Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 15, 2009
Modavox (OTC:MDVX) Internet broadcasting pioneer, producing and syndicating online audio and video, through the VoiceAmerica Talk Radio Network, today announced it will be an Internet broadcast partner of the International Jet Sports Boating Association World Finals in Lake Havasu, AZ. The World Finals will stream live on VoiceAmerica's PowerUp Motorsports Video Channel (http://www.powerupboombox.com) Oct 16-18, 2009.
The IJSBA World Finals features the top personal watercraft racers from over 30 nations and 40 states, and will be held at the Crazy Horse RV Resort & Campground in Lake Havasu, AZ from Friday, October 16th through Sunday, October 18th.
Fans around the world will be able to watch the live event, along with intermittent interviews of racers, at http://www.PowerUpBoomBox.com. This live event will be available through VoiceAmerica's parent company Modavox, Inc.'s patented BoomBox Video technology and aired live on VoiceAmerica's Power Up Video Channel.
The IJSBA is a veritable salute to personal watercraft and the youthful lifestyle it represents. Freestyle athletes will compete in the IJSBA Amateur Freestyle World Finals on Friday and the IJSBA Pro Freestyle World Finals with qualifying on Saturday and finals on Sunday.
Teams will be represented from countries across the globe, including USA, Canada, England, France, Thailand, Japan and Brazil.
Featured in the spotlight are two returning IJSBA Pro and eight IJSBA Pro-Am World Champions. The returning IJSBA Pro World Champions are Japan's Fumikazu Watanabe (Pro Freestyle-Yamaha) and the USA's Craig Warner (Pro Runabout 1200-Kawasaki).
Leading the Pro-Am World Champions in the field is Canada's Mike Klippenstein, who won two classes in 2008 (Pro-Am Veteran Ski-Hydrospace and Pro-Am Ski Grand Prix-Hydrospace). Also back to defend their Pro-Am titles are Austria's Kevin Reiterer (Pro-Am Ski Stock-Hydrospace),Kuwait's Yousef Ali-Abdulrazzaq (Pro-Am Runabout SS-Kawasaki), Japan's Emi Kanamori (Pro-Am Women Ski), Australia's Kylie Ellmers (Pro-Am Women Runabout-Sea-Doo), James Bushell of the United Kingdom (Pro-Am Runabout Stock-Sea-Doo) and USA's Dustin Charrier (Pro-Am Runabout Limited-Sea-Doo).
Also part of the field this weekend are expected to be several other former IJSBA Pro World Champions including the USA's Chris MacCluggage, Dustin Farthing, Amy Green and Eric Lagopoulus, South Africa's Dustin Motzouris, France's Nicolas Rius, Steven Dauliach and Jean Baptiste Botti, Thailand's Chaowalit Kuajaroon along with Brazil's Alessander Lenzi and Celio Vinicius.
The International Jet Sports Boating Association is the worldwide sanctioning body for personal watercraft competitive racing. IJSBA is responsible for the rules which govern the sanction, organization and conduct of sanctioned events; the standards for eligibility and conduct of competition and officials; the regulations for eligibility and preparation of watercraft; and the rules for annual series of events around the world. The IJSBA has affiliated associations, organizations and members in more than 50 countries worldwide and its headquarters are located in California, United States.
Modavox, Inc., the customized communications company, is a pioneer in Internet broadcasting, producing and syndicating online audio and video, offering innovative, effective, and comprehensive online tools for reaching targeted niche communities worldwide. Through patented Modavox technology, Modavox delivers content straight to desktops and Internet-enabled devices. Modavox provides managed access for live and on-demand Internet radio broadcasting, e-learning and rich media advertising. For more information, please visit http://www.modavox.com.
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