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Bull defends her world slalom waterski title

Jaimee Bull defends her title during challenging conditions.
Jaimee Bull Celebrates her win in Women Slalom at the 2023 IWWF World Waterski. Photo courtesy Facebook.

Water Ski Canada is elated to announce that North Bay, Ontario's tremendous water skier, Jaimee Bull, has made Canada proud by securing her second consecutive World Title in Women’s Slalom at the 2023 International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (IWWF) World Waterski Championships.

The prestigious competition, which took place from October 10-15 at the beautiful Sunset Lakes in Groveland, FL, saw participants from all over the globe vying for the top spot. But it was Jaimee's unparalleled skill and determination that led her to defend her World Championship Title, even amidst challenging conditions.

Delivering an impeccable performance, Jaimee scored [email protected]/39off. With this score, she not only secured her position at the top but also solidified her reputation as one of the leading water skiers of her generation.

This win further cements Jaimee's position as a dominant force in the water skiing world. As she celebrates her second World Title, Water Ski Canada and the entire nation applaud her dedication, hard work, and the sheer talent she brings to the water.

"We look forward to supporting Jaimee and all our Canadian water skiers as they continue to push boundaries, set new records, and represent our nation with pride on the global stage," Water Ski Canada stated in a release.