Grass Roots Events
The GrassRoots Series is one of USA Water Ski’s most exciting nationwide programs. It’s a great place for you to experience what skiing or riding against others feels like. Don’t worry about what others think. Forget the pressure of serious competition. Make it an opportunity to have fun and learn. Imagine that! This can then be the first step to entering the competitive side of our sport, if that is what you want. You get time on the water. And personal instruction. There are free T-shirts, trophies, music, games, prizes and more. You show up and get to have fun. How can you beat that?
The GrassRoots Series is designed to be a fun, family-oriented experience for all water sport enthusiasts. USA Water Ski looks to grow organized towed water sports at the grassroots level by providing a turnkey package that encourages LOCs to host GrassRoots events through budget relieving incentives, and offering various marketing tools to help attract new participants to their events. For more information, go to USA Water Ski’s Grass Roots page.
- Get a racing license and join a local club.
- Find a race near you and get pedaling!
- After you’ve found a supportive club or team and have a few local races under your belt, find and enter a Road Development Race Series or American Mountain Bike Challenge (AMBC) event near you.
United States Ski and Snowboard Association
An essential step to getting started is to learn how to ski or snowboard properly. Reach out to a club to help you in this process. You can also click the “Learn to Ski or Snowboard Today” link to get additional help for achieving this critical step. Learn to Ski or Snowboard Today!
Local USSA Clubs are the primary starting point for aspiring athletes, introducing them to knowledgeable coaches and officials who guide them along the development pipeline. The USSA provides education and support to its local clubs including a certification process for coaches, judges, officials and the club itself to ensure the best experience possible for athletes and parents.
Check out SnowLink’s website for great information on snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, alpine skiing and snowboarding. SnowLink.com.