Records

IWWF Rule 23.01: What Records are Recognized
The IWWF shall recognize World records for tricks points, slalom performances, jump distances and overall
points
 for the Open Men’s and Women’s divisions, Under 21 Men’s and Women’s and for Under 17 Boy’s and
Girl’s divisions
.

The Confederations may, in addition, recognise Confederation records under the same
standards provided for World records. The Confederations may, however, recognise records for divisions
other than those recognised by the IWWF.
The Confederation in which a record may be recognised shall be determined by the nationality of the skier rather than the location of the competition.

IWWF Rule 23.02: Competitions where Records may be set
Records may be set only at competitions homologated as a Record Capability Event by the IWWF, a Confederation, a Federation, or the World Waterski Council. In any one competition, no more than four rounds are eligible for setting records.

Rule 23 – E&A Records
Amendments to IWWF Rule 23
23.01: General
a) Unless varied below the provisions of the IWWF Technical Rules apply to Europe & Africa records.
b) Records will only be recognised for the Men and Women divisions and not for Under 14, Under 17, Under 21 or Senior categories.
c) Only performances at events of competitions in Europe & Africa which are granted “R” Homologation by the WSC or events in competitions in other Confederations recognised by the WSC to be of “R” level will be considered for ratification.
d) A Europe & Africa record may not equal or exceed a World Record unless it is ratified as a World record.
e) No Federation shall ratify a National Record if it equals or exceeds the current World or Europe & Africa Record, unless it is also ratified as a World or Europe & Africa record.

World and Europe Records


Record Dossier