Getting Started


STEP 1Check out the Event Schedule in your State to find the next INT event or view the INT Calendar. The INT League is a tour of events. You accumulate points at each INT stop as you go through the season. At the end of the season, the winner in each division from each state is invited to the INT US Championships or Regionals.

STEP 2Membership is required to participate, and is now available for purchase online. An INT Membership is valid all season, full membership is valid at any INT or WWA event.

Membership Fees:Buy it Now

$60 Online – Full Membership valid at INT and WWA events. ($65 On Site) Slalom, Wakeboard, Wake Skate, Kneeboard & Surf
$50 Online – INT Slalom Only Membership. ($55 On Site)
$30 On Site – Guest Membership(Good for only one INT Event)
Membership includes: T-shirts, gift and sticker, to be picked up at your first event. Sorry, no shipping.

STEP 3Find the Division that is right for your ability level, slalom, wakeboard, wakeskate, wake surf, and kneeboard. All INT divisions are based on ability. Some of the divisions are separated by age and gender, particularly the novice divisions. As you improve you will bump up through the divisions. Choose a division that is right for your ability level, it is better go into a tougher division then an easier one because you will improve throughout the season. Please see the INT Insider/Rule Book for a full explanation of each division.

STEP 4Please register online, you may be able to save some money by pre-registering. If you register online, please print your receipt and bring it to the event. Registering online helps us be more organized and start on time. You can also register on-site. Click Here to Register Online

We provide the boat and the lake. Please bring your own ski or board, coast guard approved life jacket, gloves (skiers), and helmet (for wakeboard, skate, and kneeboard). You may use your own handle, if you don’t have one, you may use the boat handle. Wakeboarders may use their own rope. We’ll have soap on the dock!

Please visit your state’s website for more information.