USA Water Ski & Wake Sports

JUNIOR U.S. OPEN WATER SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

PAST CHAMPIONS

2021 – Martindale, Texas

Boys’ Slalom: Evan Kraus (Canada), 3 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Matias Gonzalez (Chile), 9,240 points

Boys’ Jumping: Ty Kosek (United States), 142 feet

Boys’ Overall: Will Blair (Mooresville, N.C.), 2,860.2 points                  

Girls’ Slalom: Alana Jones (United States), 5 buoys at 35 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Dominga Gonzalez (United States), 5,370 points

Girls’ Jumping: Samantha Hill (United States), 106 feet

Girls’ Overall: Shea O’Brien (Canada), 2,818.2 points

Men’s Slalom: Landon Geels (United States), 5 buoys at 38 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Sean Kraus (Canada), 7,850 points

Men’s Jumping: Jonathan Leutz (United States), 179 feet

Men’s Overall: Blaze Grubbs (United States, 2,934.6 points

Women’s Slalom: Brooke Baldwin (United States), 3-1/2 buoys at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Brooke Baldwin (United States), 7,430 points

Women’s Jumping: Brooke Baldwin (United States), 131 feet

Women’s Overall: Brooke Baldwin (United States), 3,000.0 points

 

2020 – Maize, Kan.

Boys’ Slalom: Blaze Grubbs (United States), 5 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Blaze Grubbs (United States), 7,030 points

Boys’ Jumping: Blaze Grubbs (United States), 162 feet

Boys’ Overall: Blaze Grubbs (United States), 3,000.0 points

Girls’ Slalom: Kennedy Hansen (United States), 3 buoys at 38 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Allyson Grathwohl (United States), 6,010 points

Girls’ Jumping: Kennedy Hansen (United States), 120 feet

Girls’ Overall: Kennedy Hansen (United States), 3,000.0 points

Men’s Slalom: Ben Leutz (United States), 1 buoy at 39-1/2 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Ethan McKinnon (Australia), 5,620 points

Men’s Jumping: Jonathan Leutz (United States), 192 feet

Men’s Overall: Garrett Reese (United States), 2,684.0 points

Women’s Slalom: Brooke Baldwin (United States), 2-1/2 buoys at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Brooke Baldwin (United States), 8,130 points

Women’s Jumping: Brooke Baldwin (United States), 152 feet

Women’s Overall: Brooke Baldwin (United States), 3,000.0 points

 

2019 – Oconomowoc, Wis.

Boys’ Slalom: Blaze Grubbs (United States) 2 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Jake Abelson (United States), 8,920 points

Boys’ Jumping: Brody Keller (United States), 158 feet

Boys’ Overall: Blaze Grubbs (United States), 2,738.7 points

Girls’ Slalom: Kristen Baldwin (United States), 3 buoys at 38 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Kennedy Hansen (United States), 8,470 points

Girls’ Jumping: Kristen Baldwin (United States), 132 feet

Girls’ Overall: Kennedy Hansen (United States), 2,928.0 points

Men’s Slalom: Ben Leutz (United States), 4 buoys at 38 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Garrett Stallings (United States), 5,600 points

Men’s Jumping: Ben Leutz (United States), 190 feet

Men’s Overall: Garrett Stallings (United States), 2,345.8 points

Women’s Slalom: Allie Nicholson (United States), 2 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Anna Gay (United States), 10,150 points

Women’s Jumping: Anna Gay (United States), 130 feet

Women’s Overall: Anna Gay (United States), 2,945.2 points

2018 – Axis, Ala.

Boys’ Slalom: Federico Jaramillo (Colombia), 5 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Patricio Font (Mexico), 10,940 points

Boys’ Jumping: Will Roberts (United States), 173 feet

Boys’ Overall: Tobias Giorgis (Argentina), 3,000.0 points

Girls’ Slalom: Luisa Jaramillo (Colombia), 2 buoys at 38 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Kennedy Hansen (United States), 7,580 points

Girls’ Jumping: Kennedy Hansen (United States), 129 feet

Girls’ Overall: Kennedy Hansen (United States), 3,000.0 points

Men’s Slalom: Sean Hunter (United States), 2-1/2 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Ignacio Girorgis (Argentina), 7,210 points

Men’s Jumping: Cullen Parker (United States), 167 feet

Men’s Overall: Ignacio Girorgis (Argentina), 2,609.4.0 points

Women’s Slalom: Kassidy Hawkins (United States), 2 buoys at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Anna Gay (United States), 6,100 points

Women’s Jumping: Mariah Fields (United States), 131 feet

Women’s Overall: Anna Gay (United States), 3,000.0 points


2017 – Axis, Ala.

