​In a matter of 6 days, three Nautique athletes broke World Records behind the Ski Nautique 200. On May 14th, current World-Record holder Nate Smith broke yet another world record in slalom skiing after running 3@43-off behind the Ski Nautique 200. The record was set during the Swiss Pro Slalom Tournament and is still pending with the International Waterski Federation to be officially ratified. Six days later during the 58th Nautique Masters LCQ event at the world-renowned Jack Travers Sunset Lakes location, two trick ski World Records were set by Aliaksei Zharnasek and Anna Gay.

“I couldn’t be more excited to not only winning the Swiss Pro Slalom event, but also to break the world record once again,” said Nautique athlete Nate Smith about his slalom world record. “Being able to practice behind the best boat in the world allows me to put up the best scores in the world. Nothing beats the Ski Nautique 200.”

The two trick ski world records are also pending with the International Water Ski Federation, and with a trick score of 12,610 for Aliaksei and 10,880 for Anna, they are both incredibly excited to have such amazing results.

“It feels incredible to put up such a high score as a world record at the first tournament of the season,” said Nautique athlete Aliaksei Zharnasek. “I worked very hard this off-season to try to push the limits of trick skiing even farther, and it is definitely paying off so far. I’m excited to see what I can do this year on the water behind the best boat I could ask for, the Ski Nautique 200.”

These will be the 25th, 26th and 27th world records set behind the Ski Nautique 200, as the Ski 200 once again proves itself as the best waterski boat in the industry.

“Training behind the Nautique 200 has taken my skiing to a whole new level,” said Nautique athlete Anna Gay. “I really enjoy these tournaments at Jack’s, the Travers family does an amazing job making sure everything is just right and the Nautique makes me feel like I’m right at home.”