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World Cup Stop Number 33 Timetable Released for Skiers and Riders at Mandurah Western Australia on March 16/18

  It has been a fascinating adventure for all involved. This global Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series has taken the event through Europe, North Africa, Middle East, China, South East Asia and Australia. Included were Stops in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower, the Pyramids and the Great Wall. On March 16/18, Western Australia’s [...]

By | March 6th, 2012|Press|0 Comments

Battle of the Giants at Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup March 16/18 in Mandurah Western Australia

  The EYRES Action Sports Games, scheduled for March 16/18 in Mandurah, promises to be one of the most exciting World Cup challenges for some time. Apart from the anticipated 100,000 spectators on site, this 33rd Stop of the Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series has already received confirmed entries from every relevant current World [...]

By | February 22nd, 2012|Press|0 Comments

USA, Australia and Belarus Capture Linyi China World Cup Gold Medals in Jump and Wakeboard

With 22 Nations represented in this 32nd Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup Stop of the Series, this again attracted one of the largest numbers of spectators to date. The spectacular Linyi City purpose built World Cup Stadium on the downtown Yihe River bank in Shandong Province is an architectural masterpiece. The finishing touches were completed [...]

By | September 26th, 2011|Press|0 Comments

Outstanding Sarawak Borneo Wakeboard World Cup Stop Attracts An Estimated 100,000 Spectators In 33C Sunshine

  This 31st World Cup Stop of the International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (IWWF) was impressive by any standards. By combining efforts with the historic Sarawak Regatta in Kuching City which dates back to 1872, it attracted the largest audience ever seen in this successful World Cup Series. The Regatta involved a record 6,700 Paddlers [...]

By | September 19th, 2011|Press|0 Comments