2022 P1 AquaX Bahamas World Championship to be Hosted by Atlantis Paradise Island

Powerboat P1 announced that the 2022 P1 Aqua Cross Bahamas World Championship will once again be hosted by Nassau Paradise Island – a lush oceanside resort with a wealth of unique amenities for the entire family. The three-day event will run from November 4-6 2022, and marks the climax of the P1 AquaX personal watercraft race season.

The P1 AquaX Bahamas World Championship will feature a mix of forty professional and amateur endurance riders who qualify for the race through performances in the USA national series. The five-venue 2022 USA national championship features riders from ten countries, running some of the fastest off-the-shelf watercraft capable of speeds excess of 75mph.

In a press release, Powerboat P1 CEO Azam Rangoonwala stated, “Media and broadcast relationships play a key role in building P1 AquaX’s international presence and delivering significant exposure for host venues and commercial partners.

The event will be broadcast in the United States on the Bally Sports Regional Networks and CBS Sports Network, with international coverage on leading sports channels in more than 100 million homes in over 50 countries.

The opening day will include practice, testing, and qualifying, followed by six races across the weekend. Atlantis Paradise Island will provide a breathtaking setting for the high-speed action, and we could not be more pleased to partner with the resort again.”

Powerboat P1 indicated that “Riders seeking qualification through racing in the United States national championship will compete in the P1 AquaX Race to the Bahamas World Championship.

The result will be an international, elite field of the world’s best personal watercraft racers representing more than a dozen countries, with the Pro Enduro riders competing for the world title and the amateur riders battling for the P1 AquaX Amateur International Cup.”

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JD Brussels

A true Florida native, JD bought his first boat before he was old enough to drive. You can usually find him tinkering on one of his many projects, tearing up the ocean on his Ultra 310, or spending time out on the boat with his wife and 3 kids.

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