2019 IWWF World Disabled Waterski Championships
The 2019 IWWF World Disabled Waterski Championships will be held at SIAP, Skarnes, Norway.
2017 World Championships
Myuna Bay, NSW, Ausrtralia
Offical Website: https://www.wdwsc2017.com
Please note the following rule change has been made to the 2017 IWWF Disabled Rules:
D.10.01 – Skiing devices
Rule T.10.03.a is replaced with:
A skiing device is defined as a piece of equipment which fully supports the weight of a skier when he is in skiing position (D.12.05). If the maximum width of a skiing device does not exceed 30 percent of its overall length for jump and slalom skis and 35 percent of the overall length for trick skis, it is defined as a ski; if its maximum width exceeds 30 percent of its overall length for jump and slalom skis, or 35 percent of the overall length for trick skis, it is defined as a board.
Rule T.10.03.b is replaced with:
Any type of bindings may be used.
Rules T.10.03.c and T.10.03.d apply.
Rules T.10.03.e applies to all skiing devices.
2016 IWWF Disabled Athletes of the Year
Female: Claire Ellis (GBR)
Male: Elijah Hager (USA)
2016 World Records
DWSA National Championships, Stoney Park, NSW, Australia
Jamie McDonald (AUS) - A/L1 (M) - 24/03/2016
Tricks: 160 points
Europe & Africa Disabled Championships, Skarnes, Norway
Claire Ellis (GBR) - A/L2 (W) - 22/07/2016
Claire Ellis (GBR) - A/L2 (W) - 23/07/2016
Tricks: 2,050 pts
Europe & Africa 35+ Championships, Sesena, Spain
Claire Ellis (GBR) - A/L2 (W) - 04/08/2016
Click here for the 2015 MP skier classifications and guidelines