The link below will open the 2022 Tentative tournament schedule that was prepared at the mid-winter meeting of the FWSF and revised in the days following. We look forward to seeing everyone back out on the water.
The mid-winter meeting of the AWSA Southern Region will be taking place in Birmingham, AL this Saturday at 9am CST and your FWSF council members will be participating in the meeting. You can also be involved in the meeting through the GoToMeeting link from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
You can also dial in using your phone.
United States: +1 (571) 317-3122
Access Code: 378-458-501
Kyle Tate and Brenda Nichols have resigned as officers for the Florida Water Ski Federation (FWSF) and per the FWSF Bylaws the Board of Directors have elected Scot Ellis as the new President and Jeff Clark as the Treasurer.
You current officers are:
Scot Ellis, President
Camille Tyler, Vice President
Kerry Morgan, Secretary
Jeff Clark, Treasurer
Dennis Longo, Council
Andre Broussard, Council
Andy Griffin, Council
Samantha Hoops competing at the 2020 GOODE Water Ski National Championships.
USA Water Ski & Wake Sports and the American Water Ski Association’s International Activities Committee are pleased to announce the selection of two water ski teams – Under 14 and Under 17 – that will represent the United States at the 11th Can Am Challenge, Aug. 28-29, at Skyview Lake in Harmony, N.C. The event features athletes from the United States and Canada competing for team titles only. The AWSA’s IAC chose the teams based upon a pre-approved selection criteria.
Athletes that have been selected to the 2021 U.S. Under 14 Can Am Water Ski Team are (alphabetical order): BG Bickley (Macon, Ga.), Bennett Covington (Martindale, Texas), Claire Covington (Martindale, Texas), Cameron Davis (Oviedo, Fla.), Julie Mishler (Milford, Ind.) and Camryn Waters (Lady Lake, Fla.). Alternates to the team are (alphabetical order): Freddy Davis (Oviedo, Fla.) and RJ Teter (Cumming, Ga.).
Athletes that have been selected to the 2021 U.S. Under 17 Can Am Water Ski Team are (alphabetical order): Will Blair (Mooresville, N.C.), Elizabeth Hall (Newnan, Ga.), Samantha Hoops (Coatesville, Ind.), Gage Kacprowicz (San Antonio, Texas), Chase Sparks (Dallas, Ga.) and Connor Walsh (Lakeland, Fla.). Alternate to the team is Wesley Blair (Mooresville, N.C.).
The skiing at the 2021 Florida State Championships presented by Ski Fluid and Action Water Sports and sponsored by Syndicate this past weekend produced many record setting performances and personal bests for the competitors. Our thanks to Kyle Eade and the members of the Ski Fluid Water Ski Club, for hosting a great tournament.
We had records set this past weekend by our competitors in several age divisions, but there were many PB’s set by our up and coming younger skiers:
Boys 4 Trick – Erick Macias-Sedan shattered the trick record he set in 2020 with a score of 8150, with a new record setting performance of 9660 points.
Men 6 Slalom – Tim Huston smashed the M6 slalom record held by Louis Alcamo and Mark Needham with a score of 3 buoys at 55kph on a 11.25m line with a record scoring performance of 1.5 buoys at 55kph on the 10.75m line.
Men 9 Jump – Dennis Longo established the new M9 Jump record with a score of 40’/12.3m @ 42kph/5.0’ ramp.
Master Women Slalom – Patricia Burt tied her Master Women record slalom score set in 2017 with a score of 4 buoys at 55kph on the 12m line.
Congratulations to all of these new record setters and to all of you that set new personal best performances, great job!
The list of all of the Florida State Championship records is posted in the Florida State Records tab at the top of the website.
The scorebook is posted in the results section of the website.