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WORLD CUP ATHLETE SEBASTIEN DiPASQUA ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT

OUTSTANDING WATERSKI JUMP ATHLETE LEAVES IMPRESSIVE LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS

Sebastien DiPasqua hangs up his Jump skis

Sebastien DiPasqua hangs up his Jump skis

Switzerland’s Sebastien DiPasqua has certainly blazed a trail of success during his outstanding career on the water. As one of our most respected World Cup athletes, he has decided to hang up his Jump skis and focus now on a new career. Recent injuries and thoughts of the future made the decision a natural one for him. Having studied Physical Training at the University of Dijon, he is well prepared for the next chapter in his distinguished life and we all wish him every success.

Sebastien excelled in the Jump event. Having broken the Swiss National Jump Record fourteen times, he also broke the European Jump Record twice, was ranked No. 1 in Europe and No. 4 in the World. As a World Cup Medalist, he was greatly respected throughout our World Cup global tour and proudly carried that Swiss flag along the way.

We all wish Sebastin DiPasqua a successful new career and thank him for all those thrilling moments which he provided for our World Cup fans over the past years. Good luck Seb from all our World Cup team.