Jaimee Bull Slalom Skiing during Official Familiarization at the 2023 IWWF World Waterski Championships.

As the sun rises on Sunset Lakes in Groveland, Florida, tomorrow, the world will be watching the start of the 2023 IWWF World Waterski Championships. Water Ski Canada is thrilled to have a team of 18 outstanding athletes, hailing from every corner of the country, ready to champion the Canadian spirit on the global stage.

Fans worldwide can dive into the action through a live webcast by The Waterski Broadcasting Company. The IWWF results website will also be a hub for all crucial updates, including schedules, running orders, and live results.

Opening the championships for Team Canada tomorrow will be two skiers in Open Men Series 6 Slalom, Conley Pinette of British Columbia and Bradley Gibbons of Alberta. Both athletes are set to have an unforgettable experience. This championship marks Bradley Gibbons’ first-ever participation at this level, while Conley Pinette celebrates his debut as a member of the elite 6-person Canadian Team at the World Championships.

As the week progresses, fans can expect exhilarating performances from the entirety of Team Canada, showcasing their skill, determination, and passion. The preliminary rounds, scheduled from October 10th to 14th, will set the stage for the climactic finals on October 14th and 15th.

Water Ski Canada invites enthusiasts and supporters alike to rally behind Team Canada. Together, we’ll cheer for our athletes as they aim for glory amidst the world’s best.

About Water Ski Canada

Water Ski Canada is the national governing body for water skiing in Canada. Our mission is to promote, foster, and develop the sport of water skiing in all its forms throughout the country. We support athletes at all levels, from grassroots to high performance, and work to ensure a safe and inclusive environment for all participants. 


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Photos of skiers are available on Getty Images,