University of Bath student Lloyd Wallace finished his summer season in style by soaring to a top-ten finish at the World Water-Ramp Aerial Series Final.
The competition – staged at the spectacular £30million training centre in Minsk, Belarus, featuring the world’s only indoor water-ramp – featured the world’s best aerial skiers.
Wallace, pictured with coach Mich Roth, needed to finish in the top 12 to reach the main final and produced a score of 109.38 for a triple twisting triple back to progress as seventh-best qualifier.
The Sports Performance student increased his score to 110.22 to successfully negotiate the first of three knock-out rounds in the final before landing his new quadruple twisting triple somersault in the second phase to finish seventh overall.
— Lloyd Wallace (@Lloyd_Wallace) September 15, 2016
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