Asher wins Malibu Open Title, Bull takes 2nd!

Will Asher has capped off an incredible season by becoming the 2019 Malibu Open Champion. After making his way to the finals, Asher absolutely STROKED 41’off, getting 1 buoy at 43’off to claim the title. This marks the 3rd time this year in a pro event that Asher has run 41’off. He did it en route to a victory in the French Malibu Open and the prelims of the Botaski Pro-Am. His chemistry on the new Syndicate Omega is undeniable.

Jaimee Bull continued her ascent in pro womens slalom, claiming the top spot heading into the head-to-head finals with 5 buoys at 39’off. At only 19 years old, Canadian Syndicate pro Jaimee went head to head with America’s Regina Jaquess, ultimately taking 2nd place. Amazing performance after amazing performance, it’s only a matter of time before Jaimee takes the final step to a pro slalom victory.

Asher & Bull got 1st & 2nd at the 2019 Malibu Open on their Syndicate Skis.
Bull & Jaquess all smiles in the pro women finals

The Syndicate team had a solid showing at Malibu, with Matteo Luzzeri running 2@41’off & Allie Nicholson running 2@39’off in the semis. See below shots of Jon Travers, Benny Stadlbaur, Nick Adams, Allie, Jaimee and Will.

Marcus sat down with Will Asher prior to the big Malibu Open victory to get some behind the scenes thoughts on skiing, internal drive, waterskiing and more. [viewer discretion advised–strong language]

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