Boys’ Slalom: Sean Hunter (United States), 2 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Patricio Font (Mexico), 9,760 points

Boys’ Jumping: Will Roberts (United States), 168 feet

Boys’ Overall: Tobias Giorgis (Argentina), 2,706.0 points

Girls’ Slalom: Luisa Jaramillo (Colombia), 1 buoy at 38 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Kennedy Hansen (United States), 6,560 points

Girls’ Jumping: Taylor Grathwohl (United States), 123 feet

Girls’ Overall: Kennedy Hansen (United States), 2,919.0 points

Men’s Slalom: Taylor Garcia (United States), 3 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Diego Font (Mexico), 5,660 points

Men’s Jumping: Taylor Garcia (United States), 193 feet

Men’s Overall: Taylor Garcia (United States), 3,000.0 points

Women’s Slalom: Allie Nicholson (United States), 3 buoys at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Anna Gay (United States), 6,640 points

Women’s Jumping: Aliaksandra Danisheuskay (Belarus), 154 feet

Women’s Overall: Aliaksandra Danisheuskay (Belarus), 2,879.0 points


2016 – Canajoharie, N.Y.

Boys’ Slalom: Sean Hunter (United States), 5 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Patricio Font (Mexico), 9,760 points

Boys’ Jumping: Joel Poland (Great Britain), 176 feet

Boys’ Overall: Joel Poland (Great Britain), 2,960.5 points

Girls’ Slalom: Paige Rini (Canada), 4 buoys at 38 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Neilly Ross (Canada), 10,050 points

Girls’ Jumping: Brooke Baldwin (United States), 131 feet

Girls’ Overall: Brooke Baldwin (United States), 2,878.5 points

Men’s Slalom: K.C. Wilson (United States), 2 buoys at 41 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Emilio De Uriarte (Mexico), 5,800 points

Men’s Jumping: Cole McCormick (United States), 162 feet

Men’s Overall: Cole McCormick (United States), 2,875.9 points

Women’s Slalom: Allie Nicholson (United States), 1/2 buoy at 39-1/2 feet off

Women’s Tricks: N/A (No Competitors)

Women’s Jumping: N/A (No Competitors)

Women’s Overall: N/A (No Competitors)

2015 – Scott, Ark.

Boys’ Slalom: Diego Font (Mexico), 2 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Diego Font (Mexico), 6,340 points

Boys’ Jumping: Quinn Haines (United States), 166 feet

Boys’ Overall: Quinn Haines (United States), 3,000.0 points

Girls’ Slalom: Brooke Baldwin (United States), 2 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Neilly Ross (Canada), 8,960 points

Girls’ Jumping: Brooke Baldwin (United States), 124 feet

Girls’ Overall: Brooke Baldwin (United States), 3,000.0 points

Men’s Slalom: K.C. Wilson (United States), 2 buoys at 41 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Diego Trejo (Mexico), 6,630 points

Men’s Jumping: Nick Lang (United States), 211 feet

Men’s Overall: Santiago Varas (Chile), 2,628.6 points

Women’s Slalom: Allie Nicholson (United States), 4 buoys at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Elizabeth Montavon (United States), 5,380 points

Women’s Jumping: Taryn Grant (Canada), 158 feet

Women’s Overall: Taryn Grant (Canada), 2,481.0 points


2014 – Scott, Ark.

Boys’ Slalom: Taylor Garcia (United States), 3 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Nick Lang (United States), 6,950 points

Boys’ Jumping: Taylor Garcia (United States), 179 feet

Boys’ Overall: Nick Lang (United States), 2,967.0 points

Girls’ Slalom: Samantha Dumala (United States), 1 buoy at 38 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Neilly Ross (Canada), 7,630 points

Girls’ Jumping: Abbi Grathwohl (United States), 120 feet

Girls’ Overall: Abbi Grathwohl (United States), 2,597.7 points

Men’s Slalom: K.C. Wilson (United States), 5 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Dylan Schaffer (United States), 9,120 points

Men’s Jumping: Martin Kolman (Czech Republic), 202 feet

Men’s Overall: Martin Kolman (Czech Republic), 3,000.0 points

Women’s Slalom: Taryn Grant (Canada), 3 buoys at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Giannina Bonnemann (Germany), 8,170 points

