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2019 IWWF World U21 Water Ski Champions Bulletin #1 Now Available
(Shalom Park, Canada, March 1, 2019) Shalom Park Water Ski Site in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada is proud host of the 2019 IWWF World Under 21 Water Ski Championships, July 4-7.
The beautiful Shalom Park Water Ski Site is located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Built in 1985, Shalom Park has hosted a multitude of events, including the Canadian Open Elite Event, the 1996 IWWF World Junior Waterski Championships, the Canadian Nationals Championships and many other events. Located 20 minutes away from the Edmonton International Airport (YEG), and a short drive from many Edmonton area attractions, including West Edmonton Mall, one of the largest shopping complexes in North America, this event is guaranteed to provide world class skiing and attractions.
With the 2019 IWWF World U21 Championships quickly approaching, the countdown has begun and Shalom Park is pleased to make available bulletin #1.
For more information about the event CLICK HERE
Bulletin #1 CLICK HERE
IWWF info page CLICK HERE
About WSWC: Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC) is responsible for coordinating, growing and developing towed water sports from initiation to high performance through proactive advocacy, strengthened partnerships, effective communications and coordinated leadership. Representing several brands, WSWC has been in the business of serving the towed water sports community since 1949. A non-profit organization, WSWC is the sole national sport governing body and recognized water ski and wake sport authority in Canada, representing all competitive Canadian towed water sports.
About WSWA: Water Ski and Wakeboard Alberta (WSWA) is the provincial association that promotes participation and excellence in all aspects of towed water sports in Alberta. This is achieved through introduction of the sport to beginners; development of skill level in competition and officiating and providing support and encouragement to towed water sports enthusiasts and their families at local, provincial, national and international levels.A