BallOfSpray is proud to announce that NorCal MasterCraft has signed on as the title sponsor of the NorCal MasterCraft BallOfSpray Cash Prize. The event will be held October 3 & 4 at Bell Acqua Lake 3 in Rio Linda California.
Pro and amateur skiers alike will compete for $6,000 in prize money. The event is comprised of 2 rounds of prelims and a final. Every competitor will ski 3 times and every competitor has an opportunity to take home prize money. The top 16 skiers at each event will compete for $3,000 in a head-to-head final and the remaining skiers will compete for an additional $3,000 in a handicap final.
General Notes and Rules
All scores will be entered into the Cash Prize Score Book without regard to boat speed. The values for 34 MPH scores will be used for 36 mph and 32 mph skiers.
Seeding for the Head to Head will be as follows
All rules are subject to change
Entries are non-refundable unless the event fills. Entry fees will only be refunded when a skier from the waiting list replaces a canceled entry.
The entry fee is $200
For the third consecutive year, the American Water Ski Association is supporting its athletes by raising funds to offset the financial constraints of participating in international events. The International Water Ski Team Funding live online auction will be held from 8 a.m. (EDT) on Monday, July 22 until 6:00 p.m.(EDT) on Wednesday, Aug. 14. Through this live online auction, you will be able to purchase outstanding products, memorabilia, instruction from world-renowned ski schools and instructors, or the ultimate Regina Jaquess Limited Edition 2020 Malibu from Minnesota Inboard Water Sports.
To view and bid on items, visit https://www.32auctions.com/AWSA.
Come join our funding team!
Go Team USA!
About The American Water Ski Association The American Water Ski Association (AWSA) is one of nine sport discipline organizations of USA Water Ski & Wake Sports, the United States Olympic & Paralympic Organization- recognized National Governing Body (NGB) for organized water skiing and wakeboarding.
Will Asher earned his second Pro slalom victory of the season, defeating Freddie Winter in the head-to-head finals of the San Gervasio Pro-Am. Asher ran 3.5 buoys at 10.23m(41’off) in the final round, edging out Winter’s 3. The San Gervasio Pro-Am was held in San Gervasio, Italy (Jollyski) on July 5th – 7th, 2019.