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WORLD CUP STAR EMMA SHEERS SETS NATIONAL RECORD

New Record for World Cup Star Emma Sheers

New Record for World Cup Star Emma Sheers

Five years ago, World Cup star Emma Sheers (AUS) set an Australian Open Slalom Record 3.5 buoys on the very short 10.75m line. Two months ago, she added another half buoy to this Australian National Slalom Record and the final approval has just been announced by Bruce Cockburn, Australia’s Tournament Council President. CONGRATULATIONS EMMA. With World Champion titles already in her collection for both Slalom and Jump, it is great to see our World Cup star still hitting the headlines. Watch out for Emma at our next Waterski World Cup Stop in Putrajaya in Malaysia on November 7/9