Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland is pleased to announce the appointment of Emma Kane as Development Officer for Scotland. A sporting enthusiast, Emma particularly enjoys wakeboarding, snowboarding and mountaineering. Emma has a degree in International Business Management and in her study of small business development analysed the...

We are delighted to share the news that Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland athletes Georgina Hutchison and Orla Winn have been awarded grants from the Robertson Trust in the SportsAid Scotland 2019 Awards. Georgina, a tournament water skier and Orla, a wakeboarder both compete at national...

Steve Clayton It is with great sadness that we have to report that Steve Clayton, one of our past Chairmen passed from this life on November 2nd 2018 after a long battle with his illness. Campbell Cavana and Alan Murray both attended the funeral on Friday...

The following document from sportscotland outlines our commitment to Women in Sport and is well worth a read. As the governing body for waterski and wakeboarding in Scotland we are always looking for new ways to support women's participation - if you have any ideas...

We are thrilled to announce that Alan Murray, Chief Operating Officer for Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland, has been awarded as an Honorary Member of British Water Ski and Wakeboard (BWSW). The annual award is presented by BWSW to individuals, who through their achievements, dedication and long-term...

12 year old Max Rae has become the first person in the country (if not the world) to play the bagpipes while wakesurfing at the same time. Scottish based Max fulfilled his ambition to combine two of his hobbies during a recent visit to LBD...

Vacancy: Waterski & Wakeboard Coach Company: Scottish Waterski Association Limited – t/a Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland - National Training Site Dunfermline Salary: Competitive Seasonal & Full Time Packages As part of a close enthusiastic team, working outside is a great way to spend your time at...