Women’s Jumping: Lauren Morgan (United States), 167 feet

Women’s Overall: Giannina Bonnemann (Germany), 2,860.2 points


2013 – West Chester, Ohio

Boys’ Slalom: Jonah Shaffer (Canada), 4 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Diego Font (Mexico), 7,130 points

Boys’ Jumping: Nick Lang (United States), 168 feet

Boys’ Overall: Christian DeVito (United States), 2,186.7 points

Girls’ Slalom: Bailey Austin (United States), 1 buoy at 38 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Anna Gay (United States), 6,150 points

Girls’ Jumping: Abbi Grathwohl (United States), 108 feet

Girls’ Overall: Abbi Grathwohl (United States), 2,985.3 points

Men’s Slalom: Dane Mechler (United States), 2-1/2 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Dylan Schaffer (United States), 6,140 points

Men’s Jumping: Steven Brooks (United States), 167 feet

Men’s Overall: Dylan Schaffer (United States), 2,650.8 points

Women’s Slalom: Lauren Morgan (United States), 1-1/2 buoys at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Erika Lang (United States), 8,530 points

Women’s Jumping: Lauren Morgan (United States), 156 feet

Women’s Overall: Erika Lang (United States), 2,931.2 points


2012 – Jerseyville, Ill.

Boys’ Slalom: Dane Mechler (United States), 2 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Patricio Font (Mexico), 4,930 points

Boys’ Jumping: Nick Lang (United States), 163 feet

Boys’ Overall: Samuel Greenwood (United States), 2,685.6 points

Girls’ Slalom: Erika Lang (United States), 3 buoys at 35 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Erika Lang (United States), 8,290 points

Girls’ Jumping: Valerie Grenier (Canada), 127 feet

Girls’ Overall: Erika Lang (United States), 2,720.1 points

Men’s Slalom: K.C. Wilson (United States), 2 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Steven Brooks (United States), 5,760 points

Men’s Jumping: Christopher Wharton (Great Britain), 177 feet

Men’s Overall: Steven Brooks (United States), 2,770.8 points

Women’s Slalom: Caroline Cooper (United States), 2 buoys at 35 feet off

Women’s Tricks: No Competitors

Women’s Jumping: No Competitors

Women’s Overall: No Competitors


2011 – Maize, Kan.

Boys’ Slalom: K.C. Wilson (United States), 1 buoy at 41 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Joshua Briant (Australia), 8,930 points

Boys’ Jumping: Joshua Briant (Australia), 160 feet

Boys’ Overall: Joshua Briant (Australia), 2,868.0 points

Girls’ Slalom: Makayla Haw (United States), 4 buoys at 35 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Erika Lang (United States), 8,990 points

Girls’ Jumping: Makayla Haw (United States), 137 feet

Girls’ Overall: Erika Lang (United States), 2,535.7 points

Men’s Slalom: Brooks Wilson (United States), 3 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Mason Mechler (United States), 4,770 points

Men’s Jumping: Kevin Malak (United States), 166 feet

Men’s Overall: Steven Brooks (United States), 2,960.0 points

Women’s Slalom: Nikki Waitt (United States), 2 buoys at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Nikki Waitt (United States), 2,150 points

Women’s Jumping: Nikki Waitt (United States), 116 feet

Women’s Overall: Nikki Waitt (United States), 3,000.0 points


2010 – Princeton, Texas

Boys’ Slalom: K.C. Wilson (United States), 4-1/2 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Joshua Briant (Australia), 8,840 points

Boys’ Jumping: Christopher Wharton (Great Britain), 155 feet

Boys’ Overall: Joshua Briant (Australia), 2,846.0 points

Girls’ Slalom: Makayla Haw (United States), 2-1/2 buoys at 38 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Nicole Naser (Chile), 5,790 points

Girls’ Jumping: Lauren Morgan (United States), 138 feet

Girls’ Overall: Makayla Haw (United States), 2,464.5 points

Men’s Slalom: Brooks Wilson (United States), 4 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Storm Selsor (United States), 8,290 points

Men’s Jumping: Storm Selsor (United States), 193 feet

Men’s Overall: Storm Selsor (United States), 3,000.0 points

Women’s Slalom: Michaela Cooper (United States), 4 buoys at 35 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Michale Briant (Australia), 7,240 points

