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Computer software tools for scoring tournaments, measuring/calculating jumping distances, or for surveying water ski tournament sites, are available here. Please respect the various authors requests and instructions for rights and privileges. Most are zipped (compressed) files which will require you to have a utility program to unpack them. Water Ski & Wakeboard Canada does not assume any responsibility for their use, nor offers support for them. They are provided for convenience only.

Download Skiscore 2016 for Windows Version 2.1 (approx 700kB). This is a self-installing file for a MS-Windows based scoring program providing various scoring and reporting functions for classic tournaments. Download the file, and install it, following the steps as directed. Installation includes the program file and help information about it. This program will produce a results file for submitting the event results to WSWC electronically as now required. Please note that Windows Vista or 7 may require administrator user priveleges on your PC;

Download Results Spreadsheet (20kB). This is a sample spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel) for manually entering tournament results in the required format for submitting to WSWC electronically if your scoring program does not provide this ability. Simply follow the example scores in the spreadsheet and email a copy to WSWC when completed.

Find other great software tools here. Including Video Jump Measurement, Video Trick Timing, WSTIMS scoring, and course survey spreadsheets here. Excellent resource for Technical Controllers. This is a USA WaterSki site with a variety of useful programs for tournaments. Did you know you can do Video Jump without transit surveying?