A Japanese, Belgian, and Thai athlete won the Jet Ski World Cup Series 2020 -2021 at Jomtien Beach.
Sunday, (April 25th) was the final day of the competition without spectators in the stands due to Covid–19 measurements and precautions.
Officers from the Royal Thai Navy and the Pattaya health office had previously inspected the Jet-Ski World Cup 2021 to ensure Covid -19 measurements were being followed, which included steps like no fans being allowed on the direct site, social distancing for participants, mask-wearing at all times except when racing alone on jet skis and other health measures.
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Suphak Settura, a Thai national was the winner in the ‘Pro Sport GP’ World Cup World Series and received about 900,000 baht in total prize winnings.
QUINTEN VANDENBOSSCHE, a Belgian athlete won the ‘Pro Ski GrandPrix’ World Cup Series and received about 2.4 million baht.
Permphon Teerapatpanit, a Thai national, won the ‘Pro Runabout 1100 Open’ World Cup World Series and received more than 900,000 baht.
HAJIME ISAHAI, a Japanese national, won the biggest type of competition the ‘Pro Runabout GP’ World Cup World Series, and received more than 2.4 million baht.
Organizers of the event stated that despite disappointment from fans that they were unable to root on their teams from the stands that the event was a success and showed that large outdoor sporting events could still be held even during Covid-19 with proper measures and precautions. The international athletes participating had all done a fourteen-day quarantine and been vaccinated for Covid-19. Additionally, they were participating in a “bubble” system along with their “pit” teams to ensure they were properly protected from Covid-19.
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