UWP is proud to announce that effective immediately, Watercraft Performance, the Internet's only daily PWC enthusiast magazine, is now the official media outlet of Hydro-Turf Watercross National Tour for 2013.
Watercraft Performance will continue to provide enthusiasts the fastest next-day event coverage of each stop of the Watercross National Tour, but will also be home for all pertinent news announcements, press releases and updates.
Additionally, all racers participating in future Watercross National Tour events will be provided two complimentary Watercraft Performance all-weather decals to adorn their skis, trailers or helmets!
Launched on January 1st, 2013, Watercraft Performance reaches more than 30,000 enthusiasts each month via its interactive digital format. Completely subscription free, Watercraft Performance has quickly become an asset to the industry and sport, as the primary source of the fastest event coverage, latest industry news and features and full-length technical articles.
Watercraft Performance Editor-in-Cheif Kevin Shaw stated, "We are excited to begin this new chapter with the Hydro-Turf Watercross National Tour and the UWP-IJSBA Organizers, AJ and Jennifer Handler. Watercraft Performance prides itself on providing its readers the very best in late-breaking event coverage and eye-catching photography, so it's very rewarding to be recognized for raising the bar like we have in such a short time."
The Hydro-Turf Watercross National is the featured national tour of the IJSBA, bringing together the finest professional and amateur athletes in the sport and the most fan-friendly venues in the United States; beautiful beaches, extreme racing on technical and challenging closed courses, great payout, and lots of fun!
Since it's partnering in 2009, the UWP and the IJSBA have raised the level of watercross competition, as well as encouraging enthusiasts to practice safe and responsible use of PWC, by obeying navigational and local boating laws. All of UWP events are sanctioned by the IJSBA which serves as the international governing and sanctioning body for personal watercraft (PWC) racing.