WSC Celebrates National Team Athletes on the Podium at the Final Waterski Pro Tour Event of the Season

Whitney McClintock Rini & Jaimee Bull competing at the 2022 Travers Grand Prix. Photo Credit: Waterski Broadcasting Company, Waterski Pro Tour and John Waldron Images. 

Water Ski Canada proudly celebrates the outstanding achievements of their National Team athletes, Whitney McClintock Rini and Jaimee Bull, at the recent Travers Grand Prix held in Groveland, Florida. Both skiers finished on the podium at the last Waterski Pro Tour event of the season.

In a nail-biting final, both Whitney and Jaimee achieved a tie, with impressive scores of 1@10.25m/41off. With the athletes showcasing such equal prowess, the scores from the preliminary rounds became the deciding factor for the podium positions. Whitney McClintock Rini clinched the second spot, while Jaimee Bull proudly stood at the third position.

As the last Waterski Pro Tour Event for the 2023 season drew to a close, all eyes were on the announcement of the podium for the 2023 Waterski Pro Tour Champions. Water Ski Canada is elated to announce that both Whitney and Jaimee graced the podium. Whitney McClintock Rini secured the third spot, while Jaimee Bull was crowned the 2023 Waterski Pro Tour Women Slalom Champion.

“This season has been a testament to the sheer dedication, talent, and hard work of our athletes. Both Whitney and Jaimee have showcased exceptional performances, and to have them both on the podium is a proud moment for Water Ski Canada. We congratulate Jaimee for her championship title and Whitney for her steadfast performance throughout the tour,” said Water Ski Canada Spokesperson.

As the Waterski Pro Tour has come to a close, the water ski season is far from over. There are two major events left this year. The 2023 IWWF World Water Ski Championships and the 2023 Santiago Pan American Games. Both Jaimee and Whitney will be competing at the World Championships, with Jaimee defending her title as the reigning Open Women Slalom World Champion and Whitney, as a past Open Women Slalom World Champion. Whitney will also be making her 5th appearance at the Pan American Games.

About Water Ski Canada:

Water Ski Canada is the governing body for the sport of water skiing in Canada. Committed to the growth and promotion of the sport, Water Ski Canada supports athletes at all levels, from grassroots to elite, ensuring that every enthusiast has the opportunity to reach their full potential.

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