Women’s Jumping: Maddison McCammon (Canada), 122 feet

Women’s Overall: Maddison McCammon (Canada), 3,000.0 points


2009 – Santa Fe, Texas

Boys’ Slalom: K.C. Wilson (United States) ½ buoy at 39-1/2 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Rodrigo Chapoy (Mexico) 7,240 points

Boys’ Jumping: Daniel Efverstrom (Sweden) 155 feet

Boys’ Overall: Daniel Efverstrom (Sweden) 2,644.8 points

Girls’ Slalom: Caroline Cooper (United States) 1 buoy at 35 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Carolina Chapoy (Mexico) 4,420 points

Girls’ Jumping: Lauren Morgan (United States) 132 feet

Girls’ Overall: Lauren Morgan (United States) 2,445.5 points

Men’s Slalom: Brooks Wilson (United States) 2 buoys at 38 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Storm Selsor (United States) 9,320 points

Men’s Jumping: Storm Selsor (United States) 198 feet

Men’s Overall: Storm Selsor (United States) 3,000.0 points

Women’s Slalom: Keri McClure (United States) ½ buoy at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Michale Briant (Australia) 6,680 points

Women’s Jumping: Keri McClure (United States) 111 feet

Women’s Overall: Keri McClure (United States) 3,000.0 points


2008 – West Chester, Ohio


Boys’ Slalom: Zack Worden (United States) 3-1/2 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Rodrigo Chapoy (Mexico) 6,400 points

Boys’ Jumping: Zack Worden (United States) 191 feet

Boys’ Overall: Zack Worden (United States) 3,000.0 points

Girls’ Slalom: Caroline Hensley (United States) 4 buoys at 35 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Erika Lang (United States) 5,520 points

Girls’ Jumping: Caroline Hensley (United States) 124 feet

Girls’ Overall: Caroline Hensley (United States) 3,000.0 feet

Men’s Slalom: Nate Smith (United States) 1 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Adam Sedlmajer (Czech Republic) 9,540 points

Men’s Jumping: Adam Sedlmajer (Czech Republic) 208 feet

Men’s Overall: Adam Sedlmajer (Czech Republic) 3,000.0 points

Women’s Slalom: Alex Lauretano (United States) 3 buoys at 35 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Michale Briant (Australia) 7,460 points

Women’s Jumping: Jenna Mielzynski (Canada) 149 feet

Women’s Overall: Alex Lauretano (United States) 3,000.0 points


2007 – Santa Rosa Beach, Fla.

Boys’ Slalom: Zack Worden (United States) 2-1/2 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Adam Pickos (United States) 9,290 points

Boys’ Jumping: Zack Worden (United States) 166 feet

Boys’ Overall: Zack Worden (United States) 2,700.8 points

Girls’ Slalom: Danielle Shipe (United States) 2 buoys at 38 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Caroline Hensley (United States) 6,620 points

Girls’ Jumping: Caroline Hensley (United States) 143 feet

Girls’ Overall: Caroline Hensley (United States) 3,000.0 feet

Men’s Slalom: Bernardo Graf (Mexico) 3 buoys at 38 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Stephen Critchley (Great Britain) 7,670 points

Men’s Jumping: Stephen Critchley (Great Britain) 195 feet

Men’s Overall: Stephen Critchley (Great Britain) 2,836.1 points

Women’s Slalom: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 4 buoys at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 7,870 points

Women’s Jumping: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 151 feet

Women’s Overall: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 3,000.0 points


2006 – Groveland, Fla.

Boys’ Slalom: Brooks Wilson (United States) 4 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Adam Pickos (United States) 8,530 points

Boys’ Jumping: Zack Worden (United States) 175 feet

Boys’ Overall: Storm Selsor (United States) 2,744.5 points

Girls’ Slalom: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 2-1/2 buoys at 38 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Michale Briant (Australia) 7,680 points

Girls’ Jumping: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 138 feet

Girls’ Overall: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 3,000.0 points

Men’s Slalom: Jonathan Travers (United States) 5-1/2 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Kyle Nightingale (United States) 8,070 points

Men’s Jumping: Kole Magnowski (Canada) 206 feet

Men’s Overall: Felipe Miranda (Mexico) 2,759.0 points

Women’s Slalom: Regina Jaquess (United States) 4 buoys at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Regina Jaquess (United States) 7,560 points

Women’s Jumping: Regina Jaquess (United States) 158 feet

Women’s Overall: Regina Jaquess (United States) 3,000.0 points


2005 – Santa Rosa Beach, Fla.

