God’s trying to reveal to me through all of this.” Her recent challenges on the water, including a difficult World Championships just last week, have been a testament to the ups and downs that even the most accomplished athletes face, “Literally within seven days, I’ve had two of my worst tournaments of my career.”

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada remains proud of all its athletes, and we look forward to supporting Ross and Rini as they represent Canada in the finals. The resilience, skill, and passion displayed by our athletes are truly commendable and are indicative of the bright future Canadian water sports hold.

About Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada:

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC) is the national governing body for water skiing and wakeboarding in Canada. Dedicated to promoting these sports at every level, WSWC provides resources for athletes, coaches, and enthusiasts, fostering excellence and sportsmanship within a vibrant community passionate about the water.

ALBERTA’S STEPHEN NEVEU WINS FIRST EVER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEDAL

Stephen Neveu Slaloms during the Men Slalom Finals at the 2023 IWWF World Waterski Championships. Photo Credit: Johnny Hayward Photography

Water Ski Canada proudly celebrates Alberta’s very own Stephen Neveu as he secures his first-ever World Championship medal with a bronze in Men Slalom at the prestigious 2023 IWWF World Waterski Championships held at Sunset Lakes, Groveland, FL.

In the face of challenging conditions, Stephen demonstrated exceptional skill, finesse, and determination during today’s finals. His outstanding performance saw him achieve a score of 3@10.25m/41off, a testament to his dedication and commitment to the sport.

The 2023 IWWF World Waterski Championships, which took place from October 10-15, is an esteemed event attracting over 200 of the world’s best water skiers. 

Stephen Neveu’s win is not just an individual triumph but also a proud moment for the entire Canadian water skiing community. As the season concludes, his victory leaves a mark, setting the tone for the upcoming athletes and adding another chapter to the history of Canadian water skiing.

About Water Ski Canada

Water Ski Canada is the national governing body for water skiing in Canada. Our mission is to promote, foster, and develop the sport of water skiing in all its forms throughout the country. We support athletes at all levels, from grassroots to high performance, and work to ensure a safe and inclusive environment for all participants. 

Results, https://www.iwwfed-ea.org/competition.php?cc=T-23IWWF13&page=men_slalom_results 

More photos of skiers are available on Getty Images, https://www.gettyimages.ca/search/photographer?photographer=Johnny%20Hayward

Stephen Neveu on the Men Slalom Podium at the 2023 IWWF World Waterski Championships Photo Credit: Johnny Hayward Photography

ONTARIO’S JAIMEE BULL CLINCHES BACK-TO-BACK WORLD TITLES

Jaimee Bull Slaloms during Women Slalom Finals at the 2023 IWWF World Waterski Championships. Photo Credit: Johnny Hayward Photography.

Water Ski Canada is elated to announce that North Bay, Ontario’s tremendous water skier, Jaimee Bull, has made Canada proud by securing her second consecutive World Title in Women’s Slalom at the 2023 International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (IWWF) World Waterski Championships.

The prestigious competition, which took place from October 10-15 at the beautiful Sunset Lakes in Groveland, FL, saw participants from all over the globe vying for the top spot. But it was Jaimee’s unparalleled skill and determination that led her to defend her World Championship Title, even amidst challenging conditions.

Delivering an impeccable performance, Jaimee scored 3.5@10.75m/39off. With this score, she not only secured her position at the top but also solidified her reputation as one of the leading water skiers of her generation.

This win further cements Jaimee’s position as a dominant force in the water skiing world. As she celebrates her second World Title, Water Ski Canada and the entire nation applaud her dedication, hard work, and the sheer talent she brings to the water.

We look forward to supporting Jaimee and all our Canadian water skiers as they continue to push boundaries, set new records, and represent our nation with pride on the global stage.

About Water Ski Canada

Water Ski Canada is the national governing body for water skiing in Canada. Our mission is to promote, foster, and develop the sport of water skiing in all its forms throughout the country. We support athletes at all levels, from grassroots to high performance, and work to ensure a safe and inclusive environment for all participants. 

Results, https://www.iwwfed-ea.org/competition.php?cc=T-23IWWF13&page=women_slalom_results 

More photos of skiers are available on Getty Images, https://www.gettyimages.ca/search/photographer?photographer=Johnny%20Hayward

Jaimee Bull on top of the Women Slalom Podium at the 2023 IWWF World Waterski Championships Photo Credit: Johnny Hayward Photography

Jaimee Bull Celebrates her Win in Women Slalom at the 2023 IWWF World Waterski Championships Photo Credit: Johnny Hayward Photography

2023 IWWF WORLD WATER SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS – SELECTION CRITERIA NOW AVAILABLE

The selection criteria is now available for the 2023 IWWF World Waterski Championships. The event will take place on October 7-15, 2023 in Sunset Lakes, Groveland.

For more information about the event, CLICK HERE 

For the selection criteria CLICK HERE

Contact: Kyle@wswc.ca

CANADIANS SET TO COMPETE AT LA NIGHT JAM

Dorien Llewellyn. Photo Credit: Johnny Hayward Photography. 
The 2023 LA Night Jam is this Saturday, June 10, 2023 in Zachary, LA. The jump preliminary rounds will be during the day and the big show happens at night under the lights with the Night Finals.
The Pro Jump event will have the top 5 Men and top 4 Women from round 1 advance to the finals. There will then be a round 2 LCQ for the remaining 1 spot in the finals. The finals will consist of 6 Men and 5 Women competing under the lights to be crowned LA Night Jam Champion.
There will also be a slalom showcase with the top 4 skiers from the 2 rounds during the day making it through to the head-to-head finals.
Canadians to watch:
Dorien Llewellyn (AB) – Men’s Jump
Dominique Grondin Allard (QC) – Women’s Jump
Stephen Neveu (AB) – Slalom
Stay tuned into our social channels for updates throughout the event.
For more information about the event, CLICK HERE.
For live results, CLICK HERE.
For the live webcast, CLICK HERE.

