Thomas Degasperi

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Thomas Degasperi (born 18 January 1982) is an Italian professional water skier. He has won two World Championships one Masters title two Moomba masters titles, 2 times the Malibu open , 6 time the European championships , the Canadian open , the ski west pro, 2 times the New Zealand pro am, the Mexico pro am, the global invitations pro , the Alizee cup and many more for a total of over 20 pro titles and over 50 pro podiums

Biography[edit]

Born in Trento, Italy, he started water-skiing at age five. He was encouraged by his father, Marco Degasperi, a well-known water-skiing coach and practiced at his father's ski school on Caldonazzo Lake in northern Italy.[1] At 15 he won his first medal at the European Championships: Gold in the slalom.

Achievements[edit]

Major Championships[edit]

2016 Malibu open champion Canadian pro am champion European champion 6th title


  • 2014

Moomba masters champion Us masters champion


World Championships

  • 2007, 2011

2 silver medals at the world championships 6 gold medals at the Europeans Over 15 pro titles Over 50 pro podiums Ranked number 1 in the world

References[edit]

Thomas Degasperi