The 64th Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament® will be held May 24 – 26, 2024. The Masters is known throughout the world as the most prestigious watersports tournament. The event began in 1959 at Callaway Gardens and is held annually during the Memorial Day weekend.
The Robin Lake site at Callaway, built specifically for the Masters, boasts an expansive pavilion with covered stadium seating, judges’ tower and media area. The action can be seen clearly from the beach and picnic areas. The immaculately maintained gardens, lakes, resort and attractions at Callaway provide a tournament venue like no other in the world.
An invitation to compete in the Masters is universally considered an honor and an acknowledgement of achievement for reaching the pinnacle in a given watersports discipline – only the world’s most elite athletes compete at the Masters! This tournament is IWWF/USA Water Ski and WWA sanctioned.
The 31st Junior Masters Tournament features the world’s finest junior waterskiing and wakeboarding athletes. In lieu of prize monies, junior competitors receive trophies.
Callaway’s Robin Lake is nestled in a serene and beautiful atmosphere. Spectators are treated to thrilling competition while lounging in a remarkable natural setting. This event attracts thousands of spectators annually and enjoys media coverage in the local and metropolitan Atlanta areas prior to and during the tournament, followed by worldwide print coverage for several months.
The Masters is instrumental in promotion and support of new and exciting watersports disciplines.
63rd MASTERS CHAMPIONS
Erika Lang – 11,030 points
Patricio Font – 12,470 points
Regina Jaquess – 3.50 @ 10.75 meters
Nate Smith – 3 @ 10.25 meters
Hanna Straltsova – 52.7 meters, 173 feet
Ryan Dodd – 67.9 meters, 223 feet
Meagan Ethell – 86.00
Massimilliano Piffaretti – 90.00
30th JUNIOR MASTERS CHAMPIONS
Jr. Women’s Trick
Hanna Stopnicki – 5,960 points
Jr. Men’s Trick
Jake Abelson – 11,390 points
Junior Women’s Slalom
Trinidad Espinal – 1.00 @ 11.25 meters
Junior Men’s Slalom
Charlie Ross – 3.00 @ 11.25 meters
Jr. Women’s Jump
Kristy Appleton – 42.1 meters, 138 feet
Jr. Men’s Jump
Tristan Duplan- Fribourg – 55.8 meters, 183 feet
Jr. Women’s Overall
Jr. Men’s Overall
Jr. Women’s Wakeboard
Giulia Castelli – 80.00
Jr. Men’s Wakeboard
Shion Takaiwa – 85.00