Dominique “Dodo” Grondin Allard. Photo Credit: Johnny Hayward Photography

Stephen Neveu. Photo Credit: Johnny Hayward Photography

2022 WSWC MALE JUNIOR WATER SKI ATHELTE OF THE YEAR

Photo Credit: Johnny Hayward Photography 

Congratulations to Charlie Ross, the 2022 WSWC Male Junior Water Ski Athlete of the Year! 

Charlie had another exceptional year on the water, breaking his own U17 Men’s Slalom World Record, placing at the Canadian Nationals, and winning the PanAm Championships. 

Charlie started the year by breaking his own U17 Men’s Slalom World Record with a score of 3@10.25m/41off. This also broke the U21 Men’s Slalom World Record. Charlie then went on to become the Jr. Masters Slalom Champion, breaking the Jr. Masters course record with a score of 1@10.25m/41off. Towards the end of the summer, Charlie competed at the Canadian Nationals in Edmonton, AB. At this event he placed 2nd in the Elite Men’s Slalom and 3rd in the Open Men’s Slalom. Charlie was at the top of his game all season, breaking the U17 & U21 Men’s Slalom World Records again in November with a score of 4@10.25m/41off. Charlie finished 2022 with a gold medal in U17 Men’s Slalom at the PanAm Championships. Charlie started and finished the year as ranked number one in the world in U17 Men’s Slalom. 

We look forward to watching you compete in 2023! 

2022 WSWC FEMALE WATER SKI ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Photo Credit: Johnny Hayward Photography 

Congratulations to Neilly Ross, the 2022 WSWC Female Water Ski Athlete of the Year! 

Skiing consistently and strongly throughout the year, Neilly had an exceptional 2022 season earning 11 medals in slalom and trick at major events. 

The 2022 season started off strong with two medals at the 2022 Moomba Masters – a gold in trick and a silver in slalom. She then went on to finish 2nd in trick at the Masters and Botaski ProAm and 3rd in slalom at the Botaski ProAm. In mid-summer, Neilly became the 2022 World Games Trick Champion. At the Canadian Nationals in August, Neilly won both the Elite Trick and Open Trick divisions. Both times she scored over 10,000 points. To cap off a great season, Neilly won three gold medals at the PanAm Championships in Santiago, Chile. She took first place in the U21 Trick, U21 Slalom and Open Trick events. Neilly is also ranked second in the world in Open Women’s Trick.

We look forward to watching Neilly compete in the 2023 season! 

ONTARIO’S WHITNEY MCCLINTOCK RINI PLACES 3RD AT THE MASTERS

Whitney McClintock Rini Slaloms at the 2023 Masters. Photo Credit-Vince Stadlbaur.

Whitney McClintock Rini Places 3rd at the Masters Waterski & Wakeboard Tournament

Cambridge, ON native Whitney McClintock placed 3rd at the prestigious Masters Waterski & Wakeboard Tournament held at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia this past weekend.

Whitney scored 1.5@11.25m in the semifinals, overcoming challenging wind conditions to advance to the finals. In the finals, she ran 1.5@10.75m to secure her third-place finish. She shared the podium with her fellow Canadian teammate, Jaimee Bull, who placed second.

The Masters is recognised as one of the most prestigious watersports events in the world, attracting the best water skiers and wakeboarders from around the world. It is held every year and is considered a highlight of the watersports calendar.

Whitney has been a prominent figure in water skiing for over a decade, winning numerous awards and championships throughout her career. Her passion for the sport and her unwavering dedication to improving her skills have earned her a reputation as one of the most talented water skiers in the world.

ONTARIO’S JAIMEE BULL WINS SILVER AT THE MASTERS

Jaimee Bull Slaloming in the Women’s Final at the 2023 Masters. Photo Credit-Vince Stadlbaur.

North Bay, Ontario’s Jaimee Bull Wins Silver in Women’s Slalom at the Masters

Canadian skier Jaimee Bull took home silver in the Women’s Slalom event at the prestigious Masters Tournament held at Callaway Gardens this weekend. The event featured some of the world’s best skiers from around the globe.

The wind conditions in the semifinal round made it challenging for all the skiers. Jaimee scored 2@11.25m, securing her place in the final. Jaimee improved on her semifinal performance and ran a remarkable 3@10.75m to earn her second-place finish, narrowly missing out on the gold medal. Fellow Canadian and teammate Whitney McClintock Rini took home bronze with an impressive showing as well.

Jaimee Bull is the current Women’s Slalom World Champion and has been making waves in the skiing community with her impressive performances and dedication to the sport. Her hard work and determination have paid off, and she is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with on the international skiing stage.

Bull’s silver medal at the Masters is the latest achievement in a career that has seen her become one of the most successful and respected water skiers in the world. Congratulations to Jaimee Bull on her outstanding performance at the Masters Tournament. We can’t wait to see what she achieves next.

Jaimee Bull Slaloming in the Women’s Final at the 2023 Masters. Photo Credit-Vince Stadlbaur.