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Regina Jaquess

Regina Jaquess of Santa Rosa Beach, Fla., competed as a member of the U.S. Team at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico, the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and the 2003 Pan American Games in Boca Chica, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. She has won 13 medals in Pan American Games competition, the most among U.S. athletes since the sport became part of the Pan American Games’ program in 1995. She also owns the Pan American Games records for women’s slalom (1-1/2 buoys at 41 feet off, 2011), jumping (173 feet, 2011) and overall (2,955.71 points, 2011), and she is the current women’s world slalom record holder (4 buoys at 41 feet off).

Birthdate: June 7, 1984

Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia

Current Residence: Santa Rosa Beach, Florida

Height: 5' 6"

Weight: 125 pounds

Occupation: Pharmacist

Began Skiing: Age 2-1/2

Began Competing: Age 5

Events: Slalom, Tricks, Jumping and Overall

Sponsors: Bennett's Ski School, Chet Raley Training Center, Eagle, Malibu, GOODE Skis, Wiley Bindings, Performance Ski & Surf of Orlando, Masterline and Red Bar

Hobbies: Basketball, Surfing, Swimming, NASCAR

Career Highlights:

* Current Women’s World Slalom Record Holder (4 buoys at 41 feet off)

* USA Water Ski Female Athlete Of The Year – 2001, 2003, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018

* 2015 Pan American Games – Gold Medalist, Women’s Jumping; Silver Medalist, Women’s Slalom and Overall

* 2011 Pan American Games – Gold Medalist, Women’s Slalom, Jumping and Overall; Bronze Medalist, Women’s Tricks

* 2007 Pan American Games – Gold Medalist, Women’s Jumping; Silver Medalist, Women’s Slalom; Bronze Medalist, Women’s Tricks

* 2003 Pan American Games – Gold Medalist, Women’s Tricks; Silver Medalist, Women’s Slalom; Bronze Medalist, Women’s Tricks

* 2017 World Slalom & Overall Champion; 2015 World Slalom & Overall Champion; 2013 World Slalom & Overall Champion; 2005 World Slalom & Overall Champion; 2003 World Overall Champion; 2001 World Tricks Champion

* 2010 AAU James E. Sullivan Award Finalist

* 2009 USOC’s Jack Kelly Fair Play Award Winner

Best Performances
Slalom: 4 buoys at 41 feet off
Tricks: 8,900 points
Jumping: 181 feet