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aut Austria
180 cm
80 kg
Current Team
Victory Team

    Career and Records

    Date of Birth: August 11, 1992 (26 years)

    Place of Birth: Bad Fishau, Austria

    Debut: 2008


    5-time World Champion

    6-time European Champion

    2015 UIM World Champion

    2016 UIM European Champion

    2016 Runner-up in UIM World Championships

    2017 Runner-up in UIM World Championships

    2-time King’s Cup winner

    Marocco Night Race Winner

    UAE Champion

    Five world crowns and six European titles till date, and that very much sums up what the young Kevin Reiterer stands for in his sport of Aquabike racing. Born in 1992 in Bad Fishau, around 50km south of Vienna, Reiterer was smitten by the aquabike bug very early in life.

    He turned professional in 2008, and over the past one decade in competitive aquabike racing, Reiterer has hogged the limelight while coming through as a true icon in the Ski GP category of Aquabike racing.

    At first, it was just racing for sheer love of the sport. But as the seasons went by, Reiterer realized his true calling to greatness in his sport. In 2014, he founded his own aquabike racing team. Kev-Racing became a team of dedicated racers firmly focused on their path of achieving aquabike greatness.

    Things began in 1997 when Reiterer’s dad Thomas was introduced to the sport by friends. A year later, Reiterer’s mum gifted him with his first jet ski. And from then on, as they say, it is all part of history for the sport of Aquabike racing.

    By 2003, the Reiterer family was travelling with the promising youngster through Europe while competing in the European Aquabike Championship. In 2005, Reiterer was picked up by the Austrian Hydrospace Factory Racing Team. It was a remarkable experience for the teenager as he travelled across the world doing what he loved best – racing to be among the icons of the sport.

    In 2008, the world experienced the full greatness of this racer as Reiterer won the King’s Cup title. One year later there was no one who could catch the Austrian ace. Deemed as one of the most talented and hard-working racers on the circuit, Reiterer’s exploits have landed him the full backing of Victory Team.