United States won the overall gold medal at the International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation World Disabled Championships in Norway.
The American team excelled at the event in Skarnes, winning eight individual gold medals among a total haul of 26.
They ended on a score of 13,757.91 for a big victory at the biennial event, which was held over four days.
Australia won the silver medal but were way back on a total of 8,069.92.
Britain ended as the bronze medallists on 7,355.63 points.
The Championships saw the three disciplines of slalom, tricks and jumping grouped into sitting, standing and visually impaired categories.
Each athlete was given a certain number of points according to how close their score was to the minimum needed to set or equal a world record in the event for the same disability category and gender, as it stood on January 1.
In all, more than 40 athletes from 11 countries participated in the event hosted at the Slåstad Ski Club.