Competition is the center of many driving factors.
The desire to win drove us from the beginning to build the best equipment and make it flexible for use by athletes. An important factor in each competition is to evolve the equipment to win. Our rider make requests, we make advances, and we look to prove it on the hydro playing field.
Develop athletes and get feedback from professional use. If we only made beginner equipment, we’d only get amateur feedback, we need the balance in our line and the drive to lead the way. By building the skills and listening carefully to the feedback, we can work hard to maintain that competitive edge.
Competitions reflect the best of our sport to the wider world. It is important for use to develop and assist in pushing forward the state of competitions. Competitions need to be professional, they need to explore possibilities of growth as much as the equipment and the talent. They need to be taken as being fairly and transparently judged.
The result of this is communicating to the world that hydroflight is an exciting, dynamic sport that can entertain an audience. This wider audience puts us into a network with sponsors and partners that can help us to reach the next stage for our vision of hydrosport as a career and worthwhile endeavor.