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Waterskiing - 23 Jul 2007
The International Waterski Federation (IWSF) has just released details of the 2007 Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup series.
Waterskiing - 15 Feb 2007
The International Water Ski Federation (IWSF) announced today a long-term partnership with World Championship Sports Network (WCSN) to deliver comprehensive coverage of major championship events worldwide to fans via the company’s broadband service, in the USA and Canada on the WCSN TV, and on its syndicated television show.
Waterskiing - 22 Jan 2007
The FISU Executive Committee met in Torino, Italy last week, announced that the 2008 World University Water Ski Championships will be held in Beijing, China.
Waterskiing - 18 Oct 2006
Since 2004, the Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series has completed 17 successful Stops around the World, paid out US$1.8 million in cash prizes, completed 34 TV Shows and News Edits and issued over one million Press Releases to 192 countries.
Waterskiing - 02 Oct 2006
This final Stop of the Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series, supported by the Singapore Sports Council, had it all – hot sunshine, 16,500 spectators, perfect water conditions, outstanding performances and a fair share of drama.
Waterskiing - 27 Sep 2006
Following the drama and excitement of this year’s World Cup Stops in France, Qatar, Northern Ireland, China and Russia, the final points battle will take place this weekend on the crystal clear waters of Bedok Reservoir in downtown Singapore.
Waterskiing - 19 Sep 2006
Sponsored By HSBC, The Final Stop Of The 2006 Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup Series Returns To Singapore At The End Of September
Waterskiing - 23 Aug 2006
Under the direction of the International Water Ski Federation, the concept of organizing a series of Waterski and Wakeboard Master Classes for the very young at each World Cup Stop began in France three years ago.
Waterskiing - 17 Aug 2006
The Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup Series comprises the disciplines of both Waterski and Wakeboard. Last weekend saw the final Stop in the global tour for the Waterskiers in Enniskillen in Northern Ireland.
Waterskiing - 16 Aug 2006
The town of Enniskillen in Northern Ireland really took this Stop of the World Cup series to heart providing a totally new level of competition technology in partnership with the Irish Waterski Federation and MasterCraft.
Waterskiing - 09 Aug 2006
With the highest ranked Waterskiers in the World now heading for Enniskillen in Northern Ireland on August 12th / 13th, the World Cup Organisers today unveiled a unique wave barrier system to provide the best water conditions for the athletes.
Waterskiing - 07 Aug 2006
Following Russia’s thrilling Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup Stop in Dubna, the highest ranked Waterskiers in the World are now heading for Enniskillen in Northern Ireland on August 12th / 13th.
Waterskiing - 01 Aug 2006
Major anniversary celebrations, fireworks displays, floating stages for musical entertainment, Rock Concerts, live national TV coverage on NTV, 28,000 spectators on site and some great Waterski performances at the Dubna Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup Stop!
Waterskiing - 26 Jul 2006
Only the top ranked Waterski athletes of the International Water Ski Federation (IWSF) qualify for this next Stop of the Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup series on July 29th/30th.
Waterskiing - 21 Jul 2006
Since 2004, Russia’s Dubna Stop has been one of the most spectacular of the entire Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series.
Waterskiing - 26 Jun 2006
Fifty top ranked athletes from seventeen countries qualified for this World Cup Stop at the spectacular Foban-Emin Water Ski Club located just forty minutes north of the Olympic City of Beijing in China.
Waterskiing - 22 Jun 2006
Practice day today began early as the World Cup stars arrived at Beijing’s Foban Emin Water Ski Club for the next stage of this US$780,000 World Cup season challenge.
Waterskiing - 21 Jun 2006
Following glorious weather conditions in France on Sunday, record numbers of spectators and outstanding performances, the athletes and officials now head for next weekend’s World Cup Stop at the Foban Emin Water Ski Club just 40km  from Beijing’s Forbidden City.
Waterskiing - 19 Jun 2006
In 29C sunshine beneath the Casino Barriere, the World Cup Qualifying Heats got off to a perfect start with 15,000 spectators on site for the opening day on Saturday enjoying the calm conditions.
Waterskiing - 15 Jun 2006
Phillippe Sueur, Mayor of Enghiens-les-Bains and Francois Lemann, President of the French Water Ski Federation, today extended a warm welcome to all the athletes from twelve countries as they began to arrive via Paris for this weekend’s World Cup Stop.
Waterskiing - 14 Jun 2006
This third season for the Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series is completely booked out with the world's top ranked athletes.
Waterskiing - 24 Apr 2006
With a calendar of seven Stops around the globe in 2006, this year’s first Stop of the Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series organized by the International Waterski Federation (IWSF) took place in Doha, Qatar. The season’s Cash Prize of US$780,000 is the largest to date.
Waterskiing - 13 Apr 2006
With the arrival of the first Stop of the 2006 Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup in Doha, Qatar, next week, the main sponsors, Qatar Marine Sport Federation, Aspire and MasterCraft, are taking trend setting steps to maximize the impact in the region.
Waterskiing - 05 Apr 2006
The first Stop of the 2006 Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series kicks off in Doha on April 21/22.
Waterskiing - 02 Dec 2005
Full details of the 2006 calendar of events for the well established Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series were released today in Switzerland by Kuno Ritschard, President of the International Waterski Federation.
Waterskiing - 03 Nov 2005
The 2005 Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup series concluded with the successful HSBC Wakeboard World Cup Stop in Singapore
Waterskiing - 25 Oct 2005
The last Stop of the IWSF 2005 Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series finished with perfect weather, hot sunshine, outstanding performances plus 17,000 cheering spectators at Bedok Reservoir in the city of Singapore.
