IJSBA Releases World Finals Entry Forms


The IJSBA has just released the first entry form for the 2018 Blowsion World Finals. Classes at this point are contingent but include runabout open, women’s runabout 1100, naturally aspirated, junior 10-13 lites, and more.

Entry forms must be filled out, submitted, and received by September 4. You can email your completed entry forms to info@ijsba.com.

For more information, check out the full press release below and be sure to check out ijsba.com for the latest details.

IJSBA is pleased to release the first entry form for the 2018 Blowsion World Finals.  This entry form consists of six categories that were either slated for removal from the competition program or were requested for addition to the competition program.  These classes include:

Runabout 1100 Open: An unclassified category to provide an opportunity for the growing demand for aftermarket hulls in the small runabout division.

Ladies 1100 Stock:  An unclassified category to provide an opportunity for female competitors to compete in the small runabout division.

Junior 10-13 Lites Challenge:  Intended to provide entry opportunities for the Junior Class competitor which develops both Closed Course and Slalom skills in a combined overall score.

Naturally Aspirated Limited:  An restricted unclassified category intended to meet the demand of competitors who wish to continue the use of classic runabout watercraft or who want to engage in the use of aftermarket parts on a modern watercraft without the use of forced induction.

Naturally Aspirated Open:  An restricted unclassified category intended to meet the demand of competitors who wish to continue the use of classic highly modified runabout watercraft or who want to engage in the heavy use of aftermarket parts on a modern watercraft without the use of forced induction.

Amateur Runabout Stock:  Intended to provide neophyte Stock Class competitors an opportunity to evaluate their skills in an environment against select Expert Class competitors before deciding to apply for an Expert License.

IJSBA will accept entry forms, today, but will not process the entry until the requisite number of entries as been received.  To submit an entry in these classes, download the entry form, fill it out with a valid payment and email the completed form to info@ijsba.com.  12 completed entries must be received by September 4 or the class absolutely will not be run.

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Brice Leckrone

Brice is a Mechanical Engineer for 33% of the day and a PWC enthusiast for 100% of the day. When he is not at work or at the farmhouse with his wife and countless animals, he likes to be on the water. Having evolved from motorcycles and race cars that go way too fast for a married man, he now likes to ride watercraft that go way too fast for a married man.

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