Water Ski Show Capital of the World

    Show Ski Sport Discipline

    Aaron Schoelzel
    Aaron SchoelzelShow Ski Sport Discipline Director

    Show Ski Events

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    Affiliated Show Teams

    Aqua Devils - Three Lakes

    Aqua Skiers - Wisconsin Rapids

    Aquaducks - Burlington

    Aquanuts - Twin Lakes

    Badgerland - Merton

    Badwater Ski-Ters - Florence

    Beaverland Must-Skis - Beaver Dam

    Blue Spring Lake - Palmyra

    Central Wisconsin - Wausau

    Chain Skiers - Waupaca

    Chain Skimmers - Conover

    Crivitz Ski Cats - Crivitz

    Hydroflites - Chetek

    Kwahamots - Tomahawk

    Mad-City Ski Team - Madison

    Min-Aqua Bats - Minocqua

    Pewaukee Lake - Pewaukee

    Plum Ski-Ters - Saynor

    River City - La Crosse

    Rock Aqua Jays - Janesville

    Shawano Ski Sharks - Shawano

    Shermalot - Nekoosa

    Ski Sprites - Eau Claire

    Southern Wakes United - Elkhorn

    Tommy Bartlett Show - Wis. Dells

    Twin Bridge - Crivitz

    Water Bugs - Muskego

    Waterboard Warriors - Green Bay

    Webfooters - Fremont

    The Water Ski Show Capital of the World

    Wisconsin is the Water Ski Show Capital of the World with more water ski show teams than any other place in the world. Nearly 30 teams from all around the state soak up every last drop of summer performing entertaining shows for their communities.

    Amateur skiers ranging in age from young children to retired adults adorned in decorative costumes and wetsuits dazzle audiences with with their effortless shows of unique and creative feats that would be hard to perform on land, much less while skimming across the water. Human pyramids, barefoot skiing, jumping, ballet lines, swivel skiing and strap doubles are just a few of the acts packed into an action-filled water ski show.

    The largest and longest-running water ski show competition in the world, the Wisconsin State Water Ski Show Championships, is held in Wisconsin Rapids each summer. Many of the top water ski show teams in the nation call Wisconsin home. With most of the teams performing water ski shows on a weekly basis, Wisconsin offers world-class water ski entertainment featuring some of the world's most talented water skiers.

    WWSF Show Ski Teams Map
    Mad-City End Pyramid at 2019 Division I Nationals
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