Today, Waterski Pro Tour unveils a website and social media campaign to promote the 2021 professional water ski season and beyond. A new, unified tour of pro events, under the umbrella of the Waterski Pro Tour, will be promoted via these centralized hubs of information and action. Current fans will have a singular place to connect with the sport, while a new, wider audience will be offered a jumping in point to immerse themselves in the drama of the world’s best competing for the tour title.
Found in one place for the first time in water skiing the Waterski Pro Tour website offers:
This will be communicated, with other relevant content, through accompanying Waterski Pro Tour social media accounts to enhance the experience of a fanbase that has seen considerable growth in recent years.
“Waterski Pro Tour is the continuation of the vision all pro skiers and organizers worldwide have been holding dear for the last decade.” - Matteo Luzzeri, organizer of San Gervasio Pro-Am.
“This unification of events creates something greater than the sum of its already great parts. It’s definitely something the industry can and will get behind” - Brooks Wilson, brand manager of Radar Skis.
“2020 was a weird year but it was the best this century for growth of the pro skiing audience. Waterski Pro Tour will allow the sport to continue that trend on a larger scale” - Vince Stadlbaur, CEO of Waterski Broadcasting Co.
Waterski Pro Tour is a marketing initiative, founded in 2020, with the aim of accelerating public engagement with professional water skiing. It will promote a unified tour of events with the aim of further engaging the existing and emerging audience of pro water skiing and, by doing so, promote the great sport of water skiing as a whole.
Instagram, Facebook, TikTok: @waterskiprotour
Without question, the year 2020 imposed many challenges for us all; some of which have carried into the New Year. From political uproar to the shutdown of universities, not a single one of us came out unaffected. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the waterski world has completely changed. The success of the Sun Devil Waterski Team depends solely on its members’ ability to act under pressure, be resilient, adaptive, and innovative - this is who we are.
As a collegiate water ski team, we compete in tournaments year-round to showcase our hard work in attaining titles for ASU. In our last competition season, we ranked #1 in the Western Region and placed 6th out of 60 teams at the national competition! As of early March, all collegiate tournaments were canceled for the rest of the season; preventing us from working toward a national title. During this time, we had to trade our spirit-enhancing tournament events for small, limited, one-on-one gatherings. Our bonding time on the lake has been reduced to a limited practice schedule with social distancing. Despite the challenges, the Sun Devil Water Ski Team has an incredible sense of family and determination that remains steadfast. We hold ourselves accountable to radiate affinity for one another, be understanding, and constantly work toward improvement, regardless of our ability to compete at this time. Our team continues to look toward the future when we can compete together again, and will welcome new skiers of all different levels to join us in making ASU proud!
We ask you to consider donating to the Sun Devil Water Ski program to ensure its success well into the future. During this season, Arizona State University has suspended all funding for sports clubs. Even in a regular season, we can only rely on a small amount of guaranteed funding ranging from $5,000 to $10,000 a year, which is quickly consumed for our annual practice lake lease. Sun Devil Waterski provides a collegiate, supportive, and athletic outlet for skiers of all levels to come together and do what we love to do - shred! As ambassadors of the sport, we are asking for the help of our families, friends, and supportive businesses to safeguard this team for years to come. We are an empowered group of caring, innovative, and persevering young adults who strive for greatness on and off the water.
We hope you will consider making a gift to our 501(c)(3) nonprofit waterski team to further the tradition of collegiate water skiing at ASU. Thank you for being an ambassador of the sport. If you have questions, please contact our President Gage Jarvis (907)-306-4321 or via the team fundraising email at fundraising.sundevilwaterski@
You can donate now on our websitewww.waterskiasu.com
This week the guys talk about what it takes to break through to the next level of your skiing. So many skiers have their hips back and arms bent but what’s causing that issue, let’s find out.
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It’s time to get on the water. Spring has sprung and the boys talk about the best approach to take when you start your ski season.
After a week of traveling and getting settled into Florida training, we’re back for another technique Tuesday! Skiing with bent arms is a habit that can be tricky to get rid of and can cause a lot of problems for both your bouy count and muscle soreness. Check it out on my YouTube channel and like always I love to hear what you think!
Visualization plays a major role in the progress of technique to a skier. Listen as the boys chat through their approaches to this concept.