New Zealand's Morgan Diehl and Diego Font of Mexico share the lead of the open men's slalom contest at the International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation World Waterski Championships in Putrajaya in Malaysia.
Louis Duplan-Fribourg of France and Ukrainian Alexander Samoilovs sit in a share of third place at the Watersports Complex.
After the opening day of the open women's tricks event, Eleanor Benjamin of Britain leads on 4,130 points, with Jaime Metcalfe of New Zealand in second place on 4,120 points.
They have a clear lead over Czech Republic's Anna Češpivová in third, who has amassed 3,790 points.
Australia's Sade Ferguson leads the open women's jump preliminaries after day one with a jump to 153 feet.
Stanislava Prosvetova of the Ukraine sits in second place with a jump of 138ft.
Malaysian Aaliyah Yoong Hanifah jumped to 122ft for third, with Japan's Harue Kamiya in fourth after jumping 115ft.
Peruvian Rafael De Osma Bedoya leads the men's tricks contest with a score of 6,950 points.
Luca Spinelli of Italy is his closest rival on 6,140 points, with Marek Młynek of Slovakia third on 5,880 points.
Competition continues tomorrow with the open women's slalom and open men's tricks preliminaries.