Jet-skiing superstar Jack Moule has stormed to glory as the national freestyle champion thanks to his death-defying flips – despite being just 14 years old.
Daredevil Jack is the youngest ever winner of the UK Jet-Ski Freestyle National Tour, beating adults more than three times his age in both the professional and amateur classes.
His signature moves include the nose stab – in which the jet ski leaps out of the water before landing nose-first vertically – and the incredible barrel-roll, where he forward loops the entire machine in mid-air.
Jack spent his summer touring the country with parents Suzan, 39, and Ian, 46, competing in all six rounds of the tour and beat more than 90 competitors.
Weighing in at eight-and-a-half stone and standing just 5’4″, Jack wowed judges with top-class flips, spins and rolls on his 22 stone jet-ski.
He clinched double victory at the final round in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, winning the amateur competition by an amazing 41 points, and the professional class by 13.
In the freestyle competition riders have two minutes to impress five judges with their jet-skiing skills.
They are marked on the number on quality of tricks they can fit in, and the fluency with which they link them together.