Double world championship glory for Jobe Jet skier Bushell
12 october 2011
Jobe jet skier James Bushell becomes PRO Open and Pro GP 2011 IJSAB World Champion after a stunning performance in Lake Havasu, USA over the weekend.
Bushell left competitors trailing in his wake following some amazing action out on the water watched by a crowd of more than 7,000 jet ski enthusiasts.
Under brilliant sunshine, light winds, air temperatures hovering in the low 80s and nearly smooth-as-glass water conditions, the final eight 2011 IJSBA World Championships were decided on Sunday.
In Pro Runabout James was the fastest qualifier in his class despite facing tough competition from nearly 30 other riders from across the globe.
Finishing second in the first 12 lap moto, he made an amazing comeback in the second 12 lapper, edging 2010 champion Dustin Farthing of Florida to take the race and the title from his American rival.
Riding his new RXP-X-260 to victory, James now has four world titles to his credit as well as three others in Pro-Am classes.
We are very proud to have James in our team! Well done!