Stephen Neveu Slaloming at the 2022 Malibu Open. Action Photo Credit: John Waldron, Waterski Pro Tour, and The Waterski Broadcasting.

The penultimate event of the 2023 Waterski Pro Tour is upon us, and Water Ski Canada is exhilarated to announce the participation of three of its esteemed National Team athletes. The much-anticipated Malibu Open will be splashing into action this weekend, September 15-16, 2023, at the renowned Lymanland in Alabama.

Representing the Maple Leaf are:

Open Women Slalom: 

Jaimee Bull hailing from North Bay, Ontario.

Open Men Slalom: 

Stephen Neveu, the pride of Calgary, Alberta.

Cole McCormick, standing tall for Ontario.

With the Malibu Open being the second-last stop of this season’s Waterski Pro Tour, expectations are high, and our athletes are primed to deliver performances that capture the heart and spirit of Canada’s commitment to the sport.

For fans, families, and fellow athletes who wish to be part of this thrilling event from afar, The Waterski Broadcasting Company has ensured a seamless experience. A live webcast will be available throughout the weekend, bringing every spin, splash, and leap directly to your screens. Visit the link here to watch,

For those looking to stay updated with real-time results, the schedule, and more intricate details of the event, the IWWF has it covered. Visit the link here,

About Water Ski Canada:

Water Ski Canada is the premier organization dedicated to promoting and supporting the sport of water skiing in Canada. Through training, events, and a focus on fostering young talent, Water Ski Canada aims to bring the sport to greater heights on both national and international stages.

Jaimee Bull Slaloming at the 2022 Malibu Open. Action Photo Credit: John Waldron, Waterski Pro Tour, and The Waterski Broadcasting Company. Headshot Photo Credit: Johnny Hayward Photography.

Cole MicCormick Slalom Skiing. Photo Credit: Johnny Hayward Photography.