Foxlake coach Nick Galloway has been named as BWSW Coach Of The Year 2016. Nick was selected from over 100 applicants and becomes the first cable wakeboard coach to win the award, presented since 2004. Moreover, he is the very first recipient of the brand new...

Sunday 14th May saw the first event of the inaugural Scottish Wake Series take place at the National Training Site, Dunfermline. Spectators and competitors were treated to a day of fantastic weather and even better riding across all competition categories. Massive congratulations to everyone who...

Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland are thrilled to announce the first ever Scottish Wake Series for the 2017 season. The series incorporates three well-established competitions in the Scottish wakeboard calendar and sees the creation of a brand new competition at the National Training Site, Dunfermline. The...

Welcome to the new online home for Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland, the national governing body for waterskiing and wakeboarding in Scotland. Our website has been completely redesigned thanks to Cardigan Creative, and we are sure that it will provide a more engaging user experience for visitors. Within the website...

Scottish Disability Sport (SDS) and Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland (WWS) have collaborated to produce a video highlighting the inclusive coaching practice that exists in Scotland. The video takes the form of a case study of WWS athlete Carter Taylor, 20. Carter was first exposed to the...

Tuesday 23rd August 2016 saw the official opening of Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland’s £180,000 refurbishment of the National Training Site (NTS) at Town Loch, Townhill in Dunfermline. Developed in partnership with sportscotland through the Legacy 2014 Active Places Fund, the site – just a 5-minute...