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OPEN WOMEN TRICKS FINAL (11am ET)
Chantal Singer, @neilly.ross, Whitney McClintock Rini and @paigelrini 
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#Repost from @neilly.ross - Solid day of prelims at the 2019 World Championships... finals Sunday 🤟🏼 .
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Happy to end the 2019 Worlds on a positive note with 5th and 11210 points in Tricks. Couldn’t have asked for better timing to finally nail this run than at the finals. #lifeofawaterskier #waterski #worldchampionships #waterskiing #trickskiing #teamcanski #waterskicanada @wswcanada
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2019 Nautique Canadian Water Ski Championships

  • Event Overview

    Event Overview

    THE EVENT

    Water Ski Canada and Club de Ski Nautique St-Donat are proud to host the 2019 Water Ski National Championships presented by Nautique; a national championship that gathers the Canadian water ski community from across the country. From August 7-August 11, 2019,  athletes will compete in trick, jump and slalom event to impress the judges and officials at Club de Ski Nautique St-Donat in Quebec. 

    The lake is 2900 feet in length and approximately 400 feet wide on average, all surrounded by mountains protecting us from the wind in just about any time. The ski school has been in operation for more than 30 years under the leadership of Benoit Allard, former Canadian Champion and member of the National Team of Canada, as well as 2-time Coach of the Year in Canada. The site is also used as a National Water Ski Training Center.

    Dates: August 7-11, 2019

    Location: Club de Ski Nautique St-Donat

    Site Address: 251 Chemin Fusey, St-Donat, Qc. J0T 2C0

    Facebook page for event: CLICK HERE

     

     



  • Bulletins (PDF)

    CLICK HERE for the online bulletin

  • Accommodation & Travel

    TRANSPORTATION: 

    Major Airport:

    • Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
    • Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport

    Rental Car Partner: Enterprise Car Rental

    On-Site Lake Parking Charges: None


    ACCOMMODATIONS:

    Official Host & Event Hotel

    Website: Le Grand R

    Address:

    251 Chemin Fusey
    Saint-Donat-de-Montcalm, QC
    J0T 2C0

    Phone: (819) 424-1333

    Refer to: 2019 Nautique Canadian Water Ski National Championships

    Start date: December 1, 2018
    End date: July 31, 2019

    Book your group rate by calling and mentioning: 2019 Canadian Water Ski Nationals

    Room Includes:

    • Fully equipped units with washer/dryer, complete kitchen, fireplace, etc.

    *No pets allowed

       

    ALTERNATE LODGING INFO:

    Motel / Spa Le Suisse
    www.hotelspalesuisse.com 
    (877) 478-4773

    L’Étoile du Nord
    www.etoiledunord.ca
    1 844-512-2512

    La Cuillère à Pot
    www.lacuillereapot.com
    (819) 424-2252

    More can be found: 
    www.tourismesaint-donat.com/hebergements/

    Tourism Information: CLICK HERE

     

     

     

     

     

  • Athlete Check-In

    Date: August 7, 2019

    Time: 8:30am to 4:00pm

    Location: Club de Ski Nautique St-Donat

     

     

  • Canadian Anti Doping Code

    The 2019 Nautique Canadian Water Ski National Championships are subject to in-competition testing by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport. If you have questions about testing procedures or the Canadian Anti Doping Code be sure to consult with the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport on their website at www.cces.ca or via phone at 1-800-672-7775.

  • Ceremonies, Banquet & Meetings

    MEETINGS

    Officials Meeting:  August 7 – 4:00pm at Club de Ski Nautique St-Donat

    Participant/ PSO Rep Meeting:  August 7 – 5:00pm at Club de Ski Nautique St-Donat

     

    FAMILY BBQ 

    Méchoui (pig roast) BBQ, with live Jazz / Blues band. Silent auction. Extra tickets available, 35$/pers. Maximum 200 people (included for registered skiers)

    Date: Friday, August 9, 2019

    Location: Le Grand R

     

    BANQUET

    Banquet/Awards

    Banquet (semi formal). Live band (cocktail music during supper followed by dance party untill approx 12:30). Extra tickets available, 50$/pers. Maximum 200 people (included for registered skiers)

    Date: Saturday, August 10, 2019

    Meal: COMING SOON

    Location: Le Grand R

    Allergies & Dietary Restrictions: Vegetarian options available

    Banquet Ticket Purchase Deadline: Aug. 1, 2019

    On-Site Purchase May Be Available but Not Guaranteed

     

     

     

     

     

  • Contact Information

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada

    Kyle Hunter
    Email: Kyle@wswc.ca
    Phone: 613-526-0685

    Club de Ski Nautique St-Donat
    Benoit Allard
    Email: clubski.h2o.stdo@gmail.com 

     

  • Eligibility

    ELIGIBILITY

    All skiers must be a member in good standing with a provincial water ski/wakeboard association in good standing with WSWC, be properly registered and be either a Canadian Citizen or a Canadian permanent resident.

  • Event Schedule

    EVENT SCHEDULE

    CLICK HERE for the schedule 

    We can now announce the SUNDAY FORMAT for the tournament.:

    -SLALOM: HEAD to HEAD competition (rules below).

    -TRICKS: Top 6 scores compete in the finals, men and women together (only 1 division). A minimum of 1 skier per gender must be represented. There will be a prize for best male and best female score.

    -JUMP: Top 8 scores compete in the finals, men and women together (only 1 division). A minimum of 1 skier per gender must be represented.There will be a prize for best male and best female score.

    -Slalom will NOT be Record Capability on Sunday.

    -There will be NO overall score calculated on Sunday.

    SLALOM’S HEAD TO HEAD BASIC RULES:

    -All the winners from every division in the National’s tournament will automatically be qualified

    -There will be 2 slalom courses side by side, also 2 boats running side by side.

