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27th September 2010 The O'Brien Big Dawg Finals.

Canada's David Miller won the 2010 O'Brien Big Dawg Slalom Series Championship, presented by Nautique, on Sunday at the Isles of Lake Hancock in Winter Garden, Fla.

Miller scored 1 buoy at 41 feet off in his head-to-head finale against fellow Canadian Todd Johnson, who scored a -buoy at 41 feet off in finishing second.

From USA Waterski, click here for more.

24th September 2010 The O'Brien Big Dawg Finals.

This week end we have the O'Brien Big Dawg Finals from Lake Hancock in Winter Garden, Florida.

The O'Brien Big Dawg Finals allows the top amateur slalom skiers in the world to vie in head-to-head competition behind the premium tournament ski boat, the Ski Nautique 200.

The Preliminary round of competition will begin on the 25th at 7:30 am and the Finals will commence on the 26th at 11:00am; admission on both days is free to the public.

Additionally, the Finals will be web cast live for the head to head competition on Sunday through nautique.com.

Click on the logo for the official event web site. Click here for the web cast.

21st September 2010 2010 Diablo Shores Pro Am.

Summed up well on the BWSW site - Will Asher finished the 2010 Slalom season where he has been for most of it, on top of the podium. Asher won at the Diablo Shores event in California to take the last elite title of the season.

In 2010 the reigning World Champion added the European title to his palmare, also picking up the other major titles at the US Master, Global Invitational and Malibu Open. Asher has shown mastery of both the regular competition format, with qualifying and final rounds as well as the head to head knockout, such as used at Diablo Shores this weekend.

Asher got a bye to the final by virtue of running the 10.25m pass in the first round, coming back to score 1 buoy on the incredibly short 9.75 metre line. Come the finals he first knocked out John Travers (USA) before squaring up to Chris Parrish (USA) in a match that gave the best scores of the finals. Asher posted 5 buoys on the 10.25 line (Parrish only getting to buoy 4) to set up a final confrontation against Jamie Beauchesne (USA).

Asher worked his way through the lines, running 10.75m but, skiing second Beauchesne could only get 4 buoys on the 10.75m line to ensure Asher took the win to wrap up an incredibly successful 2010.

Nicole Arthur took second place in women's event at Diablo Shores, losing out in the final to Regina Jacques (USA).

The standard of performance was incredibly high with Arthur breaking the European Slalom record with a score of 3.25 buoys on the 10.75m line, but this was not enough to beat an on form Jacques who equalled the World Slalom record with 1 buoy on the 10.25m line to take the win.

15th September 2010 2010 Diablo Shores Pro Am.

September 17th to the 19th is the 9th running of the The 2010 Diablo Shores Pro Am Waterski Event sponsored by Dublin Toyota Volkswagen and Hyundai.

The event gets under way on Friday with the amateur skiers and the Pros on Saturday. Saturday and Sunday will be web cast with the 2 pro rounds and then the head to head final for the prize money.

Click on the logo for the event web site and click here for the web cast.

12th September 2010 Ukraine Open 2010.

New names at the top of the podium in the mens event with Nick Parsons in slalom and Ryan Dodd in jump.

Anais Amade and June Fladborg took the ladies titles. Click on the logo for all the results.

12th September 2010 2010 35+ World and Europe and Africa Championships.

Too many results to list here, they are all available by clicking on the logo.

Just like to mention Genadi Guralia from Georgia who took the 35+ mens overall title and Tim Hazelwood who took the Europe and Africa trick title.

Click here for the world results.         Click here for the EA results.

10th September 2010 Ukraine Open 2010.

From the Water ski stadium, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, the pro skiers again travel across the planet to the Ukraine Open.

Click here
for live scoring and results and click here for the web cast.

8th September 2010 2010 35+ World and Europe and Africa Championships.

The IWWF 35+ World and Europe and Africa Championships started on Tuesday in Italy, yes two events in one.
The venue of the event is Lago Binella in Segrate close to Milan. Finals started yesterday with the world events.

Click here for live scoring and results

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