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Waterskiing - 07 Dec 2015 - Directory
IWWF announced in Switzerland today the appointment of a new Executive Director, Paul Fong from Singapore, commencing on March 1st 2016
Waterskiing - 19 Nov 2008
After another challenging and exciting 2008 season for the Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup Skiers and Riders, the International Water Ski Federation (IWSF) released the overall season points scores today.
Waterskiing - 17 Nov 2008 - Events
The venue for this last Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup Stop of the 2008 season was a man-made saltwater canal at the exclusive Doha Diplomatic Club in Qatar.
Waterskiing - 11 Nov 2008
Following the highly successful World Cup Stop in Putrajaya, Malaysia, last weekend, the worlds top professional Waterski and Wakeboard athletes are now heading for Doha on the sun-drenched coast of Qatar.
Waterskiing - 10 Nov 2008
At Putrajaya Malaysia for the 25th Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup Stop in the series, the exceptional on-site facilities guaranteed that this would be one of the greatest of all World Cup Stops to date.
Waterskiing - 04 Nov 2008
The Waterski and Wakeboard World Cup series is about to reach some significant milestones in the coming days as the International Water Ski Federation (IWSF) celebrates the 25th World Cup Stop in the exotic location of Putrajaya, Malaysia.
Waterskiing - 31 Oct 2008 - Events
On November 7/9, the International Water Ski Federation (IWSF) will celebrate the staging of its 25th Waterski World Cup Stop in a truly spectacular location near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Waterskiing - 17 Jul 2008 - Federations & NOCs
Next week, on July 24/26, the City of Dubna in Russia will have the distinction of hosting more World Cup Stops than any other on the international circuit today.
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