I love getting reader letters. Sometimes they’re heartwarming; other times they’re critical, and still other times they’re weird. But whatever tone they take, it’s just good to know people are reading and invested enough in WATERSKI to reach out and connect.
Ron Scarpa, 50, is president of Barefoot Brothers Construction. The name was inspired by his background as a world champion barefoot water skier. His company recently completed renovating East End Market, a former church where chefs, bakers, horticulturalists and other merchants lease space in what is becoming a cultural hub off Corrine Drive in Orlando. […]
Need some motivation to get you through the cold and crappy weather ahead? Check out Jordan Orsak’s video titled Summer Rewind 2013, which was captured at the San Marcos River Ranch (host site of the 2014 USA Water Ski Nationals).
Check out the photo gallery of the World Champions of today and their competitors from across the globe. Continue on the next page for interviews with some of the World Champions.
Not everyone has access to a coach every time they ski, but wouldn’t it be nice to have a custom plan specific to your needs and goals sent to you everyday? A plan that takes into account your normal daily schedule, other activities and has your ultimate goal in mind. Mapple Training System now brings […]
Everyone loves some fresh new faces. The World Water Ski Championships in San Bernardo, Chile, this past weekend brought in some new and excited skiers to the top of the skiing world. Among them are the big German boy Bojan Schipner; Freddie Winter, Great Britain’s new slalom star; 12-year-old Neilly Ross, the youngest skier to make finals; and the 6-foot-5-inch Canadian, Stephen Neveu.
The magnificent Lago los Morros site on the outskirts of Santiago, Chile, created the perfect mix of thrills and heartbreak at the 33rd World Waterski Championships, held November 26-Dec. 1.
The 33rd World Water Ski Championships will go down in the record books as one of the most exciting and highest scoring worlds in the history of the sport.
The U.S. Elite Water Ski Team won the overall team gold medal and four U.S. water ski athletes combined to win five individual gold medals in respective events at the 33rd Water Ski World Championships, Nov. 26-Dec. 1, at Lago Los Morros in San Bernardo, Chile.
Twenty-one-year-old Jacinta Carroll from Geelong, Australia has a lot to be proud of from her 2013 competitive water-ski season. After starting the year with a second place finish in jump at the Moomba Masters, she went on to win six pro water ski tournaments, and also managed to claim the gold overall medal and jump title at the U-21 World Water Ski Championships. Here’s what Carroll has to say.