This week the boys are joined by none other than Matt Rini to talk about how your skiing correlates to the ski and the boat and what you can do to work together for the best!
Collegiate Waterski Teams are the foundation for the future of our sport. They are a key recruiting arm for our sport; they can help instill the love of the sport in their members, and they can help create a network effect that can expand the sport across a younger demographic needed to solidify waterskiing's future.
Waterski Pro Tour Podcast - California Pro AM
IWWF Disabled World Championships 2023
Reflex U-Sole DC binding & Duo Trick ski unboxing
Need a way to shower off after a day at the lake? The Beach Box - unboxing
The season is winding down in a lot of places which often means time for reflection. Whether you have a few events left or not this time of year is great for taking some time to look at what you’ve learned this summer and also realize what you’d still like to accomplish.
The Berkeley Water Ski Club is proud to announce a tribute to Henry Winkler and the 46th anniversary of the Jump the Shark (Happy Days Season 5, Episode 3, aired in 1977). Jump the Shark was one of the most famous water skiing scenes in the history of television! That episode made water skiing a very “cool” sport and did a lot to promote the sport of water skiing.
Waterski Pro Tour is excited to announce the introduction of Stats, a new platform that provides waterski fans with more in-depth data on their favorite skiers and their performances.
Be sure to check out Episode 21 of The Water Skier magazine's Hit It! podcast, presented by Visit Central Florida. Fresh off her first pro victory of 2023 and the most recent female athlete to run 39-1/2 off, rising slalom superstar Allie Nicholson catches up with host Tyler Boyd to discuss her love of water skiing, her breakout 2023 season, her role with The Water Ski Broadcasting Company, and much more.
The 21st rendition of the event was just as show stopping as always! With the cancellation of Hilltop this year, the team had a long trip for just the Solo event and they decided to try make the most of it! Fun times with the crew and some seriously top notch skiing always make for a fun trip!
Spraymakers - Season 4 - Episode 21 - Water Temp
For the first 19 years of its existence the California Pro-Am, the longest running stop on the Tour, was a slalom tournament. Over the years the event showcased slalom skiing in all its forms: pro men’s, pro women’s, senior men’s (under the banner of the now defunct “Big Dawg” series) and even, for a year or two, a ‘Legends’ division at the interim speed of 35mph. Happily however, for last years 20th edition of the California Pro-Am the door was opened to a new discipline of waterskiing: jump. And thank goodness: this year the jumping had a strong argument for eclipsing the long-standing slalom event.
Waterski Pro Tour Podcast is the show that brings you commentary, recaps, and in-depth analysis of your favorite waterski events. Hoste by Matteo Luzzeri, Trent Finlayson, and Marcus Brown, this new show will provide the context you need to follow each of the Waterski Pro Tour stops and storylines arising from the Pro Tour season.