Regina Sets A New World Slalom Record!
Malibu’s water ski athlete, Regina Jaquess, has set a new standard in the world of water skiing once again. On Saturday July 6th, 2019, Regina headed to the water behind a new Malibu TXi Response to try out the new Malibu Monsoon M6Di Engine. We are excited to announce that Regina, the current IWWF Women’s World Waterski Champion ran 4.5 buoys @ 41' off at Lymand Land USA Duncansville, Alabama, setting a new world record.
“My ability to achieve these records is a direct result of Malibu Boats always pushing the limits. The 2020 Malibu TXi powered by the Malibu Monsoon M6Di is an incredible combination...”
Regina Jaquess//Malibu Athelete
“I am very excited about the new world record. My ability to achieve these records is a direct result of Malibu Boats always pushing the limits. The 2020 Malibu TXi powered by the Malibu Monsoon M6Di is an incredible combination. And this was my first set behind it. The new combination gives me the time and release I need to push the record even further. I’m looking forward to setting new records even further with the 2020 Malibu TXI,” stated Regina Jaquess.
The original Malibu Response TXi is a legendary ski boat, pulling pro riders to 13 world records. With the release of the new Malibu Monsoon engines, the TXi has the perfect combination of power and reliability to create soft, flat wakes consistently for what every record-setter skier needs. There’s no better duo than a Malibu Response TXi and a world record-setting skier!
Regina Jaquess has broken the last four world records. It started in 2012 when she ran 3 buoys at 41' off, followed by 3.25 buoys at 41' off two years later. Pacing another two years, she ran 3.5 buoys at 41' off then broke the record again in 2018 with 4 buoys at 41' off. The Malibu Boats family could not be more proud of elite athlete, Regina, and all that she has been able to accomplish breaking and setting this new world record. We look forward to the ways she will continue to disrupt the world of water skiing behind the Malibu Response TXi powered by the Malibu Monsoon Engine and maybe even set another new world record.