A pair of Estevan wakeboarders each came home from the Canadian wakeboarding championship with gold medals on the weekend.
Taylor Johnson won her third consecutive national junior title at the event, held in St. Zotique, Que. She also earned a bronze medal in the women's open category.
Sage Dayman earned gold in the junior boys' division and added a bronze in the amateur wakeskate category.
The third Estevan wakeboarder at nationals, Marv Blue, added to a strong showing for the Energy City by finishing fourth in his division.
Johnson said repeating back-to-back-to-back in the junior division wasn't hard, although there were nine girls competing, which is more than usual.
"The gold (medal run) went really good. For junior women, me and another girl were the only ones who were able to do flips, so that was easy," she said.
Although the win was somewhat expected, she said it's a unique thing to be able to call herself a three-time national champ.
"Yeah, that feels pretty good."
In the open division, Johnson pulled off a front roll to secure the bronze.
"I landed a trick that I've only done once in my life," she said.
"It was good competition, so it actually showed how good of a rider I was."
Johnson started school at SIAST this week and is now done for the 2012 wakeboarding season.