Yearly Archives: 2004


Russia Declares It’s Ready for Waterski World Cup

Thirty thousand spectators are expected to travel from Moscow, Tver, Dmitrov and Klin to the beautiful city of Dubna on July 24th / 25th. The attraction is the next Stop of the Waterski World Cup. The World’s highest ranked Waterski athletes from seventeen countries are listed. Included are the current World Champions – Freddy Krueger [...]

By | July 12th, 2004|Press|0 Comments

Global Exposure for International Waterski Federation

A significant policy change this year by the IWSF has brought the new Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup to highly populated downtown locations. Over 20,000 spectators watched the first Stop in France on June 19th/20th. Top Ranked Waterskiers from 17 Nations have now lined up for the next Stop in Dubna, Russia on July 24th [...]

By | July 9th, 2004|Press|0 Comments

Seventeen Nations Respond to World Cup 2004

With seven worldwide Stops scheduled for 200 4, the opening event of the Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup took off with a perfect start in France. Over 20,000 spectators packed the Enghien-les-Bains lakefront site just 12 km from Paris. In the shadow of the famous Enghien Casino, Mayor Philippe Sueur warmly welcomed the 28 Wakeboard [...]

By | June 28th, 2004|Press|0 Comments

Waterskiers from 17 Nations to Contest World Cup

With over thirty million Waterskiers in the World today, all eyes are now focused on the first two Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup Stops of the season in France and Russia. These will be followed by Stops in the UK, Singapore, China, USA, and Qatar. The first 2004 Wakeboard World Cup Stop is scheduled for [...]

By | June 15th, 2004|Press|0 Comments

International Waterski Federation Creates Novel Solution to Sponsor Problem

Even major sporting competitions such as the Olympic Games have had to search hard to locate capable and cash rich sponsors. There just never seems to be enough funders to satisfy the market. Even motor racing’s Formula 1 is battling with serious cost issues. Following eighteen months of extensive research and cold calling, the International [...]

By | June 10th, 2004|Press|0 Comments