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15 April 2022

Friends of Tournament - Development Day

We are delighted that one of the British Tournament Water Skiing Development Days will take place at the Town Loch National Training Site this year!

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Georgina Hutchinson

2 December 2021

2021 Season – Podium Successes

Kicking off this seasons podium success was Aberdeen Waterski and Wakeboard Club member Tristan Fahey. Mid-June brought the RAF Waterski Championships at the Oxford Wakeboard and Waterski Club and an overall 3rd place finish for Tristian. Tristan got involved with the club based at Aboyne after being stationed at RAF Lossiemouth earlier this year. He was pleased with his overall position as well as his discipline finishes of 3rd in Jump, 4th in Trick, 7th in...

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Woodmill High School Waterrskiing

3 November 2021

Welcoming Woodmill High School To Town Loch

At Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland, we want to support and promote inclusion in all that we do. Over the course of the summer, we have been working with Disability Sport Fife and Woodmill High School to engage a group of young people with learning disabilities who were interested in taking up waterskiing or wakeboarding. On their first visit to the Town Loch National Training Site, the group came for a look around the centre, to watch some others taking part and...

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Waterskiing & Wakeboarding

12 October 2021

Competitions Wrap Up The 2021 Season

The 2nd half of September brought an action-packed few weeks of waterski and wakeboard competition around Scotland. Kyle Waterski and Wakeboard Club kicked off the action on the 19th of September with skiers from around the country making the trip to Kilbirnie Loch for a Backyard style slalom competition. The competition was organised over two rounds with participants being awarded a point per buoy and a point for each gate, giving...

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Chief Operating Officer Calum Reid

7 September 2021

A Message From The New Chief Operating Officer

As you may know, earlier this year, Carole Cooney moved on from the role of Chief Operating Officer (COO) to fulfil a career ambition she has had since she was a young graduate. Carole remains involved having stepped onto the board as an independent director. Over the summer the board, in partnership with sportscotland, carried out a process of recruitment for a new COO and I am delighted to have joined Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland...

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