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Last week in Cincinnati, OH, the 2011 Adaptive Water Ski World Championships were held. RHI Sports athlete Dan Reed was once again a member of Team USA. Some of you may remember, Dan was a part of the 2009 USA team that won gold in Vichey, France. Well, after a successful week of competition, Team USA brought back home the gold again! This is the first time the USA team has won back to back gold at the World Championships.
Dan had a strong showing for Team USA. He finished 9th overall in the jump category with a 57 foot jump. Dan also finished 13th overall in the slalom category, even though he was fighting a wrist injury. Other than a wicked spill on his second jump attempt, Dan had a great week overall.
I encourage you all to check out this video by IndyStar on Dan that was made leading up to the World Championships. Congrats to Dan and congrats to Team USA!