Waterskiing - 18 Oct 2005
One of the most successful Stops of the entire 2004 Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series took place on the Bedok Reservoir in Singapore one year ago. HSBC, the world’s local bank, will again be the title sponsor of the Wakeboard World Cup Stop in Singapore next weekend on October 22/23
Waterskiing - 04 Oct 2005
The International Waterski Federation has announced details of the 2005 Waterski World Cup Champions for this year’s Series.
Waterskiing - 27 Sep 2005
The riverside 12th century mediaeval Enniskillen Castle in Northern Ireland witnessed a spectacular final conclusion to the 2005 Waterski World Cup series of the International Waterski Federation.
Waterskiing - 08 Sep 2005
The 2005 Wakeboard World Championships, plus the Moscow Wakeboard World Cup Stop, delivered yet another major attraction for the 10 million citizens of Moscow. This City already features a staggering 2,599 Gymnasiums, 202 Swimming Pools, 93 Theatres, 89 Cinemas, 36 Stadiums and 17 Concert Halls.
Waterskiing - 30 Aug 2005
For the World’s best Wakeboarders, Moscow will be the centre of the Universe next weekend !  A unique double-header programme will take place there from September 2nd – 4th.
Waterskiing - 25 Aug 2005
Four days of very competitive Preliminary Rounds, glorious sunshine, live TV coverage with 20 cameras on site and first class facilities, all set a perfect stage for the 2005 Finals of the Vanke Waterski World Championships at Dongli Lake in Tianjin, China.
Waterskiing - 16 Aug 2005
A spectacular opening ceremony to the Vanke Waterski World Championships in Tianjin, China was broadcast by CCTV providing live coverage for 800 million viewers.
Waterskiing - 11 Aug 2005
The bi-annual Waterski World Championships have already caught the attention of Waterskiers in 92 countries affiliated to the International Water Ski Federation  - and they don’t even start till August 15th in Tianjin, China! With over 30 million active Waterskiers in the World today, there is a major battle on the horizon.
Waterskiing - 10 Aug 2005
Major Property Developer, Vanke, will sponsor the 2005 Vanke Waterski World Championships scheduled to take place from August 15th – 21st in China.
Waterskiing - 02 Aug 2005
The first 2005 Waterski Stop of the World Cup series cames to Dubna, Russia where over 25,000 spectators watched skiers from the USA takes three titles.
Waterskiing - 25 Jul 2005
The world of waterskiing switches its attention this weekend to Dubna, north of Moscow, where the very best waterski talent from 14 countries will chase a portion of the season’s US$500,000 cash prize fund.
Waterskiing - 13 Jul 2005
Last year in July, the City of Dubna north of Moscow in Russia, created a perfect stage for the best Waterski athletes in the World. On July 30/31 next, Dubna will again pull out all the stops to deliver an even greater World Cup Stop for the International Waterski Federation.
Waterskiing - 20 Jun 2005
Scorching sunshine, great water conditions, dazzling laser and fireworks displays, combined with the talents of some of the world’s best Wakeboard Riders from thirteen countries, gave the World Cup a perfect start.
Waterskiing - 16 Jun 2005
the World Wakeboard Council (WWC) of the IWSF is pleased to announce the start of the 2005 Wakeboard World Cup series with a total cash prize fund of US$230,000.
Waterskiing - 13 Jun 2005
Twenty eight Wakeboard Riders from twelve countries will head for the perfect spa waters of Enghien-les-Bain June 18/19 for the first Stop of the 2005 Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup
Waterskiing - 13 Jun 2005
Following the successful 2004 global tour a cash Prize fund of half a million dollars will add to the challenge in 2005 Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup.
Waterskiing - 27 Jan 2005
With over 30 million participants and 52,000 competitors in 92 countries around the World, rising to the top of such a group is a daunting test of skill and dedication. However, those gifted few who succeed against such odds truly deserve the spotlight as we prepare for another new season on the water.
Waterskiing - 17 Dec 2004
From the very start, the challenge undertaken by the International Waterski Federation was enormous. The prime objectives of bringing the World’s best Waterski and Wakeboard athletes to highly populated downtown locations and increasing the level of World-wide Media awareness, were never going to be easy. The final Stop of the World Cup in the exotic location of Doha in Qatar last weekend brought this inaugural global adventure finally to an end for 2004.
Waterskiing - 17 Dec 2004
From the very start, the challenge undertaken by the International Waterski Federation was enormous. The prime objectives of bringing the World’s best Waterski and Wakeboard athletes to highly populated downtown locations and increasing the level of World-wide Media awareness, were never going to be easy. The final Stop of the World Cup in the exotic location of Doha in Qatar last weekend brought this inaugural global adventure finally to an end for 2004.
Waterskiing - 13 Dec 2004
This was the last Stop of a hectic global tour for the World’s best Waterskiers and Wakeboard Riders. Following the start of the ambitious adventure which began in France six months ago, the battle for World Cup titles continued through Russia, Great Britain, China, Singapore and now Doha on the Arabian Gulf in Qatar.
Waterskiing - 08 Dec 2004
The World’s best Waterski and Wakeboard athletes from eleven countries are now preparing in Doha, Qatar, for the hectic schedule which will decide who will become the 2004 World Cup champions.
Waterskiing - 08 Dec 2004
The World’s best Waterski and Wakeboard athletes from eleven countries are now preparing in Doha, Qatar, for the hectic schedule which will decide who will become the 2004 World Cup champions.
Waterskiing - 01 Dec 2004
The 2004 Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup is now set for a spectacular conclusion on the sun drenched shores of the Arabian Gulf in the oil and gas rich country of Qatar. The December 10/12 event will present the much awaited final battle for the 2004 World Cup titles in Slalom, Tricks, Jump and Wakeboard.
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