Day 4 Under Way At GOODE Nationals
The 71st annual GOODE Water Ski National Championships continued Friday at Okeeheelee Park in West Palm Beach, Fla. The world's largest three-event water ski tournament, which began Tuesday, concludes Saturday.
More than 600 water ski athletes from across the United States are competing for national titles in slalom, tricks, jumping and overall in respective age divisions and two Open divisions. The tournament is hosted by the American Water Ski Association, a sport discipline organziation of USA Water Ski, along with the Ski Club of the Palm Beaches.
Athletes winning national overall titles on Friday were: TBD, Men 2; TBD, Men 5; TBD, Women 2; TBD, Women 3; TBD, Women 4; and TBD, Women 5.
Friday’s (Day 4) National Champions
Men 5 Slalom: TBD; Men 5 Jumping: TBD; Men 5 Overall: TBD; Women 4 Slalom: TBD; Women 4 Overall: TBD; Women 5 Slalom: TBD; Women 5 Overall: TBD; Men 2 Slalom: TBD; Men 2 Tricks: TBD; Men 2 Overall: TBD; Men 4 Tricks: TBD; Men 4 Jumping: TBD; Women 3 Tricks: TBD; Women 3 Overall: TBD; Masters Men Tricks: TBD; Masters Men Jumping: TBD; Women 2 Tricks: TBD; Women 2 Overall: TBD; Men 3 Tricks: TBD; and Men 3 Jumping TBD.
Advancement to the Water Ski National Championships – the world’s largest 3-event water ski tournament – is primarily earned through placement on the national rankings list. Athletes also can qualify for Nationals by placing in the top-five at Regionals or by placing in the top-five at the previous year’s Nationals.
Saturday’s action begins at 8 a.m. Admission is free and the public is welcome to attend.