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09 December 2013 :: 13:12:36 pm 80355

4 Thai Jet Ski Riders Become Champions

4 Thai jet ski riders became champions in the top Pro class Jet Ski King Cup racing program held at jomtien beach on the 6th-8th of December.
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PATTAYA – December 8, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 1.00 p.m. there was the Jet Ski King Cup – World Cup Grand Prix 2013 on December 6-8, 2013 at Jomtien beach, Pattaya. The result were 4 jet ski riders became champions from 4 of the 5 top classes. 2 brothers named Theera and Suphak Sejthura were 1st and 2nd class champions, Chok-uthit Molee was the 3rd class champion and Songwuth Larpphasapphaisarn was the 4thclass champion.

The champion of the Pro Standing Jet Ski class was Mr. Dustin Monzurus from south Africa which was the only class where a foreign racer was a champion in the top 5 classes Mr. Dustin Monzurus was the first racer across the finish line of the 3 moto and collected maximum score at 180 points. The second prize went to a Mr. Hideyuki Kurahashi from Belgium and the third prize went to a Mr. Kevin Renterrer from Austria. For the Pro Sport class and Pro Sitting Jet Ski 800 cc. class, the champions were 2 brothers; Suphak Sejthura who is the second seed of the world ranking in the sport class and Theera Sejthura who is the first seed of the world ranking, respectively.

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The class that was unexpected was the Pro Freestyle class that Songwuth Larpphasapphaisarn could reverse to win the Japanese racer named Mr. Masao Ueki unexpectedly and the third prize was Mr. Naoya Hamanaka from Japan.

For the biggest class of the world cup was the Pro Sitting Jet Ski 1600 cc. class which in the 4th moto there was an unexpected incident when Chok-uthit Molee who was leading the race suddenly fell off his jet ski which shocked the audience as he was slightly injured but he climbed back onto his jet ski finishing 5th .

After the umpire announced the final scores the Thai audiences delighted that Chok-uthit had a total score of 211 points and was the champion. The second prize was James Booschel from England with score of 204 points and the third prize was Hajimi Izahi from Japan with a score of 192 points, respectively.

Reporter : Samart   Photo : Samart   Category : Sports News

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