Jaret Llewellyn announces dates for the 2024 WWS Overall Tour

World Water Skiers Announces 2024 World Overall Tour Stops

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World Water Skiers Announces 2024 World Overall Tour Stops

World Water Skiers Announces 2024 World Overall Tour Stops

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After months of meticulous planning and preparation, we are excited to announce that this year’s tour promises to be stronger and better than ever.

“We are incredibly proud of the impact that the WWS Tour has had on the sport. Our team is always willing to test boundaries to what this sport could be,” says Jaret Llewellyn of World Water Skiers. “We are so grateful for our list of supporters who believe in our vision to make a difference in our sport. The enthusiasm from our host clubs in getting their cities involved to bring these incredible athletes to engage in their communities has been extraordinary. We can’t wait to see these athletes continue to evolve in slalom, trick, and jump disciplines, leaving everyone around the world speechless.”

The 2024 tour will feature exhilarating competitions across four spectacular locations, showcasing the best talent in Three Event Water Skiing:

Full press release at World Water Skiers.

Ski Fluid, Florida

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The Ultimate Showdown of the World’s Best All-Around Water Ski Athletes.

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Ski Fluid will host the final stop of the 2023 WWS Overall Tour.

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Ski Fluid, Florida: The excitement is building as water skiing enthusiasts from around the world gear up for the grand finale of the WWS Florida Cup Tour, set to take place at the iconic Ski Fluid from September 1st to 2nd. This thrilling event promises to be an electrifying spectacle of athleticism, skill, and camaraderie, as the best water skiers from across the globe converge to compete for glory and honor.

Owned by the legendary skier Kyle Eade, Ski Fluid provides the perfect backdrop for what’s expected to be a record-breaking event. The WWS Florida Cup Tour Final will be a Pro-Am-style competition, bringing rising stars together with elite Overall skiers, resulting in a breathtaking showcase of talent.

Full details at World Water Skiers.

WWS Calgary Cup

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The World’s Elite Athletes Descend on Calgary for the Thrilling WWS Calgary Cup Presented By Tourism Calgary

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Dorien Llewellyn slaloms during the Calgary Cup held at Predator Bay in Calgary, Alberta, Saturday (image: Johnny Hayward)

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CALGARY, AB – Get ready for an adrenaline-pumping weekend of waterskiing action as the WWS Calgary Cup, presented by Tourism Calgary, takes center stage at the Lakes at Kastyn Stone/Predator Bay Ski Club on August 5th and 6th. This highly anticipated event is the 3rd Stop on the WWS Overall Tour and will feature a star-studded lineup of athletes from six nations, including France, Italy, USA, Germany, Great Britain, and Canada.

Following the immense success of last year’s WWS World Overall Tour, Calgary emerged as the ultimate highlight with the largest crowd turnout. This year, we are thrilled to announce that the excitement is bound to be even greater, as the world’s best Overall skiers return to Calgary, accompanied by the renowned Pro Slalom Shootout format.

Full details at World Water Skiers.

WWS Salmsee Cup

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Salmsee Cup on July 14th and 15th in Steyregg

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Waterskiing Elite Rocks Salmsee under Britta Grebe-Llewellyn

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At the Austria stop of the World Waterski Overall Tour, the international elite of waterskiing will compete in the disciplines of slalom, trick, and jumping. Organized by Austria’s most successful waterskier, Britta Grebe-Llewellyn, this action-packed water sports event will take place on July 14th and 15th from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Salmsee in Steyregg, Upper Austria, with free admission.

For the fourth time, 58-year-old American citizen Britta Grebe-Llewellyn brings international top athletes to her home country for a world-class waterskiing event, the Salmsee Cup, as part of the World Waterski Overall Tour. The event scheduled for July 14th and 15th is the second stop of a world tour, with the first stop taking place in France last weekend. In previous years, the crème de la crème of waterskiers demonstrated how exciting and action-packed this type of competition is. This year, the Austrian stop returns to Salmsee in Steyregg after two editions at Planasee.

Full details at World Water Skiers.

Duplan-Fribourg sets a new French national record

Lacanau Cup 2023 Delivers Unforgettable Waterskiing Action | World Water Skiers

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Lacanau Cup 2023 Delivers Unforgettable Waterskiing Action

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Lacanau Cup presented By Malibu Boats (image: Johnny Hayward)

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Lacanau, France – July 3, 2023 – The first World Water Skiers Tour event, the Lacanau Cup, concluded over the weekend, from June 30 to July 2, with thrilling performances that left spectators in awe. With record-breaking feats, intense competition, and extraordinary displays of skill, the Lacanau Cup proved to be an unforgettable experience for both athletes and fans alike.

In the Women’s Slalom Event, anticipation ran high as top contenders Jaimee Bull (CAN) and Whitney McClintock (CAN) had been trading wins in recent events. Both athletes showcased their remarkable talent, culminating in an equally impressive top score of 1@10.25m in the prelims. The stage was set for a nail-biting final, and the crowd eagerly awaited the outcome.

Full details at World Water Skiers.

WWS 2023 Press Release

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Bigger, Better, & Beyond: 2023 WWS Overall Tour Launch

WWS 2023 Press Release

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May 11, 2023

Exciting news! The WWS Overall Tour is back and better than ever! This is only the second year of the Tour, but it’s already making waves in the world of water skiing. The WWS Tour features four stops across four countries – France, Austria, Canada, and the USA – all of which boast some of the most renowned lakes in the world. With each stop awarding equal prize money and points towards the tour rankings, every buoy, every trick, and every jump, and every round could determine the course of the entire year. And for the Overall Tour Champions, there’s more than just bragging rights on the line – they’ll take home a year-end bonus totaling $14,000! WWS is proud to partner with forward-thinking clubs, sponsors, and donors committed to investing in the sport and showcasing the extraordinary talents of these athletes. With the WWS-built EMS hub, the clubs will have the most advanced tools to promote the sport. Join us for an electric atmosphere and unforgettable action at every Tour stop.

Full press release at World Water Skiers.