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American Water Ski Association

Junior Development Profile

The American Water Ski Association’s Junior Development Program is a nationwide program for water ski athletes of all levels under the age of 17. The goals of the program are to attract new junior skiers, promote junior skiers and provide junior skiers with opportunities for assistance in improving their skiing skills. These goals are accomplished through various clinics and activities. Some clinics are for the beginner skier who wants to become a competitive skier, while other clinics are designed for the skiers who want to perfect their skiing expertise to reach a higher level of competitive skiing. The program also provides awards to junior skiers for their participation, as well as news articles in The Water Skier, which promotes junior skiers’ accomplishments.

The Junior Development Program has different teams for the many levels of skiing. Each of the five regions supports a team and from these teams, an All-Star Team is chosen each year for competition at the Water Ski National Championships. There also is a National Junior Development Team, which is chosen through the skier’s placement on the National Rankings List, in addition to a National Team, which is chosen each year by the International Activities Committee.