1.When Shaun Murray defied gravity.
1990, getting shifty, riding Hyperlite since the beginning, Lake St. Louis, Missouri. You bet I wakeboarded in my barefoot wetsuit. Protection and flotation all-in-one. When did you start? Can you remember who introduced you to the sport? My first ride was at Lake Shasta on a rented Skurfer from Silverthorne marina. @nautiqueboats @hyperlitewake @foxwake @aktionparks @orlandowatersports @miamiwatersports @thisismystory.us @jetpilotcompany @perfski @leadwake @ninjawarrior #MonkeyStrongFitness #AmericanNinjaWarrior #ninjawarrior #thisismystory #AMurrayCan #nautique
2. When Kacy Catanzaro proved that rest is key to an athlete's recovery.
#HappyBirthday to the BEST DAD in the whole world How did I get so lucky? You are the best man I know and you have helped mold me into the person I am today. I am so unbelievably grateful for your unconditional love. ❤️ Thank you for everything you have done for me! I will always be #DaddysLittleGirl I love you so much. I can't wait to see you in a couple weeks #ThatMustacheTho #BabyKacy #StuntinLikeMyDaddy
3. When Meagan Martin showed us to take a big, deep breath and relax.
4. When Jake Murray demonstrated that selecting the right equipment is important.
5.) When Brent Steffensen taught us about aerodynamics by forsaking his locks.
6.) When Jamie Rahn showcased the "Hands Free" technique.
7.) When Grant McCartney understood the value of great team members.