LOTO to Add Five Inductees Into Its Hall of Fame

As published online from Powerboat Nation.

New LOTO Hall of Fame inductees Bob Teague, Myrick Coil, Tiffany Maasen, Brad Harrington and Tim Kowalski.

For the eighth consecutive year, the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout Board of Directors has announced its latest group of inductees into the Shootout Hall of Fame.

The 2020 inductees will be honored at a special dinner on Tuesday, Aug. 25, at 7:00 p.m. at the Stables Event Center in Sunrise Beach, MO. (See ticket information below.)
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Teague Power Dominates the 71st Annual Catalina Ski Race

The 71st running of the Catalina Water Ski Race, dubbed ‘The World’s Greatest Ski Race’ was Saturday, July 20, 2019.  The official event website highlights the ski race’s “rich 70 year history, quality of competition, and challenge of the open ocean” as some of the reasons the event has earned worldwide notoriety over the decades.

Skier Cameron Obsorne on board Sean Moore’s twin TCM 825 EFI-powered 42’ Fountain “Extreme Insanity” who went on to win 3rd Place Overall. Photo by Colby Barritt

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All About Sweat Equity

Words Jason Johnson l photos Tom Leigh and Teague Custom Marine

A couple of months after breaking in their brand new 26 Savage from Adrenaline Custom Boats in Phelan, Calif., owners Josh and Cherilyn Noack of Teague Custom Marine in Valencia, Calif., took the opportunity to show off the boat at a couple of substantial events in Lake Havasu City, Ariz.—the Lake Havasu Boat Show in early April and the Desert Storm Poker Run at the end of the month. Continue reading

Young Guns The Under-40 Dozen

As seen in Speed On The Water Issue 35 March/April 2019.
Who will guide the high-performance marine industry into the future? Here’s a look at 12 shakers and movers who have yet to celebrate their 40th birthdays.

Words by Matt Trulio and Jason Johnson | Photos by Pete Boden

There’s no shortage of gray hair in the high-performance marine world—that much we know, starting with a quick look in the mirror. Right now, that’s not a problem. But could it become one? Is there a next generation of folks in the go-fast marine world who can and will shepherd the industry when its elder statesmen are gone?
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