50th Annual Wisconsin State/Regional Water Ski Show Championships


Located at South Wood County Park, Lake Wazeecha – Red Beach.

Wisconsin Rapids,  Wisconsin

July 21 – July 24, 2016

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 7:45AM  Opening Ceremonies

8:00AM  Individual Competition Starts

Running Order:  Doubles – Swivel – Team Jump – Freestyle Jump

Not before 4PM but by 5PM Division II Competition


6:00AM  Breakfast Starts

6:30AM  Opening Ceremonies

6:40AM  Start of Tournament


6:00AM  Breakfast Starts

6:30AM  Opening Ceremonies

6:40AM  Start of Tournament


6:00AM  Breakfast Starts

6:30AM  Opening Ceremonies

6:40AM  Start of Tournament

After last team:  Awards

State Show Tournament Team Competition Running Order

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News Release:  October 5, 2015

50th annual Wisconsin State Water Ski Show Championships

The glistening waters of Lake Wazeecha will resemble a dance floor when the best water skiers in Wisconsin compete at the 50th annual Wisconsin State Water Ski Show Championships.

The four-day championships will be from July 21-24, 2016  at Red Sand Beach at South Wood County Park near Wisconsin Rapids. Hosted by the Wisconsin Rapids Aqua Skiers, the championship is the largest ski show tournament in the world, with 28 teams being judged to find the best of the best.

Between 20,000 and 30,000 fans will be dazzled by the athleticism of the skiers. Skiers will flip, twist and spin over a jump. Barefoot skiers will tumble and jump. Swivel skiers can do 1,080-degree turns. Ballet lines up to 29 skiers will show their incredible artistry and precision. Pyramids, which require incredible teamwork and coordination with the driver, will soar five tiers high.

With its combination of speed and grace, show skiing is the most entertaining discipline in the sport. Virtually all aspects, including bare-footing, jumping, slalom, tricks and wakeboarding, are choreographed into one grand performance lasting up to 60 minutes.

Competitors are judged on execution, difficulty, spectator appeal, showmanship, flow, music, costuming, theme, boat driving, announcing, safety and overall performance.

Competition starts at 6:40 a.m. and will continue to about 6 p.m. daily. Food and refreshments will be available.  Admission is free.

For more information, visit AquaSkiers.org.

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