Sea-Doo PWC featured in reality show

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Bombardier's Sea-Doo personal watercraft will be featured in an upcoming episode of "Superstars," a new reality TV show that debuts tonight on ABC.

The show pairs eight athletes with eight celebrities for a variety of athletic competitions, with one team eliminated each week. The competitions include swimming, bicycle racing, rock climbing, kayak racing, and the Sea-Doo Challenge.

In the PWC event, the teams compete on identical Sea-Doo RXT iS models on identical side-by-side buoy courses. Each team member completes one lap, and the first team to complete the two-lap race wins. A "pit stop" was built in between laps to change riders and demonstrate the exclusive on-water braking capability of the new RXT iS with Intelligent Brake and Reverse.

"Superstars" airs at 8 p.m. Tuesday, with the Sea-Doo Challenge taking place in the fifth episode, scheduled to air July 21.

Click here for a sneak peek at the show.

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