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seanmcd 07-13-2007 5:18 AM

Ok, I admit I started skiing slalom, but now I only ride and wakeskate, easier on the body. But anyone who has ever skied into some shortline will appreciate this new record. <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.tigeowners.com/story.php?newsId=66" target="_blank">http://www.tigeowners.com/story.php?newsId=66</a> <BR> <BR>I pulled it off the Tige Owners site, but only because I was too lazy to find a better article. <BR> <BR>43 off is like skiing with a friggin dog leash, and a short one at that...Pretty impressive. <BR> <BR>Sean

behindtheboat 07-13-2007 5:40 AM

JB is one of the raddest dudes around!!! Here's a site with pics...... and video should be coming soon. <BR> <BR>he'll break it again this year...... <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.freedomslalom.com/site/" target="_blank">http://www.freedomslalom.com/site/</a>

mattr 07-13-2007 5:46 AM

Congrats to Jamie, he is one talented dude, I grew up snow skiing with him and he's just as sick on the snow.

bazel 07-13-2007 6:04 AM

The acceleration must be incredible at that length.

dnice 07-13-2007 6:58 AM

His stick of choice...Connelly! Props to the those in the factory that put out great skis and great boards!

roomservice 07-13-2007 7:03 AM

That's awesome, 43 off of a 75 foot rope leaves only 32 feet, the centerline of the course to the center of the turn ball is 37' 8 3/4", so the rope wont even reach the ball. Next world record will have to have Go-rilla arms. Makes my 28 off runs (back in the day)look like tubing. <BR> <BR>Congrats, how long had the old record stood and who was that held by?

ispair 07-13-2007 10:14 AM

Roomservice, Chris Parrish had the old World Record at 1 1/2 buoys at 43 off a couple years ago. I think he was on a Monza.

tacosupreme 07-13-2007 11:14 AM

Parrish set the Record on a Sixam. I think the 1 at 43 record set by Mapple, JB, and Rogers was held for 9 years. <BR> <BR>I wonder if we'll ever see anyone run a complete 43.

h2oskinats5 07-25-2008 5:36 PM

think jonbobs the man to do it!

02ssv 07-31-2008 11:55 AM

The thing that sucks is the 2nd paragraph where is says "if approved" well it was NOT approved. Really sucks for Jamie but he will get it again soon. <BR> <BR>He is a cool dude, I spend most winters in Alta with him and Chris Rossi. Talk about charging the mountain, those guys are crazy.

roverjohn 07-31-2008 12:43 PM

The video makes it very hard to see if he made it and I guess now that he did not. It looks like he is very close to getting it soon.

lugwrench 08-04-2008 6:31 AM

He did make it. The reason it wasn't approved was the site wasn't running a boat path camera. After a record run is made, they have to review the boat path to make sure it is within tolerance. Since they couldn't review, JB got screwed.

twitch 08-19-2008 8:34 PM

they actually did have 1 boat path camera running, that camera confirmed the boat was within the path. however they require a camera at both ends, one was not turned on. <BR> <BR>JB said in an interview that he did not wish to comment on teh politics of the approval.


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