Thailand’s jet ski team of 18 racers will see the spokesman of the National Council for Peace and order Col Winthai Suvaree leading the team to compete at Lake Havasu in Arizona, USA for world championship.
He spoke with confidence that the team would be able to win the race in Blowsion World Finals.
Saying that this will be the second time in his life to compete for world title in Lake Havasu, the 48-year-old Col Winthai who won this year’s Expert Roundabout Limited catergory in Thailand, said he would try to perform as best as he could to make the country well-known to the world on jet ski, and also to fulfil the policy of the Government to promote Thailand as the sports tourism destination.
“I will do the best as this is a good chance for me to compete in the world class race. At least this will also make Thailand known to the world. If our jet skis are in perfect condition, we will make it to victory.”
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Posted by Thai PBS English News on Wednesday, 20 September 2017
Col Winthai has been in the jet ski sports for over 10 years.
After work at the NCPO, he would exercise on weekdays, and rehearse jet ski ride on Saturday and Sunday.
The Blowsion World Finals will be held from Sept 30-Oct 8.
It is the most venerable and prestigious single personal watercraft event in the world. With an invitation-only policy attracting over 750 of the world’s best personal watercraft racers, the World Finals have been the cornerstone of International Jet Sports Boating Association (IJSBA) racing.
In its 36th year, racers from around the world make the pilgrimage to Lake Havasu City every October for the opportunity to vie for the world champion title on the international stage.