"Yeah, so we got out there the next morning before sunrise and it was perfect. Bluebird day, and just after the sun came up over the mountains, I hopped in the water and Jake pulled me next to the barge. The water quarter pipe formed up perfectly, I rode up it, hit the barge and rode away. Rodrigo was giving his signature cheers, so I knew it was good. We stop the boat, and Rodrigo's telling me that we got it, we got it. My heart was racing, I was so excited. It had been so much time and thought and energy going into it. But I look at him and go, 'That's way too fun to not do again.' (laughs) So we went back for another crack. I got another really good one where I felt like I had really good contact with the barge and snapped back down into the water quarter pipe. It was the best feeling. It's a feeling - in all my years being on the water - I've never felt on a wakeboard, and I don't know if I could ever truly describe it. I whipped back into the boat, Rodrigo's grinning from ear to ear, showing me the photo and saying we got it. I couldn't believe it. It had been such a journey, but it was so worth it. Rod tackled me into the water, and everybody's laughing at what we were just able to finally pull off.