NCWSA Rule Update: Trick Ski Definition Revised

The NCWSA Board of Directors met during the Connelly Skis 2017 NCWSA Nationals and approved a revision to the definition of a trick ski in the NCWSA Tournament Rulebook. The revised rule strikes the 46″ length maximum, and updates the width ratio from 30% to 35%.

11.3 A trick ski is defined as having no molded or attached fins with a front binder that is within 9.9 degrees (11 percent) of parallel with the centerline (long) axis of the ski. The width of the ski may not exceed 35% of the length.

The new rule as written above is effective immediately.

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Adam Koehler

Skied with the Illini Waterski Team and the Marquette Waterski Team. Past winner of the NCWSA Outstanding Leader Award. Former NCWSA Operations Committee Chair and current NCWSA Secretary.