Cameron Osbourne, Ellen Jones and Luke Harrison win world championship water skiing events

Brothers Jack and Luke Harrison, pictured last year, competed at the World Water Skiing Championships in Seattle. Luke was corwned junior boys champion, while Jack finished third in the senior men's. Picture: Geoff Jones

Brothers Jack and Luke Harrison, pictured last year, competed at the World Water Skiing Championships in Seattle. Luke was corwned junior boys champion, while Jack finished third in the senior men's. Picture: Geoff Jones

THE Hawkesbury boasts a number of newly crowned world water skiing champions.

The World Water Skiing Championships was hosted in Seattle from July 26 to August 6, with a number of competitors from the Hawkesbury entering.

Cameron Osbourne and Ellen Jones won the men’s and women’s F2 events respectively, while Jack Harrison finished in third place in the men’s.

Brock McMillan, Grace Jones, Nellie McMillan and Michael Boylan competed at the World Water Skiing Championships in Seattle. Picture: Geoff Jones

Brock McMillan, Grace Jones, Nellie McMillan and Michael Boylan competed at the World Water Skiing Championships in Seattle. Picture: Geoff Jones

Jack’s younger brother Luke won the junior men’s category, with Brock McMillan finishing in second place.

Brock’s sister Nellie finished second in the junior girl’s category, while Ellen Jones’ sister Grace was third.

Michael Boylan finished fifth in the junior boys category.

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