Canada’s Ryan Dodd won the inaugural La Pradera de Potosi Night Fly on Saturday at La Pradera Club in Bogota, Colombia. Dodd jumped 197 feet (59.9 meters) on his first attempt in the finals to clinch the title in the IWWF elite points tournament. U.S. athlete Zack Worden (195 feet/59.5 meters) finished runner-up. U.S. athletes […]
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 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.
Pro water skiing has returned to downtown Orlando, Florida, the mecca of water skiing and wake boarding. Check out this short video recap of the event, and make sure to be there next year!
Pro skiing returned to Orlando’s Lake Ivanhoe on October 19th for the first time since 1989, as the world’s best slalom skiers, jumpers, and wakeboarders battled for over $30,000 at the Orlando Watersports Fest. Here’s a glimpse of the action in case you missed the event!
The hype continues as the MasterCraft ProStar makes its way through the United States. World record holder, Freddy Krueger, narrates and takes us through the Pro Wakeboard Tour weekend held in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
These two jumpers are incredible athletes to watch, as they continue to push each other and the sport. I interviewed them both separately after the MasterCraft Shootout, and here’s what they had to say about the all new MasterCraft boat, Dodd’s win and their plans moving toward the World Championships in Santiago, Chile.
At 20 feet in length and 96 inches in width, the new ProStar is slightly larger, yet lighter, than its predecessor – the 190 / 197. However its world record capable performance, unparalleled functionality and its progressive appearance have no match.
WATERSKI Magazine hosted its third annual WATERSKI Awards on June 21 at the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, acknowledging and celebrating the accomplishments of the world’s greatest skiers and industry icons.
This was the 37th World Cup Stop in the series of the International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (IWWF). Hot on the heels of last month’s World Cup Stop in Mandurah, Western Australia, it was another thriller.