Setting an Official Guinness Book of World Record: Largest Human Waterskiing Pyramid

UPDATE 11/05/2013: The Guinness Book of World Records officially announces 60 skiers pulled behind three Evinrude E-TEC 300 HP engines set the new world record for the Largest Human Waterskiing Pyramid.


Five water ski teams from Wisconsin and Illinois gathered together in Wisconsin Rapids, WI to break their own world record, pulling 60 skiers behind one boat, powered by three Evinrude E-TEC 300-HP engines. The teams repowered their boats with Evinrude E-TEC last year, and since then have set the world record twice.


Watch this behind-the-scenes video to see all the effort that went into making this record-breaking performance possible.


To see the newly released, official Guinness Book of World Records documentation, go look to the Guinness Book of World Records Largest Human Waterskiing Pyramid site.


Participating teams:

Badgerland (Waukesha), Water Bugs (Muskego), Aquaducks (Burlington), Backwater Gamblers (Rock Island, Ill.) and the Beaverland Must-Skis (Beaver-Dam).




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Learn more about the Evinrude E-TEC 300-HP engine here.