    -No divisions: men, women, boys, girls will all compete against each other.

    -Leader board will be established according to the final score in the ”National’s” round (# of buoys and line length i.e. 3@12m))

    -The starting speed for both skiers will be determined by the lowest qualifying score of the pair

    -The maximum speed for both skiers will be determined by the lowest qualifying score (or skier with the lowest max speed) of the pair

    -The rope shortening speed for both skiers will be determined by the lowest qualifying score (or skier with the lowest max speed) of the pair

    -The skier who sets the starting speed cannot start any slower than they did in the National’s tournament

    -There will be prizes for top the 3 skiers.

    EXAMPLE, G1 skier (with score of 1 @ 14m) competes against M3 skier (with score of 3 @ 12m): the G1 skier would set starting speed (not slower than qualifying round) for both skiers, the maximum speed would be 49kph for both skiers, rope would be shortened at 49kph for both skiers.

    Since most skiers from the Open Division will be at the World Championship, a different formula for the Sunday event was needed. This format has been tested for many years in local tournaments and proved to be one of the most fun tournament of the season each time. We hope everyone will enjoy it, as it gives a running chance for everyone who qualifies.

  • Event Towboat and Equipment

    Event Towboat and Equipment

    EVENT TOWBOAT & EQUIPMENT

    Official Tow Boat Partner
    Nautique

    Event Tow Boat
    Nautique Ski 200

    Dealership Partner
    www.SportMarine.ca

    Official Ropes
    TBA


     

  • Familiarization

    Familiarization

    Date: August 7, 2019 (Wednesday)

    Time: 8am – 5pm

    Cost: $250/hr

    Familiarization Procedure(s): Will be allocated to provinces based on the proportionate number of skier events entered by each province as at the entry deadline, as outlined in Appendix III of Rule Book. Each province must have a team captain who will be responsible for full payment prior to province familiarization. Please contact clubski.h2o.stdo@gmail.com  for more details.

     

  • Organizing Committee

    ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

    Chair of Nationals: Benoit Allard 

    Chief of Competition: Harold Townsend

    Office Staff Lead: Kyle Hunter

    Kyle@wswc.ca

    613-526-0685

    Chief Driver: COMING SOON

    Event Organizers: Benoit Allard and Jennifer Arvasais

  • Registration Fees & Form

    ONLINE REGISTRATION

    Individual Registration Form: CLICK HERE

    Family Registration Form: CLICK HERE

    REGISTRATION INCLUDES: 
    -Tournament fee
    -Bib to keep
    -Friday evening event
    -Saturday banquet
    -1 FREE set of training on lake 2 (6 Slalom passes or 3 jumps (4 if no fall) or 4 trick passes)
    -1 set of training at 30$ on lake 2
    -Extra training will be available on lake 2 at 55$/set

    *Méchoui and Banquet fees are included in the registration

    **Deadline to purchase guaranteed additional banquet tickets is August 1, 2019. After this, tickets may be available, but not guaranteed.

     

    PRICE

    One Event Skier: $230.00

    Two Event Skier: $240.00

    Three Event Skier: $250.00

    Family: Familly rate available for the 3rd family member and more ($130 – 1 event $140 – 2 events $150 – 3 events)

    Registration Deadline: August 1, 2019

    Late Registration Fee: $75.00

    Spectator Admission Fee: No Charge

  • Rules, Records & Sanction

    RULES, RECORDS & SANCTION

    Official Event Rule Book: 2019 IWWF Rule Book & 2018 WSWC Rule Book

    Records: WSWC Record Capable Event & IWWF Ranking List

    Sanction: WSWC/ IWWF Sanction

    Registration Limit: None

  • Tournament Format

    TOURNAMENT FORMAT

    Thursday-Friday: U17 and younger, and M/W 3+. One round of each event

    Saturday:  U21, Men and Women, and Elite Divisions One round of each event

    Sunday

    -SLALOM: HEAD to HEAD competition (rules below).

    -TRICKS: Top 6 scores compete in the finals, men and women together (only 1 division). A minimum of 1 skier per gender must be represented. There will be a prize for best male and best female score.

    -JUMP: Top 8 scores compete in the finals, men and women together (only 1 division). A minimum of 1 skier per gender must be represented.There will be a prize for best male and best female score.

    -Slalom will NOT be Record Capability on Sunday.

    -There will be NO overall score calculated on Sunday.

    SLALOM’S HEAD TO HEAD BASIC RULES:

    -All the winners from every division in the National’s tournament will automatically be qualified

    -There will be 2 slalom courses side by side, also 2 boats running side by side.

    -No divisions: men, women, boys, girls will all compete against each other.

    -Leader board will be established according to the final score in the ”National’s” round (# of buoys and line length i.e. 3@12m))

    -The starting speed for both skiers will be determined by the lowest qualifying score of the pair

    -The maximum speed for both skiers will be determined by the lowest qualifying score (or skier with the lowest max speed) of the pair

    -The rope shortening speed for both skiers will be determined by the lowest qualifying score (or skier with the lowest max speed) of the pair

    -The skier who sets the starting speed cannot start any slower than they did in the National’s tournament

    -There will be prizes for top the 3 skiers.

    EXAMPLE, G1 skier (with score of 1 @ 14m) competes against M3 skier (with score of 3 @ 12m): the G1 skier would set starting speed (not slower than qualifying round) for both skiers, the maximum speed would be 49kph for both skiers, rope would be shortened at 49kph for both skiers.

    Since most skiers from the Open Division will be at the World Championship, a different formula for the Sunday event was needed. This format has been tested for many years in local tournaments and proved to be one of the most fun tournament of the season each time. We hope everyone will enjoy it, as it gives a running chance for everyone who qualifies.