Disabled Water Ski Australia (DWSA) provides sporting opportunities for people with disabilities. Athletes can compete in their own category, and/or against able-bodied athletes. Most skiers with a disability, ski in mainstream three-event tournaments (i.e. slalom, trick, and jump). These include State and National Titles. DWSA also sends a National Team to the World Disabled Water Skiing Championships that are held every two years. Skiers who compete in the above water skiing competitions, have a range of disabilities including arm/leg amputees, paraplegia, quadriplegia, blindness and vision impairment. Each State Division also run Come & Try days especially for people who want to learn how to ski. Coaching and advice on adaptive equipment is also available. Water skiing is for everybody, and everybody can do it!