U.S. Open of Waterskiing - "Championship Belts"

The finals were held Saturday night under the lights of Lake Buena Vista at Downtown Disney, the Walt Disney World Resort's famed retail, shopping, dining and entertainment district. More than $100,000 in cash prizes were at stake as a huge crowd witnessed a stunning way to end the U.S. Open. With the music from the House of Blues and the lighting display created by Disney, everyone had an incredible time cheering on their favorite athelete and being a part of an amazing spectacle that just buzzed with energy and excitement. After some incredible competitive skiing, the "Championship Title Belts" were presented by MasterCraft Boat Company to the winners in front of a staggering audience during the awards ceremony. MasterCraft athletes dominated the podium by taking five of the eight titles. The following is a summary list of the Title Champs:
Men's Overall Title: Jimmy Siemers - 2,912.9 points
Men's Slalom Title: Chris Parrish - 1 3/4 @ 41
Men's Trick Title: Jaret Llewellyn - 10,110 points
Men's Jump Title: Freddy Krueger - 208 feet (63.3m)
Women's Overall Title: Rhoni Barton-Bischoff - 2,927.7 points
Women's Slalom Title: Regina Jaquess - 1 3/4 @ 38
Women's Trick Title: Mandy Nightingale - 7,620 points
Women's Jump Title: Regina Jaquess - 144 feet (43.8m)
To learn more about the U.S. Open results and to see the photos, click on the link below:
U.S. Open of Waterskiing - Official Website

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