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Ukraine To Host 2020 University Worlds

The FISU World University Championships Division has announced that its Executive Committee has attributed the organization of the 2020 World University Water Ski & Wakeboard Championships to Dnipro, Ukraine. This will be the first FISU World University Championships with a new format, which will include wakeboarding.

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NCWSA Approves Two New Records

The National Collegiate Water Ski Association has approved the two pending national collegiate records that were set at the 39th Connelly Skis Collegiate Water Ski National Championships, Oct. 19-21, at Bennettís Water Ski & Wakeboard School in Zachary, La.

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AWSA Launches Re-Engagement Survey

Did watching the live webcast of the 2017 Connelly Skis Collegiate Water Ski National Championships remind you how much you miss water skiing? Sign-up now for alumni alerts and information!†The American Water Ski Association has started a committee to help develop resources for former National Collegiate Water Ski Association athletes to stay involved in the sport.

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Louisiana-Monroe Wins Collegiate Nationals

The University of Louisiana-Monroe water ski team won the Division 1 national title at the 39th Connelly Skis Collegiate Water Ski National Championships, Oct. 19-21, at Bennettís Water Ski & Wakeboard School in Zachary, La. The Warhawks tallied 12,165 points in winning their second consecutive and 28th overall national team title since the inception of the tournament in 1979. Louisiana-Lafayette finished second with 11,930 points. Alabama, which tallied 11,880 points, placed third. Florida Southern College finished fourth with 11,240 points and Rollins College was fifth with 9,150 points.

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Midwest Region Wins Collegiate All-Stars

The National Collegiate Water Ski Associationís Midwest Region won the coveted team title for the fourth consecutive year at the 36th Collegiate All-Stars Water Ski Championships, May 20-21, at Bullneck Lake in Scott, Ark. Hosted by the Bullneck Lake Ski Club and the University of Alabama and University of Arkansas water ski teams, the two-day event included the top-10 men and top-10 women from each of the NCWSA's four regions vying for the regional team title and individual titles in slalom, tricks, jumping and overall.

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