World Freshwater Spearfishing Championship 2019 – New Zealand

The World Freshwater Spearfishing Championship happens every 2 years on the even year. In March of 2019 the WFSC will be hosted in New Zealand. The USA Picks there our teams in the same manor as the USOA picks its top athletes, the combination of the % points from the past 2 Freshwater National events. With some minor modifications to account for picking 2 person teams and picking teams in 4 divisions.

Attached are the scores and the %s of the top divers from US Freshwater Nationals 2017 in Lake Maccounaghy. 2018 US Nationals is planned for Southern Lake Powell June 8-9.

USA 5 PTS for FWSC

RULES FOR PICKING OUR TOP US DIVERS FOR WORLD EVENTS
Combined % scores from the past 2 US Freshwater Nationals will pick our #1 mens and women’s divers.

He/she will then be allowed to pick his/her partner and division for the next world event.

Highest man or Woman’s score will get to pick first, then it will alternate from mens to women’s division until we have filled all the teams needed to represent the USA.

We are allowed to send 2 teams per division, and the divisions consist of Mens, Women’s, Masters 60+ and Mixed. 2 person teams.

If there are not enough dives to fill all divisions then the RMSA Board will find divers and fill the spots. The RMSA Board has the final say on all teams going and will support the teams, as much as possible.

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