WORLD CUP STAR JAVIER JULIO SAVORS THE MOMENT OF REACHING THE VERY TOP

Javier Julio savours the moment

Javier Julio savours the moment

We all know that every athlete has a set of goals which drives them to just do better each day. For the rare few, that goal is to reach the very top. For Argentina’s 32 year-old Javier Julio, his personal goal was to some day become the WORLD OVERALL WATERSKI CHAMPION. Having been so close for so long, to see him actually reach his target a few months ago was a very moving occasion for all his many World Cup fans.

To hear what it feels like first-hand from Javier, check out our Star Monday Interview video clip here on our home page today.

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Here are some of Javier’s many outstanding achievements :

Career Highlights of the World Overall Champion

  • 2007 Australian Open: First in Tricks and Slalom
  • 2007 Moomba Masters Trick Champiom
  • 2006 Argentinian Trick, Slalom, Jump and Overall Champion
  • 2006 Latinoamerican Overall and Slalom Champion
  • 2006 South American Games: First in Tricks and Overall
  • 2006 World Cup Beijing, Third in Tricks
  • 2005 World Championships: 2nd Overall, 3rd in Tricks
  • 2003 Latino American Champion in Slalom, Trick and Overall
  • 2003 Moomba Masters Overall Champion, 2nd in Trick
  • 2003 World Championships 3rd Overall, 4th Trick
  • 2003 Argentine Slalom, Tricks, Jump And Overall Champion
  • 2002 U.S.OPEN : 5th place in TRICKS
  • 2002 Pan American Championships 2nd Overall, 3rd Jump
  • 2002 Malibu Open: 4Rd Place In Tricks – 3rd Place In Overall
  • 2002 Latinamerican Overall , Tricks & Jump Champion – 2nd Place In Slalom
  • 2002 Argentine Slalom, Tricks, Jump And Overall Champion
  • 2001 Argentine Slalom & Tricks Champion
  • 2001 World Championship: Silver Medal In Overall
  • 2001 World Championship: 6th Place In Tricks
  • 2001 U.S.Open : 3rd Place In Tricks
  • 2001 Malibu Open: 3rd Place In Tricks
  • 2001 Latinamerican Overall & Slalom Champion – 2nd Place In Tricks & Jump
  • Argentinian Record Slalom, Trick, Jump and Overall
  • Latino American Record Slalom, Jump and Overall