13 CANADIANS SET TO COMPETE AT THE 2024 MASTERS WATER SKI & WAKEBOARD TOURNAMENT

Canadian Athletes Set to Compete at the 2024 Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament

Water Ski Canada is thrilled to announce the participation of our nation’s top athletes in the 2024 Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament, presented by GM Marine. This year’s event, hosted at the picturesque Callaway Gardens, marks the 64th edition of the Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament and the 31st Junior Masters Tournament. Renowned as the most prestigious watersports tournament globally, this event promises exhilarating performances and fierce competition. The Junior Masters Tournament will take place on May 24, 2024 with the Masters Tournament on May 25-26, 2024. 

Defending Champions and Notable Competitors:

Canada proudly boasts several defending champions and notable athletes in this year’s lineup. Hannah Stopnicki returns as the defending Jr. Women’s Trick Champion, while Megan Pelkey will defend her title as the Jr. Women’s Overall Champion. Last year’s Jr. Men’s Slalom winner, Charlie Ross, has qualified for the Men’s Slalom, highlighting his rapid ascent in the sport. Additionally, Ryan Dodd will aim to defend his title as the Men’s Jump Champion.

We are also excited to have the current World Slalom Champion, Jaimee Bull, and the current World Jump Champion, Ryan Dodd, competing in this prestigious tournament.

Canadian Competitors: 

Men’s Slalom:

Charlie Ross (ON)

Cole McCormick (ON)

Stephen Neveu (AB)

Women’s Slalom:

Jaimee Bull (ON)

Neilly Ross (ON)

Paige Rini (ON)

Whitney McClintock Rini (ON)

Men’s Trick:

Dorien Llewellyn (AB)

Women’s Trick:

Neilly Ross (ON)

Paige Rini (ON)

Men’s Jump:

Ryan Dodd (AB)

Jr. Masters Competitors:

Junior Men’s Slalom:

George Malinovski (QC)

Junior Women’s Slalom:

Megan Pelkey (AB)

Junior Men’s Trick:

George Malinovski (QC)

Junior Women’s Trick:

Hannah Stopnicki (QC)

Megan Pelkey (AB)

Junior Men’s Jump:

George Malinovski (QC)

Junior Women’s Jump:

Kate Pinsonneault (BC)

Megan Pelkey (AB)

“We are incredibly proud of our athletes and their achievements,” said a spokesperson for Water Ski Canada. “Their dedication and skill have brought them to this prestigious stage, and we are excited to see them compete against the best in the world.”

As the anticipation builds for this spectacular event, Water Ski Canada invites all supporters and fans to follow the action and cheer for our athletes as they represent the nation on the global stage.

For more information on the 2024 Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament and to follow the performances of our Canadian team, please visit the official event website.

About Water Ski Canada:

Water Ski Canada is the premier organization dedicated to promoting and supporting the sport of water skiing in Canada. Through training, events, and a focus on fostering young talent, Water Ski Canada aims to bring the sport to greater heights on both national and international stages.

Event website, https://www.masterswaterski.com/    

Live webcast, https://www.masterswaterski.com/videos  

Neilly & Charlie Ross after punching their ticket to compete at the 2024 Masters in the respective disciplines.