Garcia placed second in girls’ slalom with scores of 1 buoy at 38 feet off in the first round and 3 buoys at 32 feet off in the second round.
Grathwohl placed second in girls’ tricks (6,060 points/4,470 points) and overall (2,506.03 points), third in jumping (103 feet/116 feet), and sixth in slalom (3 buoys at 32 feet off/1 buoy at 35 feet off).
U.S. athlete Garrett Stallings (Rossville, Tenn.) placed fourth in boys’ tricks (5,330 points/5,250 points).
Event winners were as follows: Australia’s Sade Ferguson, girls’ slalom and overall; Australia’s Tayla Simmonds, girls’ tricks; Peru’s Alejandra De Osma, girls’ jumping; Argentina’s Tobias Giorgis, boys’ slalom and overall; Mexico’s Patricio Font, boys’ tricks; and New Zealand’s Will Gibson, boys’ jumping.
For complete results, visit http://www.iwwfed-ea.org/competition.php?cc=T-18AUS318&page=TimeTable.
The Ski Nautique 200 was the exclusive towboat of the Junior Moomba Masters.