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18 Athletes to Represent Canada at the 2022 Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament.

For the first time in Canadian water ski history, 18 skiers will be representing Canada at the 62nd Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament. There will be 9 athletes competing in the Junior Masters and 9 competing in the Open division. This is the highest number of athletes in history to represent Canada at the US Masters. The event will take place at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, GA on May 27-29, 2022.


The Juniors will compete in prelims and finals on May 27 in slalom, trick, jump, and overall. The Open competitors will compete in slalom, trick, and jump with prelims on May 28 and finals on May 29. The Masters is known around the world as being one of the most prestigious watersports events, with the origin beginning in 1959. The event will host the best water skiers in the world, an invitation to compete at the Masters alone is considered an honour.


Water Ski Canada is proud to recognise these top athletes. Their invitation to the 62nd Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament is a confirmation of their hard work and dedication within the sport of waterskiing.


Junior Competitors:
Nellie Allard (QC) – Overall
Olivia Chute (NS) – Trick
Micky Geller (ON) – Jump
Evan Kraus (AB) – Slalom
Shae O’Brien (AB) – Jump
Megan Pelkey (AB) – Trick
Lucas Pinette (BC) – Jump
Charlie Ross (ON) – Slalom
Hannah Stopnicki (QC) – Trick


Open Competitors:
Jaimee Bull (ON) – Slalom
Ryan Dodd (AB) – Jump
Taryn Grant (MB) – Jump
Dorien Llewellyn (AB) – Trick & Jump
Whitney McClintock Rini (ON) – Slalom
Cole McCormick (ON) – Slalom
Conley Pinette (BC) – Jump
Paige Rini (ON) – Trick & Slalom
Neilly Ross (ON) – Trick

Open competitors, from left to right:
Jaimee Bull, Ryan Dodd, Taryn Grant, Dorien Llewellym, Whitney McClintock Rini, Cole McCormick, Conley Pinette, Paige Rini, Neilly Ross

Junior Competitors, from left to right:
Nellie Allard, Olivia Chute, Michy Geller, Evan Kraus, Shae O’Brien, Megan Pelkey, Lucas Pinette, Charlie Ross, Hannah Stopnicki

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Record Number of Canadian Athletes Attending the Masters

18 Athletes to Represent Canada at the 2022 Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament.

For the first time in Canadian water ski history, 18 skiers will be representing Canada at the 62nd Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament. There will be 9 athletes competing in the Junior Masters and 9 competing in the Open division. This is the highest number of athletes in history to represent Canada at the US Masters. The event will take place at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, GA on May 27-29, 2022.

The Juniors will compete in prelims and finals on May 27 in slalom, trick, jump, and overall. The Open competitors will compete in slalom, trick, and jump with prelims on May 28 and finals on May 29.

“I’m extremely excited for the US Masters and Junior Masters. Never before have we had this many Canadians competing at this prestigious event. It has been great to see these athletes’ hard work come to fruition with an invite to the Masters,” Steve Bush, National Team Head Coach.   

The Masters is known around the world as being one of the most prestigious watersports events, with the origin beginning in 1959. The event will host the best water skiers in the world, an invitation to compete at the Masters alone is considered an honour.

Water Ski Canada is proud to recognize these top athletes. Their invitation to the 62nd Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament is a confirmation of their hard work and dedication within the sport of water skiing. 

Junior Competitors:

  • Nellie Allard (QC) – Overall
  • Olivia Chute (NS) – Trick
  • Micky Geller (ON) – Jump
  • Evan Kraus (AB) – Slalom
  • Shae O’Brien (AB) – Jump
  • Megan Pelkey (AB) – Trick
  • Lucas Pinette (BC) – Jump
  • Charlie Ross (ON) – Slalom
  • Hannah Stopnicki (QC) – Trick

Open Competitors:

  • Jaimee Bull (ON) – Slalom
  • Ryan Dodd (AB) – Jump
  • Taryn Grant (MB) – Jump
  • Dorien Llewellyn (AB) – Trick & Jump
  • Whitney McClintock Rini (ON) – Slalom
  • Cole McCormick (ON) – Slalom
  • Conley Pinette (BC) – Jump
  • Paige Rini (ON) – Trick & Slalom
  • Neilly Ross (ON) – Trick 

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UPDATED SANCTION POLICY

CLICK HERE to view Water Ski Canada’s updated sanction policy.

Purpose: The purpose of this policy is to outline the conditions under which a Water Ski sanction will be issued under the sanction program of WSWC.

Scope and Authority: This policy shall apply to all competitive water ski events in Canada conducted by a member PSO, Club, School or by WSWC

Topics discussed in policy:

-Sanction Fees

-Sanction Requirements

-Sanction Applications

-Naming Rights Policy

Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact info@wswc.ca

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2020 PAN AM CHAMPIONSHIPS – DAY 3 RECAP

Day 3 Recap 🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦

Day 3 brought the last prelims and the first finals. In the Jump Prelims, Kate Pinsonneault (U14), Megan Pelkey (U14), Louis Cuilleret (U14), Jaret Goulah (U14), Nellie Allard (U17) and Lucas Pinette (U17) all secured their spots in the Jump Finals on Sunday

Canada took home a total of 9 medals in the Slalom Finals! 1 🥇, 4 🥈and 4 🥉

🇨🇦U14 Girls Slalom Finals
🥉Megal Pelkey (AB)
5th Carly Bonham (AB)
5th Hannah Stopnicki (QC)

🇨🇦U17 Girls Slalom Finals
4th Nellie Allard (QC)

🇨🇦U17 Boys Slalom Finals
🥈Evan Kraus (AB)
🥉Charlie Ross (ON)

🇨🇦U21 Women’s Slalom Finals
🥈Paige Rini (ON)
4th Dominique Grondin-Allard (QC)

🇨🇦U21 Men’s Slalom Finals
🥈Bradley Gibbon (AB)

🇨🇦Open Women’s Slalom Finals
🥇Taryn Grant (MB)
🥈Paige Rini (ON)
🥉Chantal Singer (ON)
4th Neilly Ross (ON)

🇨🇦Open Men’s Slalom Finals
🥉Jamie Calhoun (ON)

For a full list of results and scores, please click here: https://www.iwwfed-ea.org/competition.php…

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