own website. This is a youtubed version of his 12,400 point world record run from 2005.
Of note, Le Forestier also has a bunch of other videos of some really cool tricks on his site. Plus some photo goodness of his knee surgery.
Going along with the world record theme of this post, you can look here for a list of current world record holders in the main three event categories, including Skifly.
Pretty impressive stuff. It would be sweet to track down videos from these various runs. If possible.
Here is the list of current world record holders (for those to lazy to click on the link below!). Actually, click here for a very complete list.
Jump: Freddy Krueger (240 feet)
Trick: Nicolas Le Forestier (12,400 Points)
Slalom: Chris Parrish (1.5 at 43 off)
Ski Fly: Jaret Llewellyn (299 feet)
Jump: Elena Milakova (186 feet)
Trick: Mandy Nightingale (8,740 Points)
Slalom: Kristi Overton - Johnson (1 at 41 off)
Ski Fly: Elena Milakova (228 Feet)
Jump: Ryan Fitts (193 Feet)
Trick: Jimmy Siemers (6,820 Points)
Slalom: Will Asher (3.5 at 41 off)
Jump: Regina Jaquess (152 Feet)
Trick: Regina Jaquess (4,440 Points)
Slalom: Regina Jaquess (2 at 39.5 off)
Search around and take a look, I can't find Wakeboard records and I don't feel like figuring out how to convert meters to feet for Barefoot. Maybe later on.
Nicolas Le Forestier (nicolasleforestier.com)
World Records (usawaterski.org)