Bulletin # 1 for the 2018 Western Water Ski Championships is now available to view and download. The Westerns will take place July 27-29 at Predator Bay Water Ski Club in Foothills AB.
Bulletin #1 (PDF): CLICK HERE
- Event Overview
- Bulletins (PDF)
- Accommodation & Travel
- Athlete Check-In
- Canadian Anti Doping Code
- Ceremonies, Banquet & Meetings
- Contact Information
- Event Schedule
- Event Towboat and Equipment
- Organizing Committee
- Registration Fees & Form
- Rules, Records & Sanction
- Tournament Format
- SOCIAL MEDIA
July 27-29, 2018
Lakes of KastynStone Predator Bay Water Ski Club
#100 – 48071 – 230 Ave East Foothills AB
See Map at end of this Bulletin
The Predator Bay Water Ski Club is proud to host Canadian Water Ski Western Championships, In Memory of Vern Oberg and Presented by MasterCraft on July 27-29, 2018. Predator Bay is going into its 21st season. The club is proud to have previously hosted 4 Canadian Nationals; 3 Canadian Westerns; multiple Provincial championships; 3 MasterCraft Pro Water Ski Events; and the 2009 World Water Ski Championships.
CANADIAN WATER SKI WESTERNS
Canadian Water Ski Westerns will start on Friday, July 27 with familiarization for all western provinces. Westerns events will run morning and afternoon from Saturday through Sunday. The Canadian Water Ski Western Championships will be awarded in a 1 round tournament style. It is a 3 event WRL tournament.
**PBAY WESTERNS ROUNDUP SLALOM
Prior to the Canadian Water Ski Westerns, Predator Bay will host a SLALOM ONLY (WRL) tournament on Friday, July 27. This event is limited to the first 40 skiers that register AND priority are given to:
Skiers who need a score (LCQ) to ski in Westerns
Skiers who will also register and ski in Western
Sat., July 28
Westerns Round 1 – Slalom, Trick, Jump
8 am to 6 pm
Sun. July 29
Westerns Round 1 continuation if needed Westerns Round 2 Slalom only
8 am to 3 pm
Bulletin # 1: CLICK HERE
Accommodation & Travel
Canadian Anti Doping Code
The 2018 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
All skiers must be a member in good standing with a provincial water ski/wakeboard association in good standing with WSWC.
Event Towboat and Equipment
Rules, Records & Sanction
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