1st – Open Womens & 1st Jr Womens - Canadian Wakeboard
2nd – Open Womens - WWC Wakeboard World Championships
3rd - Open Womens & 1st Jr Womens - Canadian Wakeboard
Winter 2004/2005 + Looking Ahead to Summer 2005
I'm sorry to say that I'm not going to be doing much riding
this year. I am going to school at SAIT and I'm taking a
program called Respiratory Therapy. I've been in the program
for 2 years now, and for my final year before I graduate I
need to do an internship. So, this summer I will be working
down in Lethbridge Alberta learning how to become a
respiratory therapist. I won't be able to do a lot of
wakeboarding, but I am looking forward to Nationals in
Montreal and hopefully I will be off to Russia following
This year I'm going to be concentrating on learning my Raley
and getting a 540. If that goes well then I will be
attempting to learn a Whirlybird. My brothers say that
they'll help me, so I'm looking forward to that.
Girls Only Wakeboard Camps...
One more things that I'm trying to work out is doing some
more girls only wakeboarding camps. We organized one last
summer and it was such a success. I loved coaching the girls
and they improved so much that I'm going to have to get on
my game to be able to stay on top. But if anyone was going
to beat me I want to help them get there.
Obrien Wakeboards: They have really helped me step up to a
new level in wakeboarding in the last couple of years. I'll
be riding the 2005 Player 133 with the new Zenon Bindings
Roswell Towers: Make our boat look so much cooler and the
stereo system is sweet
Mobius Marine and Supra: They have helped out so much.
Without being able to practice behind such a nice boat the
Prices wouldn't be where we are. We're getting a 2005 Supra
Launch SSV this year. It's going to be awesome and so pretty
(all white with a grey logo).
Legend Sunglasses: Polarized Sunglasses are so nice and
they're great for the water and reducing the glare.