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11 TIME NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!

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WHAT WE DO AND WHO WE ARE

The Mad-City Ski Team is made up of a group of dedicated volunteers that perform free water ski shows for the Madison community throughout the summer and compete in regional and national water ski show tournaments. The team is nationally recognized for it’s innovative shows and thrilling water skiing and has won National Championships in 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2019.

The team is made up of children of all ages ranging from our youngest at 6 or 7 years old to skiers in their 50s and a variety of other support personnel that may be even older or younger. Although there are many people that join the team as individuals, there are also many families that join where the parents and children all compete together on the same team, some may be skiing and some may be helping on shore, the docks or out in the boats. Show skiing is a unique sport where an entire family can compete together.

FREE FAMILY-FRIENDLY SHOWS
FOR OVER 50 YEARS!

Join us on the shore of Lake Monona for a show!

LAW PARK

Our shows are uniquely situated in downtown Madison, next to the Monona Terrace at Law Park.

SUPPORT MAD-CITY

Mad-City is able to put on free shows thanks to the support of fans like you!

STATE CHAMPIONS

Check out our 2019 National Championship show by clicking the star above.

OVER 50 YEARS OF SHOWS

We are so proud to present family-friendly, FREE water ski shows!

2021 SPECIAL EVENTS

May 30: First Show 

June (Date TBD): Mercury Open (Janesville, WI)

July 15-18: Wisconsin State Water Ski Show Tournament (Wisconsin Rapids, WI)

August 13-15: Show Ski Nationals (Janesville, WI)

September 5: Final 2021 Show

VISIT US

Mad-City Ski Team
See our schedule of shows, performed at Law Park on the shore of Lake Monona!

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