The 2003 MasterCraft Pro WaterSki Championship presented by
Chevy Trucks and GM Vortec engines returns to Charleston, South
Carolina’s Trophy Lakes May 16-18. This will be the second
year for one of the biggest events in the history of water skiing
in which the three most competitive disciplines in water skiing,
Women’s Slalom, Men’s Slalom and Men’s Jump are
the featured events.
An invitation to compete at the Masters is
universally considered an honor and an acknowledgement of
achievement for reaching the pinnacle in a given waterskiing
discipline—only the world's most elite athletes ski the
Masters! This tournament is IWSF/AWSA- and WWA-sanctioned and has
been part of the Water Ski World Cup since 1997. The perpetual
trophies for these tournaments reside in the Water Ski Hall of
Fame. Prize monies, trophies, rings and special event awards total
well over $165,000.
The 2003 Malibu Open will make a triumphant return to
Sacramento, California, July 18-20. The event will again be held at
Bell Acqua, site of a number of record-breaking water-ski
performances in 2002.
The world’s top water ski
athletes will compete for water skiing’s largest cash-prize
purse when the Greater Houston area hosts the 2003 U.S. Open Water
Ski Championships, presented by Chevy Trucks and GM Vortec Engines,