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WSWSask AGM - March 19th
Join us on March 19th, 2017 at 2PM at 510 Cynthia Street (Room 140) for the WSWSask A.G.M.
Ring door bell on the north side of the building.  
Help us grow our organization.   All 2017 registered members are welcome to participate in this meeting.
The AGM package is posted on our website at: 

The 2016 Awards will be presented after the meeting adjourns.

Traveling Clinic Coaches
We're looking for coaches for our grassroots program.  This is a great opportunity to share your love of towed water sports to new participants!

Applications are due: 

Membership Registration Link
Don't forget about our membership contest!  The 2017 WSWSask membership registration is open and now's the time to sign up.  Register by midnight March 15th, and you will be entered into a draw for a number of cool prizes including a gift certificate for $100.  

Adaptive Athletes Bound for Worlds
Once again 5 Saskatchewan Adaptive Water-skiers dominate the team selection to  Water-ski Wake-board Canada's  World's team.
The World Disabled Water-ski Championships will be Hosted by Australia, held at Myuna Bay Resort, outside of New Castle N.S.W.
6 skiers qualified for the Worlds, one from B.C. and the bulk of the team from Saskatchewan.

The North Sask Adaptive Water-ski club has 4 skiers chosen.
- Reining World Champion Ashley Baerg of Dalmeny, SK will lead the team into her 3rd Worlds. Ashley will compete in the MP5, classification for sit ski division athletes. Ashley plans on repeating as Female World Champion, in the Trick event, the Jump event and the World Overall Champion.
- Veteran Pete Andrews of Saskatoon, competing in his 5th Worlds was named Captain of the team. Pete has added duties as the team's jump event coach. Pete will compete in all three events in the MP3, classification for sit ski division athletes. Pete has been chasing the Jump World record and hopes this is the time.
- Veteran Ryan Riehl of Saskatoon, competing in his 4th Worlds, will compete in all three events in the V2 classification for Blind skiers. Ryan missed the last Worlds due to heart Bypass surgery. Ryan is hoping to get his form back and bring back a medal.
- Nolan Barnes, of Saskatoon, formerly of Yorkton, competing in his 3rd Worlds will compete in all three events in the MP3, classification for sit ski division athletes. Nolan has ramped up his training the last 2 years and is set for a podium finish at these worlds.
The South Sask Adaptive Water-ski club has a rookie skier qualifying.
- Blake LaMontagne, of Regina, formerly of Wawota, competing in his 1st Worlds will compete in all three events in the MP4, classification for sit ski division athletes. Blake has skied just 3 years, but placed in the U.S.A. National Championships, last fall, with this making a statement, that he will make some noise at these worlds.
 Team leader, David Wassill, of Saskatoon has this to say, " Despite these World's being at the end of our winter, we have great skiers and great skier leadership, It may be tough to improve our traditional 4th place finish as a team, but we have added some real talent this year and we are experienced. If the world's was just a jump event we would dominate. The jump event is like hockey to Canadians, we put it on the line and we win."

Kip Water Sports Club
Being a coach is an awesome way to give back to our sport, and there are a lot of great organizations that exist to help support and train coaches.  

If you are interested in taking a coaching course, please contact 

Coaches Association of Saskatchewan
Coaches Association of Saskatchewan >

Canadian Women in Sport (CAAWS)
Upcoming Events
Check out what's coming up in our association.  
Get more info >

Another great source of events is Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada.