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April Coble-Eller

Birthdate: March 23, 1973     

Birthplace: Lillington, North Carolina

Current Residence: Lillington, N.C.

Height: 5' 7" Weight: 125 lbs.

Occupation: Professional Water Skier/Head Coach at Coble Training Center

Began Skiing: Age 3

Began Competing: Age 5

Events: Slalom

Sponsors: MasterCraft, Connelly, Revo, Overton’s, Speedo, Coble Ski School

Hobbies: Dancing & Working with Children

Best Performance

Slalom: 5 @ 39 off

Tricks: 5,750 points

Jump: 154 feet

Career Highlights

  • 2014 Masters - 3rd Place Women's Slalom
  • 2014 Moomba Masters - 3rd Place, Women's Slalom
  • 2013 Water Ski World Championships - 4th Place, Women's Slalom
  • 2013 Masters - 4th Place Women's Slalom
  • 2012 GOODE Water Ski National Championships - Open Women Slalom Champion
  • 2011 GOODE Water Ski National Championships - Open Women Slalom Champion
  • 2010 Malibu Open - Women's Slalom Champion
  • 2009 GOODE Water Ski National Championships - Open Women Slalom Champion
  • 2009 Water Ski World Championships - Silver Medal, Team Overall
  • 2009 Masters - 4th Place Women's Slalom
  • 2008 USA Water Ski Female Athlete of the Year
  • 2008 Water Ski National Championships - Open Women Slalom Champion
  • 2008 Pan American Water Ski Championships - silver medal Women's Slalom
  • 2008 H2Osmosis Pro Swerve Water Ski Championships - 2nd place Women's Slalom
  • 2008 Masters - 2nd place Women's Slalom
  • 2008 Moomba Masters - 2nd place Women's Slalom
  • 2005 Water Ski National Championships - Open Women Slalom Champion
  • 2004 Water Ski National Championships - Open Women Slalom Champion
  • 2004 U.S. Pan American Water Ski Teams and Junior Worlds Coach
  • 2002 Masters - 3rd place Women's Slalom
  • 2002 Moomba Masters - 3rd place Women's Slalom
  • 21-time National Champion
  • 2000 U.S. Pro Tour Season - 4th place Women's Jumping
  • 1998 U.S. Masters – 4th place Women's Slalom
  • 1997 U.S. Masters Overall Champion, 4th place Jumping, 5th place Tricks, 6th place Slalom
  • 1997 U.S. Open – 2nd place Jumping & Overall, 5th place Tricks, 6th place Slalom
  • 1997 World Championships – 2nd place Slalom, 6th place Jumping
  • 1996 Australian Moomba Masters Overall Champion
  • 1996 World University Trophy Trick, Jumping & Overall Champion
  • 1996 U.S. Open – 3rd place Tricks, 5th place Jumping
  • 1995 U.S. Open – 3rd place Tricks, 4th place Slalom & Overall, 7th place Jumping
  • 1994 Southern Regionals Jumping Champion, 2nd place Tricks & Overall, 3rd place Slalom
  • 1993 Collegiate All Stars Jumping Champion
  • 1993 America’s Challenge Gold Medalist
  • 1993 Nationals Slalom, Tricks, Jumping & Overall Champion
  • 1992 Collegiate Nationals Slalom & Overall Champion
  • 1991 Nationals - Women 1 - Overall Champion, 2nd place Slalom & Jumping, 4th place Tricks
  • 1990 Jr. Worlds - Girls - Slalom & Overall Champion
  • 1990 Southern Regionals - Girls - Jumping & Overall Champion
  • 1990 Jr. Olympic - Girls - Overall Champion
  • 1990 Nationals Jumping & Overall Champion
  • 1989 N.C. State - Girls - Slalom, Tricks, Jumping & Overall Champion
  • 1989 Nationals - Girls - Jumping Champion
  • 1989 Jr. Can-Am - Girls - Slalom Champion
  • 1989 Olympic Festival Gold Medalist
  • 1988 N.C. State - Girls - Slalom, Tricks, Jumping & Overall Champion
  • 1988 Southern Regionals - Girls - Slalom, Jumping & Overall Champion
  • 1987 Jr. All American - Girls - Overall Champion
  • 1987 N.C. State - Girls - Overall Champion
  • 1987 Southern Regionals - Girls - Slalom, Tricks, Jumping & Overall Champion
  • 1986 Superstars - Jr. Girls - Overall Champion
  • 1986 Junior All American - Girls - Overall Champion
  • 1986 Southern Regionals - Jr. Girls - Slalom, Tricks, Jumping & Overall Champion
  • 1985 & 1986 Nationals - Jr. Girls - Slalom, Jumping & Overall Champion