2021 IWWF Asian Waterski & Wakesports Championships Bulletin No 1

19th April 2022

The Korea Waterski & Wakesports Association will host the 2022 IWWF Asian Waterski & Wakesports Championships in Chuncheon, South Korea from 8th to 13th August 2022.
The very best athletes from Asian countries will compete in this multi-discipline event in waterskiing, wakeboarding and wakesurfing.
Chuncheon has previously hosted the 2009 IWWF World Wakeboard Championships, 2010 IWWF Waterski& Wakeboard World Cup and 2012 IWWF Asia & Oceania Championships


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Thailand To Host 2019 Singha IWWF Asian Waterski & Wakesports Championships

20th June 2019

The Thai Extreme Sports Association (TESA) will host the 2019 Singha IWWF Asian Waterski & Wakesports Championships at TE Wake N Ski, Pathum Thani, Thailand, from 23rd to 29th September 2019 having hosted the Asian Beach Games in 2014 and 2015 IWWF Asian Championships.

Disciplines included will be Waterskiing (slalom, trick & jump – Open, Masters <40+> and Junior <17 & under>), Wakeboard (Open, Masters <30+> and Junior <14 & Under>) and Wakesurf (Open).

TE Wake N Ski, opened in 2004, is in its 15th year of operation.  There are 3 lakes plus a river location with 4 slalom courses, one ski jump, four ski boats, 2 wake boats. Located in both the Pathum Thani and Ayutthaya Province, one hour North of central Bangkok, TE Wake N Ski offers waterskiing, wakeboarding, wakesurfing and every other towed watersport.

Wakefest Singapore 2019 To Feature Cable Wakeboard & Wakeskate Disciplines

Wakefest SG 2019 LogoWakefest Singapore has traditionally been an exciting event with riders of all abilities competing in wakeboard boat and wakesurf disciplines.   The 2019 edition will be held at Singapore Wake Park and will feature cable wakeboard and wakeskate for the first time. There will be ability-based categories so riders of all levels are included and a SGD5,000.00 cash purse for the Open Category.  For more information, log into the official information page.

2019 South East Games to Include Cable Wakeboard


5th December 2018

The Southeast Asian Games Federation Council (SEAFC) has approved a total of 56 sports to be staged in the 2019 Manila South East Asian (SEA) Games. The 56 sports will be staged across four main venues – New Clark City Sports Complex, Subic, Manila and Tagaytay during the multisport competition that will run from 30th November to 10th December 2019.

Cable Wakeboard is one of the sports included and will be held at Deca Cable Park in Clark, Philippines where the 2012 IWWF World Cable Wakeboard Championships was held.

Waterski disciplines (slalom, trick & jump) and Wakeboard, behind the boat, were included in the 2011 SEA Games in Palembang, Indonesia,  2015 SEA Games in Singapore and 2017 SEA Games in Putrajaya, Malaysia.

IWWF Asia is hoping to convince the Organisers to include cableski medal disciplines.


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