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Running Orders Set For D2 Show Nationals

The field of competing teams and individuals for the 14th Division 2 Show Ski National Championships, Aug. 1-3, in Warsaw, Ind., are now available. To view the Division 2 running order and schedule of events, click here (PDF).

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Running Orders Set For D1 Show Nationals

The field of competing teams and individuals for the 40th Indmar Marine Engines Division 1 Show Ski National Championships, Aug. 8-10, in Janesville, Wis., are now available. To view the Division 1 running order and schedule of events, click here (PDF).

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John Worden Services Set For Wednesday

Services for John Worden, a longtime member of USA Water Ski and technical controller for the American Water Ski Association who passed away on July 26, will be at the First Presbyterian Church in DeLand, Fla. (724 N. Woodland Blvd.) on Wednesday, July 30. Visitation is at 11 a.m. and a memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. at the church. A celebration of life will follow at the Worden house, 700 33rd St., Orlando.

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Twin Cities Wins NSSA Midwest Regionals

http://www.usawaterski.org/pages/divisions/showski/2014NSSAMidwestRegionalTournamentResults.pdfThe Twin Cities River Rats (Minneapolis, Minn.) won the 2014 Midwest Regional Show Ski Championships on Sunday at Dahme Lake in Aberdeen, S.D. The River Rats finished with a grand total of 1,631.57 points. The Ski Otters (White Bear Lake, Minn.) placed second with 1,531.17 points. Twin Cities earned top scores for dock and equipment personnel, pick-up boat crews, towboat driving, showmanship, overall show, and barefooting.

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U.S. Can Am Challenge Teams Selected

TAbbi Grathwohl was selected to the Under 17 Can Am Water Ski Team.he American Water Ski Association's International Activities Committee has announced the selection of two water ski teams – Under 13 and Under 17 – that will represent the United States at the 7th Can Am Challenge, Aug. 30-31, at Lake of Dreams in Jerseyville, Ill. The event features athletes from the United States and Canada competing for team titles only. The AWSA's IAC chose the teams based upon a pre-approved selection criteria.

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WSDA Nationals' Entry Deadline Is Aug. 8

U.S. athlete Jessica RadmilovicThe entry deadline for the 23rd Disabled Water Ski National Championships, sponsored by the Shepherd Center and the Barbara Bolding/Jim Grew Foundation, is 5 p.m. (EDT) on Friday, Aug. 8. The Nationals will be held Aug. 29-31 in Talking Rock, Ga. To download the Skier Packet, which includes the official entry form and more information, click here (PDF).

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Rock Aqua Jays Win Wis. State Show Title

The Rock Aqua Jays, the three-time defending national championship team, finished with a grand total of 1,821.54 points.The Rock Aqua Jays Water Ski Show Team (Janesville, Wis.) won the team title for the second consecutive year at the 48th Wisconsin State Show Ski Championships, July 17-20, at Lake Wazeecha in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. The Rock Aqua Jays, the three-time defending national championship team, finished with a grand total of 1,821.54 points. The Aquanuts (Twin Lakes, Wis.) placed second with 1,757.32 points.

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U.S. Wins Nine Medals At Pan Am Festival

U.S. athlete Erika Lang won gold medals in women's tricks and overall, and earned the silver medal in slalom.Five U.S. Team members combined to win a tournament-high nine medals in respective events at the inaugural Pan American Olympic Festival, July 17-20, in Morelos, Mexico. The U.S. Team finished with five gold medals, three silver medals and one bronze medal during the four-day competition.

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Rodgers Wins Big Dawg Stop No. 4

U.S. athlete Jeff Rodgers (Greenwood, S.C.) won the fourth stop of the 2014 Nautique Big Dawg World Slalom Tour, presented by O’Brien, on Sunday in Graham, Wash. The 2014 Nautique Big Dawg World Slalom Tour consists of four events plus the tour finals. Each tour stop, as well as the series finale, includes two rounds of 34 mph record-capability slalom action, followed by a bracketed 16-skier head-to-head finale. Rodgers defeated fellow U.S. athlete Greg Badal (Brentwood, Calif.) in the head-to-head finale, scoring 2 buoys at 41 feet off to Badal’s ½-buoy at 41 feet off. For complete results, visit www.nautiquebigdawg.com.

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Krueger Wins Vladimir Filin Memorial

Freddy Krueger won the title with a distance of 215 feet.U.S. water ski athlete Freddy Krueger (Winter Garden, Fla.) won the men's jumping title at the 2014 Vladimir Filin Memorial on Sunday in Moscow, Russia. Krueger, who won the event for the second consecutive year, jumped 215 feet in the finals to clinch the victory over Canada's Ryan Dodd (213 feet). Great Britain's Damien Sharman placed third with a distance of 205 feet.

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