60 years of magical moments have defined the Moomba Masters. Generations of legends have come and gone on the amazing venue, set on the Yarra river in the heart of Melbourne, Australia.

This year will be no different as athletes from all over the world descend onto the magical site. Looking to make magic happen on the water will be our cast of Stokes Skiers, determined to showcase their skills and navigate what can be a tricky site.

Jacinta Carrol, unbeaten in over 3 years in the jump event will be looking to extend her winning run and supplant herself as one of the true legends of the Yarra.

Felipe Miranda, coming off a great season where he finished 2nd at the World Championships, a veteran of the Moomba event, Felipe will look to continue his rich vein of form into 2020

Rodrigo Miranda, competing all the world and being on top of the pile for so many years, Rodrigo will be again going full guns for the Moomba title.  An amazing jumper for many years with many tournament wins, Rodrigo will want to put this one on the list of victories

Robert Hazelwood, the rookie coming into the event for his first Moomba Masters.  The River will either eat you alive or make a legend out of you.  Rob, who has been training in Chile with the Mirandas will be looking to show his full potential as an elite 3 event skier.

Jimin Jeong, the greatest South Korean skier of all time is hot coming into this tournament, training at Ski Fluid with Kyle Eade, Jimin has the look of someone ready to make some finals.  All signs are pointing up for this awesome South Korean skier.

Sia Ju, The youngest of the Stokes Team skiers.  Sia will be competing in the Junior Category.  A very good 3 event skier, Sia has been training in Florida for the lead up to this event at ActiveSkiing with Tom and June Asher and fellow team skier Felix Blomqvist.  Sia is ready to go and you can catch him tomorrow on the Moomba Webcast

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Moomba Masters 2020


We wish everyone a great event, don’t leave anything on the dock 😉