Boys’ Slalom: Bernardo Graf (Mexico) 3 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Adam Pickos (United States) 8,190 points

Boys’ Jumping: Jonathan Travers (United States) 150 feet

Boys’ Overall: Storm Selsor (United States) 2,782.1 points

Girls’ Slalom: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 2 buoys at 38 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 6,000 points

Girls’ Jumping: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 127 feet

Girls’ Overall: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 2,989.1 points

Men’s Slalom: Jason McClintock (Canada) 4 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Kyle Nightingale (United States) 8,520 points

Men’s Jumping: Felipe Miranda (Chile) 192 feet

Men’s Overall: Felipe Miranda (Chile) 2,914.1 points

Women’s Slalom: Regina Jaquess (United States) 4 buoys at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Danyelle Bennett (United States) 7,210 points

Women’s Jumping: Regina Jaquess (United States) 146 feet

Women’s Overall: Regina Jaquess (United States) 2,982.0 points


2004 – Santa Rosa Beach, Fla.

Boys’ Slalom: Bernardo Graf (Mexico) 2 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Adam Pickos (United States) 7,600 points

Boys’ Jumping: Brian Melnuk (Canada) 169 feet

Boys’ Overall: Jason McClintock (Canada) 3,000.0 points

Girls’ Slalom: Whitney McClintock (Canada) ½ buoy at 38 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Danyelle Bennett (United States) 6,690 points

Girls’ Jumping: Danyelle Bennett (United States) 141 feet

Girls’ Overall: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 2,897.0 points

Men’s Slalom: Ty Oppenlander (United States) 4 buoys at 39-1/2 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Kyle Nightingale (United States) 7,730 points

Men’s Jumping: Kole Magnowski (Canada) 177 feet

Men’s Overall: Matt Curmi (United States) 2,814.1 points

Women’s Slalom: Regina Jaquess (United States) 6 buoys at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Regina Jaquess (United States) 6,810 points

Women’s Jumping: Regina Jaquess (United States) 163 feet

Women’s Overall: Regina Jaquess (United States) 3,000.0 points


2003 – Altamonte Springs, Fla.*

Boys’ Slalom: Felipe Miranda (Chile) 3 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Felipe Miranda (Chile) 8,730 points

Boys’ Jumping: Felipe Miranda (Chile) 163 feet

Boys’ Overall: Felipe Miranda (Chile) 2,966.1 points

Girls’ Slalom: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 3 buoys at 35 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 5,750 points

Girls’ Jumping: Krista Rogers (United States) 121 feet

Girls’ Overall: Whitney McClintock (Canada) 2,933.3 points

Men’s Slalom: Ty Oppenlander (United States) 4-1/4 buoys at 38 feet off

Men’s Tricks: Justin Allen (United States) 7,080 points

Men’s Jumping: Dane Puxty (Australia) 200 feet

Men’s Overall: Dane Puxty (Australia) 3,000.0 points

Women’s Slalom: Regina Jaquess (United States) 2 buoys at 38 feet off

Women’s Tricks: Tarah Benzel (United States) 5,720 points

Women’s Jumping: Regina Jaquess (United States) 154 feet

Women’s Overall: Tarah Benzel (United States) 2,572.0 points


2002 – Santa Fe, Texas

Boys’ Slalom: Felipe Miranda (Chile) 2-1/4 buoys at 38 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Felipe Miranda (Chile) 7,650 points

Boys’ Jumping: Felipe Miranda (Chile) 166 feet

Boys’ Overall: Felipe Miranda (Chile) 3,000.0 points

Girls’ Slalom: Morgan Pavur (United States) 2 buoys at 35 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Danyelle Bennett (United States) 5,750 points

Girls’ Jumping: Joy Todd (United States) 138 feet

Girls’ Overall: Danyelle Bennett (United States) 2,692.4 points


2001 – Shreveport, La.

Boys’ Slalom: J.D. McClintock (Canada) 4 buoys at 35 feet off

Boys’ Tricks: Ryan Dodd (Canada) 8,520 points

Boys’ Jumping: Ryan Dodd (Canada) 172 feet

Boys’ Overall: Ryan Dodd (Canada) 2,960.8 points

Girls’ Slalom: Tarah Benzel (United States) 5-1/2 buoys at 32 feet off

Girls’ Tricks: Tarah Benzel (United States) 5,950 points

Girls’ Jumping: Joy Todd (United States) 121 feet

Girls’ Overall: Tarah Benzel (United States) 2,900.0 points


* Junior Men and Junior Women events were added in 2003