TODD HUBBS SET TO REPRESENT CANADA AT 2023 IWWF DISABLED WORLD WATER SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

ADAPTIVE WATER SKI CANADA PROUDLY ANNOUNCES TODD HUBBS TO REPRESENT TEAM CANADA AT THE 2023 IWWF DISABLED WORLD WATER SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

Adaptive Water Ski Canada is excited to announce that Todd Hubbs, from Yorkton, Saskatchewan, will be skiing for Team Canada at the prestigious 2023 IWWF Disabled World Water Ski Championships. The much-anticipated competition will take place in Elk Grove, California, from September 14th to September 17th.

Athlete Profile:

Name: Todd Hubbs

Division: MP1

Events: Slalom and Trick

Personal Bests:

  • Slalom: 6@34km/16m
  • Trick: 300pts

Age: 49 years

Hometown: Yorkton, Saskatchewan

About Todd:

Living with a C6/C7 spinal injury for 31 years, Todd Hubbs embodies resilience and determination. His passion for water skiing is deeply rooted, starting when he was scouted by Dave Wassill at the Ann Obrien Memorial in Florida. Now, with 7 years of competitive experience in slalom and trick, Todd continues to inspire many with his tenacity and skill.

Greatest Accomplishments:

  • Competed in 2 US Nationals.
  • Represented at the Canadian Easterns this year.

Memorable Moments:

  • Made his mark by participating in his first US Nationals in 2019.

Looking Forward:

  • At the heart of Todd’s ambition, he aims to shatter the Canadian record at the 2023 IWWF Disabled World Water Ski Championships.

For those who wish to cheer for Todd and Team Canada, catch the live results and schedule at: https://www.iwwfed-ea.org/disabled/23IWWF08/ and webcast at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEKKfDsJOLQKoJmzgUzxGEgCbNWHY69OZ.

About Adaptive Water Ski Canada: 

Adaptive Water Ski Canada is a leading organization committed to promoting and developing adaptive water skiing in Canada, supporting athletes to reach their full potential on the international stage.