Kevin Reiterer received his trophy in Monaco last Saturday after winning the UIM Ski Division GP1 World title at the end of last season in Sharjah.
The 26-year-old Reiterer was dominant while winning his second world crown at the UIM-ABP Aquabike World Championship.
The Victory Team racer was faultless as he finished 33 points clear of Frenchman Raphael Maurin and a further 79 points ahead of defending world champion from Belgium, Quinten Bossche on the picturesque Khalid Lagoon.
Besides the world crown, Reiterer had earlier capped a further success with the prestigious King’s Cup held in Thailand.
Reiterer said in the Monte-Carlo Sporting:
I think 2018 was one of the highlights of my career when I reflect on the season gone by.
When I look at the results and my achievements, it gives me a different sense of purpose and confidence to push ahead for even successes with the backing and support of the Victory Team.
I have been successful by myself during my Aquabike career.
But with the backing of a truly professional set-up like the Victory Team, I have only got better.
I can see myself set bigger goals for this season.
Victory Team’s Chairman of the Board of Directors Huraiz Bin Huraiz added:
Kevin’s form was the highlight of last season for us.
This is something that will push and inspire the others from Victory Team to come up with even better results during this year.