Yearly Archives: 2004


Waterski & Wakeboard 2004 World Cup Champions Announced

AUSTRALIA AND USA TAKE WORLD TITLES 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 [...]

By | December 17th, 2004|Press|0 Comments

Qatar Ready For Spectacular Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup Final

The waiting is over. It has been a long journey across Europe, Russia, Asia and the Arabian Gulf. 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. Depending on local weather conditions, the [...]

By | December 8th, 2004|Press|0 Comments

Qatar Chosen For 2004 Finals of Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup

It has been an epic and thrilling journey. The 2004 Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup circumnavigation included Stops in France, Russia, Great Britain, China and Singapore. Up to 32,000 spectators turned out in force at individual Stops. The stage is now set for a spectacular conclusion on the sun drenched shores of the Arabian Gulf [...]

By | December 1st, 2004|Press|0 Comments

Singapore Opens Downtown Reservoir For HSBC Wakeboard World Cup Sto

The 2004 Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup has so far successfully completed Stops in Paris, Moscow / Dubna, London, Shanghai / Changshu, - and now Singapore. Only Doha in Qatar remains in early December. This HSBC Wakeboard Singapore Stop was historic. In bringing Wakeboard and Waterskiing to high population downtown venues, the International Waterski Federation [...]

By | November 4th, 2004|Press|0 Comments

Singapore Sets Enlightened Precedent For New 2004 Wakeboard World Cup Venue

Finding suitable downtown locations for the six 2004 Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup Stops has been an absolute priority for the International Waterski Federation. Bringing the excitement to the audience has been the key focus and underpins the success of the event this year. On October 30/31, 40 of the Worlds best Wakeboard Riders will [...]

By | October 25th, 2004|Press|0 Comments

Major Sponsor HSBC Announced For Singapore Wakeboard World Cup

As we now approach the closing stages of the 2004 Wakeboard World Cup organized by the International Waterski Federation, final preparations are being made at the magnificent downtown site in Singapore. This Wakeboard World Cup Stop will take place there on October 30 / 31. HSBC, recently nominated the Global Bank of the Year 2004 [...]

By | October 20th, 2004|Press|0 Comments

USA Team Champions at Biggest Ever Wakeboard World Championships

Sunny Seville in southern Spain witnessed the biggest ever World Wakeboard Championships organized by the World Wakeboard Council of the International Waterski Federation this weekend. In the build up on Thursday and Friday, the Qualifying Rounds saw the powerful 8.1 Litre MasterCraft X Star competition boat successfully complete a staggering total of 214 Rider performances [...]

By | October 18th, 2004|Press|0 Comments

IWSF Wakeboard World Championships Sees Increase in Competitors

This has been a real roller coaster year for the sports of Wakeboard and Waterskiing. The launch of the Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup has taken the best athletes to France, Russia, Great Britain and China. Next to come are Singapore, USA and Qatar. Enormous crowds have witnessed the battle for the prestigious World Cup [...]

By | October 13th, 2004|Press|0 Comments

Tenacity Proves A Winner For Waterski World Cup China Stop

Following successful Stops of the Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup in France, Russia, and Great Britain, it was now time for China’s first Stop in Changshu – a short drive from last weekend’s Shanghai Formula 1 Grand Prix site. Athletes from 15 countries arrived on 31 Flights to continue their battle for a slice of [...]

By | October 5th, 2004|Press|0 Comments