Diablo Shores ProAm

The Diablo Shores Pro Am is one of the last pro waterskiing events of the season and all of the big gun skiers are set to battle it out for the top podium spot. With so many high caliber skiers traveling to the Diablo Shores in Brentwood, California - the probability of a new World Slalom Record seems imminent.


This premier event will be brought to you LIVE via the WebCast-TV Productions Team.?Tune into the "Live Chat" during the webcast of the event. Stop in and join the conversation…we may see some records fall together!
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To learn more, visit Diablo Shores ProAm
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2010 Diablo Shores Schedule
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Friday: Start 8am

Round 1: B1 - B3 , G1 - G3 , M5 - M9 , W1 - W7 , MM , M1-M3 , M4

Round 2: B1 - B3 , G1 - G3 , M5 - M9 , W1 - W7 , MM , M1-M3 , M4

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Saturday: Start 7:30am

Open Women , Legends, Open Men, Open Women , Legends, Open Men, Amateur Head to Head (time Permitting), Duck Races!

Saturday night BBQ for Skiers and Officials Extra Dinner tickets available at Raffle booth for $20.00

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Sunday: Start 9am (possibly earlier)

MM Head to Head , Open Women Head to Head , Legends Head to Head, Open Men Head to Head, Awards and Skiers Raffle to follow

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Diablo Shores Pro-Am 2010 Rules and Advancement Criteria
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Tournament Officials
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??? * Chief Judge-Gaile Heick

??? * Pan Am Judge-Richelle Matli

??? * Chief Scorer-Judy Stanford

??? * Chief Driver-Bob Hardeman

??? * Chief Safety-Greg Badal

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General Tournament Rules
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?? 1. A skiers list will be posted on the website subject to change. Any skier with an asterisk next to their name on the skiers list must come prior to the tournament to prove their scores.

?? 2. The final running order will be posted 7?days prior to the tournament.

?? 3. All rules will be posted on the website and it is the skier’s responsibility to check the website for the rules and any changes.

?? 4. There will be a skiers meeting 30 minutes prior to the start of the tournament on the first day to answer questions and clarify any of the rules for the Head-to-Head events.

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Professional Skiers
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??? * These rules apply to both Open Men, Open Women , Legends and MM skiers.

??? * The Professionals have to ski both rounds for a two round average in order to advance to the Head-to-Head event.

??? * The Head-to-Head event will be on Sunday.

??? * Open Men skiers will start at 32 feet off for the tournament rounds.

??? * Open Women skiers will start at 28 off for the tournament rounds.

??? * The top 8 averaged score will advance to the Head-to-Head competition.

??? * If a tie needs to be broken going into the Head-to-Head , first tie breaker is skier average, then best round, then highest seeding value will advance.

??? * The Head-to-Head event will put Skier 1 against Skier 8, Skier 2 against Skier 7 etc.

??? * Open Men Skiers will start the head-to-head at 32 off and subsequent rounds at 35 off.

??? * Open Women Skiers will start the head-to-head at 28 off and subsequent rounds at 32 off.

??? * The time in the water will be 50 seconds on the 1st boat and 35 seconds on the 2nd boat.

??? * If both skiers duplicate a line length in a pass, and both skiers agree, they can drop a pass.

??? * The scoring criterion for the Head-to-Head is straight buoy count and line length only.

??? * There will be no tiebreakers to advance in the Head-to-Head event. If the second skier of a bracketed pairing fails to beat the first skier, the first skier wins.

??? * There will be a run off for 3rd & 4th place

??? * Placement for 5th - 8th will be determined by their performance in that head to head round.

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Amateur Skiers
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??? * All Amateur Skiers must have completed 5 tournaments prior to 1 week before the event to compete in the Head-to-Head event.

??? * No new scores will be considered after 1 week prior to the event.

??? * The head-to-head event for the Amateur Skiers will be held Saturday PM, time permitting.

??? * All skiers have to ski both rounds to compute an average score in order to advance to the Head-to-Head event.

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Head-to-Head Advancement Criteria
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??? * We will average the two scores for the skiers.

????? Round 1 ??? Round 2 ????????? Average
????? 69 70 ?????? 69.5

??? * We will subtract the difference between the two round average and the AWSA National Ranking Score.

????? AWSA National Ranking Score ???? Two Round Average ?? Difference

????? 68.2 ????????? 69.5 ??? 1.3

??? * The difference will be sorted highest to lowest.

??? * The top eight between the two round averages and the AWSA National Ranking Score will advance to the Amateur Head-to-Head event on Saturday afternoon.

??? * The starting rope length for the head-to-head will be determined from the skiers two tournament rounds.

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Final Scoring Criteria
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??? * Each skier will compete against their Two Round Tournament Average in the Final Head-to-Head event.

??? * Each skier has to achieve a higher difference versus their Two Round Average compared to their competitor to advance to the next bracket.

??? * There will be no ties. If second skier does not beat first skier by a number greater than the first skier difference, the first skier advances.

??? * The Head-to-Head competition will put Skier 1 against Skier 8, Skier 2 against Skier 7 etc.

??? * The time in the water will be 50 seconds on the 1st boat and 35 seconds on the 2nd boat. The time in the water will 35 seconds for each skier thereafter.

??? * If both skiers duplicate a line length in a pass, and both skiers agree, they can drop a pass.







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