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GREAT NEWS FOR WORLD CUP FUTURE STOPS

AGREEMENTS GUARANTEE SOME VERY EXCITING FUTURE WORLD CUP STOPS

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Our President, Kuno Ritschard and our good friend Hanifah Yoong Yin Fah, had a meeting recently in Malaysia with Y.Bhg. Tan Sri Dato Seri Aseh Bin Che Mat, President of PERBADANAN PUTRAJAYA. It was agreed that a Waterski World Cup Stop will take place at that magnificent Putrajaya site from 9-11 October 2015. The other great news is that the disciplines will include Slalom, Shortboard and Jump. We all remember the earlier fantastic World Cup Stops at this venue and the first class facilities and greatly look forward to our return.

President Kuno Ritschard also recently met Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Khalid Bin Ramli, the CEO of the Langkawi Development Authority to discuss a World Cup Stop on the Malaysian Island of Langkawi during the Water Festival in May 2015. Further details will be announced later.

With a total of 41 successful World Cup Stops already completed, we can only guess as to where we will celebrate our 50th !