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Sun, 22nd MAR 15  
AALIYAH BREAKS RECORD EN-ROUTE TO ANOTHER WATERSKIING TITLE
Malaysian waterskiing prodigy Aaliyah Yoong Hanifah added another feather to her cap by winning the women’s Open tricks event at the Indonesian Open.

And the 11-year-old did it in style as she also broke the 20-year-old Asian record in the process. The pint-sized Aaliyah racked up 6,290 points in Bandung on Sunday to shatter the Asian record of 6,280 points set by China’s E Min in 1995.

Japan’s Saaya Hirosawa could only manage 3,610 points to take the silver. Homester Priambodo Nur Alimah amassed a 3,460 total for the bronze.

Aaliyah’s previous best score was 6,130 points, but she surpassed it twice in the championships. Earlier in the preliminary round on Saturday, she accumulated 6,150 points. She then added another 140 more points to her tally in Sunday’s final for her career-best score.

It was Aaliyah’s second appearance on the podium this season, having won the silver in the Under-17 category at the Moomba Masters in Melbourne earlier this month.

“It’s an amazing feeling to finally break the Asian record. I did the tricks a lot faster in the final, but I didn’t like the way I performed,” said Aaliyah, the Asian Under-17 champion.

“I was actually much neater doing my tricks on Saturday, but I was slower.”

There was, however, agony for Arianna Chow, the other Malaysian representative. The 13-year-old finished second in the preliminary round to reach the final. But Arianna injured herself during the jump event and was forced to pull out in the tricks routine.

 
Sat, 7th MAR 15  
AALIYAH'S BITTER SWEET MOOMBA
Malaysia's Aaliyah Yoong Hanifah exits the Open Women tricks competition after finishing 10th of 11 skiers when she suffered another fall on the same trick as suffered in the U17 Girls Tricks rd 2 two days ago.

She was bitterly disappointed today as she was looking forward to do better than that.

"We have some work to do for her hand run when we return as she needs to stand up till the end of the run so that she can score high with the two flip tricks she has," said Hanifah Yoong.

"She has to now be tricking faster than ever before so she needs to get back to stronger basics to avoid such falls. We have a week to work on that before the next event, the Indonesian Open to be held on 20-22 Mar." added Hanifah.

Credit is due to Aaliyah though for putting up best score of 6060 points for U17 girls as she squeaked in a big smile when she mounted the podium ceremony to receive her second runner up trophy for U17 girls tricks today.
 
Sat, 28th FEB 15  
AALIYAH EYEING ANOTHER GOOD OUTING IN MOOMBA MASTERS IN MELBOURNE
Malaysian water skier Aaliyah Yoong Hanifah is looking forward to another good outing at the Moomba Masters – her first event of the year – which starts from March 4-9 at the Yarra River in Melbourne.

Last year, the pint-sized Aaliyah finished second in the girls’ tricks event – behind reigning world champion and world record-holder Erika Lang of the US.

Aaliyah, who was 10 then – the youngest competitor at the Moomba Masters – also made the semi-finals of the Open category in the tricks event, which featured several top-level elite skiers.

She went on to win the Asian Championships Under-17 title and take home a silver at the Asian Beach Games in the Open category last year.

She has also broken the 6,000-point barrier to set a new personal best of 6,130 points – just 230-point short of the 20-year Asian record of 6,360 set by China’s E Min in 1995.

Having received an invitation to compete at the Moomba meet for the second year running, 11-year-old Aaliyah is eyeing another podium finish in the girls’ category.

The Open category is certainly a daunting challenge for Aaliyah as several elite skiers – like Lang, Canada’s Whitney McClintock, Belarus’ Natalia Berdnikova, France’s Clementine Lucine and Australia’s Jacinta Carroll – are also in the fray.

Taken from http://www.thestar.com.my/Sport/Other-Sport/2015/02/28/Aaliyah-eyeing-another-good-outing-in-Moomba-Masters-in-Melbourne/

 
Fri, 30th JAN 15  
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We are getting new boats, the 2015 Super Air Nautique G21 and another new 2015 Ski Nautique 200OB. These 2011 boats are up for grabs at very special prices with all upholstery to be rewrapped like new after sale confirmation.

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