Tuscaloosa Tourism & Sports Commission Welcomes the Return of the USA Water Ski Regionals
Tuscaloosa Tourism & Sports Commission (TTSC) is excited to announce the return USA Water Ski Regionals at Lymanland in Duncanville, AL on July 23rd through the 27th.
The tournament will be a mix of youth, adults, professionals, and even international contestants. The event is open to the public and is free of charge. Spectators and media are welcomed.
Tuscaloosa Tourism & Sports Commission's Gina Simpson said,
Lymanland is an amazing venue and continues to attract elite water skiing events. We are pleased to see the USA Water Ski Regionals return to our community for a second year. We thank Lyman Hardy for his partnership with TTSC and are excited to welcome everyone back. I urge the community to come out to enjoy this event.
During the five days, hundreds of top water skiers from around the U.S. as well as the world, will come to Lymanland near Tuscaloosa to compete in a series of events in hopes to move closer to nationals later on in the year. The tournament includes women, men and juniors competing slalom skiing, trick and jumps.
Lymanland, owned by Lyman Hardy, is a small, man-made lake solely crafted for water skiing located south of Tuscaloosa in Duncanville. Lymanland Lake is roughly half a mile long, 53 yards wide and eight feet deep, with islands at each end. Spectators are encouraged to come watch the skiers perform. There will be food and beverage vendors at the event.
For more information, contact Brandt Garrison, Manager for Communications and Public Relations for the TTSC, at 205.391.9200.