BallOfScores 3.0 is available for download or update in the iTunes App Store for iPhone and iPod. Download http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ballofscores/id438091610?mt=8#
I spent time talking to some members of the BallOfScores team, the Radar team, as well as some other users while I was at Masters and LCQ back in May.This update is a direct result of their input. I thank you for your ideas and honest opinions.
What is new in version 3.0:
1. Live Scores: Reformatted view of the score submissions in the live feed.
2. Archived Scores: Now that there are scores from over 70 events saved in the archived scores section I found it necessary to be able to sort the content.
3. There is a NEW tab in the app which houses the current World Rankings in all three disciplines as well as overall for Open Men & Women and Under 21 Men & Women.
Soaked On-Water Results:
1.Ryan Dodd 208
2.Freddy Krueger 206
3.Tom Asher 197
4.Scot Ellis 196
5.Rodrigo Miranda 185
6.Jimmy Siemers 172
7.Kole Magnowski 198
8.Stephen Critchley 193
9.Casey Mommer 191
10.Mark Lane 190
1.Marion Mathieu 160
2.Lauren Morgan 159
3.Jacinta Carroll 156
4.Marie Vympranietsova 155
5.Regina Jaquess 149
6.Kate Adriansen 133
7.Jutta Lammi 142
8.Danyelle Bennett 136
9.Alex Laurentano 110
10.Whitney McClintock 117
1.Nate Smith [email protected]
2.Thomas Degaspari [email protected]
3T.Will Asher [email protected]
3T.Chris Rossi [email protected]
5.Aaron Larkin 2 [email protected]
6.Jonathon Travers [email protected]
7.KC Wilson [email protected]
8.Todd Ristircelli [email protected]
9.Tom Brantley 3 [email protected]
10.Corey Humburg [email protected]
1.Regina Jaquess [email protected]
2.Manon Costard ½ @41
3.Karen Truelove [email protected]
4T.April Coble Eller [email protected]
4T.Breanne Dodd [email protected]
6.Whitney McClintock [email protected](injury)
7.Danyelle Bennett [email protected]
8.Lauren Morgan [email protected]
9.Claire Welter [email protected]
10.Karina Nowlan [email protected]
ORLANDO, FLA (September 13, 2012) — Nautique earns the National Marine Manufacturers Association’s (NMMA) prestigious CSI award for the seventh consecutive year. This award recognizes Nautique’s excellence in customer satisfaction in the Inboard Watersports Boat category, as part of the 2012 Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) program.
The Marine Industry CSI Awards program honors participating manufacturers that actively measure customer satisfaction and pursue continuous improvement to better serve the customer. Nautique achieved and maintained an independently-measured standard of excellence of 90 percent or higher in customer satisfaction over the past year, based on information provided by customers purchasing a new boat during the period between April 1, 2011 and March 31, 2012.
“Recipients of the CSI Awards are leading the recreational boating industry forward by ensuring feedback from their customers is an integral part of their planning and manufacturing functions,” notes Terry Leitz, NMMA’s director of CSI programs.
ORLANDO, FLA (September 12, 2012) — As part of its continued support for the growth of towed watersports globally, Nautique announced today they have extended their agreement with the Victorian Water Ski Association (VWSA) to be the exclusive official towboat of the Moomba Masters through 2017.
The Moomba Masters tournament is held annually in Melbourne Australia and is viewed by hundreds of thousands of spectators each year during the several day event.
Three-event competitors will ski exclusively behind the record breaking Ski Nautique 200 which is known for creating superior wakes. The Ski Nautique 200 has towed athletes to twelve world records along with numerous personal bests since its inception.
Regina Jaquess added the Soaked Orlando title to her increasingly historic 2012 haul, riding her GOODE NANO ONE to the Women’s slalom title at the inaugural event held last weekend in downtown Orlando.
Regina ran 1 buoy at 41-feet off on the four-ball course in both the semis and finals to earn the win. Manon Costard finished second with 0.5 buoy at 41-feet off, while Team GOODE’s Karen Jaquess continued her strong year by taking third with 3 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off. Danyelle Bennett and Lauren Morgan rode their GOODE skis to 7th and 8th, respectively.
Regina has won titles this year at the U.S. Masters, GOODE Atlanta Pro Am, Malibu Open and now Soaked Orlando. She was recently named the 2012 WaterSki Magazine Female Slalom Skier of the Year.
In Men’s slalom, defending world champion Thomas Degasperi nearly pulled off a Team GOODE sweep, finishing second after four grueling runoffs with eventual champion Nate Smith. In the head-to-head finals, both Degasperi and Smith scored 1 buoy at 43-feet off three consecutive times. For the fourth runoff round, a tie-break rule was implemented that in the event of another tie, stipulated the win would be rewarded to the first skier off the dock, Nate. When both Nate and Thomas again skied 1 buoy at 43-feet off, the win went to Nate and Thomas took second.