Yearly Archives: 2005


Major 2006 Global Tour Plus $700,000 Cash Prize Announced For Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup Series

MAJOR 2006 GLOBAL TOUR PLUS $700,000 CASH PRIZE ANNOUNCED FOR WATERSKI & WAKEBOARD WORLD CUP SERIES 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. The World Cup series has brought the [...]

By | December 2nd, 2005|Press|0 Comments

USA And Great Britain Take Major 2005 Overall World Cup Wakeboard Titles

USA AND GREAT BRITAIN TAKE MAJOR 2005 OVERALL WORLD CUP WAKEBOARD TITLES The 2005 Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup series concluded with the successful HSBC Wakeboard World Cup Stop in Singapore. With world-wide Stops this year in Paris, Moscow, Dubna, Northern Ireland and Singapore, the International Waterski Federation  is already well advanced in preparing for [...]

By | November 3rd, 2005|Press|0 Comments

USA Wakeboard Riders Take Top Titles At HSBC World Cup Stop In Singapore

USA WAKEBOARD RIDERS TAKE TOP TITLES AT HSBC WORLD CUP STOP IN SINGAPORE 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. This was 5,000 spectators greater than last year. The [...]

By | October 25th, 2005|Press|0 Comments

Waterski World Cup 2005 Series Champions Announced

WATERSKI WORLD CUP 2005 SERIES CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCED The International Waterski Federation has announced details of the 2005 Waterski World Cup Champions for this year’s Series. At the end of this second full year of successful Stops around the World, the formula of staging each Stop in downtown locations has proved to be very popular. International [...]

By | October 4th, 2005|Press|0 Comments

World Champions And Enniskillen Castle Produce Quality Ending To Waterski World Cup 2005

WORLD CHAMPIONS AND ENNISKILLEN CASTLE PRODUCE QUALITY ENDING TO WATERSKI WORLD CUP 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. This venue had everything – a historic setting, a picturesque natural arena in a downtown [...]

By | September 27th, 2005|Press|0 Comments

Enniskillen To Host The Final 2005 Waterski World Cup Stop

ENNISKILLEN TO HOST THE FINAL 2005 WATERSKI WORLD CUP STOP  Lough Erne, in the west of Northern Ireland, is surrounded by some of Europe’s most uncongested waterways. This lakeside area contains 154 islands and is ideal for Sailing, Cruising, Canoeing and Fishing. Enniskillen, the island town in the centre, was originally the home of medieval [...]

By | September 14th, 2005|Press|0 Comments

Moscow Wakeboard Double Header Delivers Gold Medals For New Zealand, Canada And USA

MOSCOW WAKEBOARD DOUBLE HEADER DELIVERS GOLD MEDALS FOR NEW ZEALAND, CANADA AND USA 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 [...]

By | September 8th, 2005|Uncategorized|0 Comments

USA, France And Great Britain Dominate Team Scores At Spectacular Vanke Waterski World Championships In China

USA, FRANCE AND GREAT BRITAIN DOMINATE TEAM SCORES AT SPECTACULAR VANKE WATERSKI WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN CHINA 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 [...]

By | August 25th, 2005|Press|0 Comments

Spectacular Start To Vanke Waterski World Championships In Tianjin, China

SPECTACULAR START TO VANKE WATERSKI WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN TIANJIN, CHINA Most World Championships kick off with an Opening Ceremony. In China, this is done on a grand scale. With CCTV providing live coverage for 800 million viewers, over 300 people involved in the Ceremony coordination and display, the 142 visiting athletes from 28 countries witnessed [...]

By | August 16th, 2005|Press|0 Comments