Mexican water-skier Fernando Reina Iglesias established a new globe record for quickest barefoot water skiing in Acapulco. He was was towed by a helicopter whilst skiing barefoot to achieve a speed of 153 miles (246 kilometres) per hour in his 2nd attempt. The nearby businessman and lawmaker for the Partido Verde Ecologista (Green Get together) broke the record established in 1989 by American skier Scott Pellaton. The earlier record speed was 135 miles (217 kilometres) per hour. RT on Facebook: www.facebook.com RT on Twitter: twitter.com
Once you have learned how to slalom water ski, get suggestions and directions on entering a slalom course on your slalom ski in this water skiing video.