Seseña Waterski & Wakeboard Complex has the pleasure to invite to all slalom skiers to the 2018 BOTASKI PROAM (IWSF Elite Tournament) to be held by Seseña’s Waterski & Wakeboard Complex (Toledo) June 29th - July 1st 2018.
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ORLANDO, FL () – The athlete list for the 59th Nautique Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament presented by GM Marine Engine Technology has been announced. Known as the most prestigious event in towed watersports, the 2018 Masters will not disappoint; held over Memorial Day weekend at the beautiful Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia.
New for 2018, there will be a Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ) event held for the Pro Men Wakeboard, Pro Women Wakeboard, Junior Pro Men Wakeboard and Pro Wakeskate divisions. The event will take place in Orlando, FL on April 28that the Orlando Watersports Complex. For more information and to sign up to try and earn your spot to the Masters, click here.
Defending champions and Nautique team athletes Ryan Dodd, Neilly Ross, Nate Smith, Whitney McClintock, Jacinta Carroll, Aliaksei Zharnasek and Meagan Ethell will all be on hand to battle it out for a shot at a back-to-back Masters title. For more information on the 2018 criteria please click here.
Only the world's most elite athletes compete at the Masters. An invitation to compete is universally considered an acknowledgement of achievement for reaching the pinnacle in a given watersports discipline. The tournament is sanctioned by IWWF/USA Water Ski and WWA. For more information about the 59th Masters, please visit masterswaterski.com
Over the last 20 years I have traveled the world to do clinics and bring my coaching to people at their own lakes. Most of the time I stay with the host and spend the entire time with them and some of the skiers at the clinic. In this more intimate setting it makes me accessible for ‘think tank’ type conversations and digging deeper into how all the pieces of the puzzle fit together. We talk about everything from technique, to ski set up, ski design, Zero Off strategies, fitness, nutrition, how to compete, planning and lots of other topics. My vision with Bro’s week is to set up this type of setting here in Orlando to kick off the ski season. 6 Bros, 4 days of skiing, where we can have some fun; rip some turns and get a better understanding of slalom skiing. I have always had the most success with students when I can explain concepts and help skiers see the big picture so they actually understand the WHY behind the instruction they hear.
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