Nick Parsons

DOB

5/23/1982

Hometown

Bountiful, UT

3 EVENT SKIER

I was born, raised, and currently live in Utah. As a kid in the summers my family went to the lake daily. I was pushed by my father to ski and learned to love the sport as I grew older. I graduated in Civil Engineering from the University of Utah, however, I now work as a baker. I am a third generation baker. My grandfather started the original Parsons’ Bakery and my father owns and operates another bakery were I work each day. Water skiing and baking have become complimentary for me. While in skiing I am always trying to find a new ski shape and settings, at the bakery I am always changing my recipes to get the best bread. Baking artisan bread and pastries by morning and waterskiing by afternoon is my daily schedule.

Nickname
The Yeti

Boat
Carbon Pro

Ski
Goode Nano 1

Why do you ski Centurion?
The Centurion Carbon Pro’s sport specific design has brought me piece of mind. No other boat company is designing boats specifically for 3-event tournament waterskiing. I choose Centurion because I want to the boat made for the job, a 3-event tournament waterski boat. For slalom, the Carbon Pro is lighter and has a cleaner wake then any boat out there. There is no frothy-white water, no big troughs, or roostertails that would adversely effect my skiing.

Sponsors
Goode Ski Technologies, Camaro Wetsuits, Marine Products Pro Shop Home Lake/River Sunten Lakes, Tooele, UT

Goals
I’ve had one goal for the past few years which I think is attainable. Running 41 off in a tournament is something I strive for each year.

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