My name is Adam Sedlmajer and I am a professional water skier from the Czech Republic. I started skiing at 8 years old when I was on a vacation with my parents, and immediately fell in love with the sport. After only a year I started representing Czech Republic on the international level. For several years I competed at the European and World Championships and after multiple titles and podium finishes worldwide, I was recruited to ski for the college team at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. I took the opportunity in 2006 and moved state side where I became a member of the most prestigious college team. During my college years, I won 4 national titles, and most importantly got to spend many years among many professional skiers. This has definitely taken my skiing into the next level.

All the hard work paid of in the year 2009, where I finished second in Overall at the World Championship. The very same year, I won the European Championship in Overall and placed third in slalom. Right then I became to realize that I can compete on the top level of the sport in all three events, so I started to participate in every pro tournament I could. In the spring of 2010, I won my first pro tournament in tricks and placed third in another slalom pro tournament. The year 2011 was the best one for me yet. I became the World Champion in Overall, the European Champion in Overall and slalom all in one year!

After graduating college in 2012 with two degrees (undergraduate degree in Marketing, and graduate degree in Business Administration), I moved to Orlando, Florida with the intention of becoming a professional skier. I live with my girlfriend on a lake, where we practice every single day. Since becoming a fulltime pro in 2012, I competed on a World Cup circuit in every single event. I also made many podium finishes in pro tournaments, and broke the European Overall record held by legendary Patrice Martin for past 12 years.

In 2013, I was struggling with injuries and had to get a knee surgery to repair my meniscus. After two months of recovery, I wasn’t able to get fully ready for the World Championships, and so I ended up 4th in Overall. The start of 2014 was much better. I made finals at Moomba Masters and was excited to slalom at the US Masters. Unfortunately, I injured my ankle during a practice session, so I wasn’t able to compete in Overall for the rest of the year. However, I was able to place third in slalom at the Europeans right before I underwent an ankle surgery.

At the beginning of the 2015, I decided not to attend the Moomba Masters and rather focus on getting fully back to skiing. This hard work paid off as I was able to improve my PB in jump as well as tricks during the year. At the end of the year, I won the European as well as the World Overall title, and now I am in a full swing for 2016.




Swiss Pro Am – 3rd Slalom | European Championship – 2nd Overall | US Open Slalom Champion


World Overall Champion | World Championship – 2nd Tricks | European Overall Champion | European Championship – 3rd Slalom | EAME  Skier of the Year | IWWF Skier of the Year


Australian Open – 3rd Slalom | European Championship – 3rd Slalom


Unapproved European Overall Record | Indonesia World Cup – 3rd Tricks | Moomba Masters Overall Champion | Moomba Masters – 2nd Slalom | World Cup Tour – 2nd Tricks


European Overall Champion


EAME  Skier of the Year | European Overall Champion | European Slalom Champion | World Overall Champion | Moomba Masters Overall Champion


Global Invitational – 3rd Slalom | Moomba Masters Trick Champion | Moomba Masters Overall Champion | European Championship – 2nd Overall


World Championship – 2nd Overall | EAME Skier of the Year | Collegiate Skier of the Year | Collegiate Trick and Overall Champion | European Overall Champion | European Championship – 3rd Slalom






Adam Sedlmajer claims U.S. Open Men’s slalom title

As a two-time world overall champion, Team GOODE’s Adam Sedlmajer is best known for his three-event prowess.  But after last weekend, he’s now also known for something else: being the 2016 U.S. Open Men’s Slalom champion. The seventh seed heading into the finals, Adam put the pressure on the higher-seeded skiers with a huge score […]

Best of 2015

The year 2015 was one of the best ones for me yet. I have to admit, it felt great to be back skiing pain free. First time in three years when I stayed relatively injury free for the whole year! A lot has happened, so I bring to you a little recap of what Sledgehammer […]

Adam Sedlmajer and Alex Lauretano sign with Centurion Boats

(Merced, CA) – Centurion Boats welcomes World Champion and European Overall Record Holder 3-Event Water Skier Adam Sedlmajer to the Factory Pro Team. Prided on maintaining a team of skilled, passionate, character forward athletes; Centurion Boats was ecstatic to add a high caliber individual like Adam Sedlmajer to their distinguished group of factory pros. Adam has a true love for 3-event […]




My coaching career started when I was spending my summers as an instructor at the Cory Pickos Ski School. Throughout the years, I have been able to apply my own approach and help skiers of all levels to achieve their goals. As one of the top overall skiers in the World and former World Champion, I’ve learned to refine my craft in all events and I am always excited to pass my knowledge along to my students and watch them take their skiing to the next level. I live in Orlando, FL where I live and train with top women overall skier, Alex Lauretano. Training is available at our site in Orlando, or I can travel to your location upon request.

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