This coming week brings the IWWF World Championships as the best skiers from around the world convene in Florida to battle it out for the biggest titles in the sport of water skiing. This bi-annual event is arguably the centerpiece of any top level skier's two year plan so expect the very biggest scores and highest level of competition. This will be helped by the top class venue in Sunset Lakes, the home of Jack Travers Waterski School and one of the best venues in the world for competitive water skiing.
You won't miss any of the action as TWBC will be broadcasting from the first skier to the last medal presentation. Having established themselves as the premier pro water ski event broadcaster in recent years, expect multiple camera angles, slow motion replay and pre and post-set skier interviews, all tied together with top class announcing from Tony Lightfoot and crew all week long.
The event starts on Tuesday with the lower series and builds up throughout the week with finals on the weekend. Crucial times to make yourself available: Men's and Women's Slalom finals will be held back to back around midday Eastern time on Saturday with the Jump finals around the same time the next day (full schedule below).
The World Championships is a 5 Star event across the board on the Waterski Pro Tour meaning the highest level of points are on offer. With only a few events remaining thereafter the jostling for final position on the season-long Tour Leaderboard is at an all time high.
Where to follow the World Championships:
  • - webcast + live scoring +  latest news
  • @waterskiprotour (Facebook + Instagram) - latest highlights + up-to-date on site action + interviews 

2021 IWWF World Championships Schedule of Events