- The IWWF
- Presidents Past and Present
- Our Mission
- The People
- Towed Watersports
- Richard Armstrong memorial Trophy
The Irish Waterski and Wakeboard Federation is a 32 county National Governing Body for all types of Towed Watersports, including Waterskiing, Wakeboarding, Wakeskating and Kneeboarding on the island of Ireland.
The IWWF is run by a six person Committee of Volunteers who work on behalf of its members to promote the sport and to support its affiliated Clubs throughout the Island.The Federation is recognised by Sport Ireland and is affiliated to The International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation.The Irish Waterski and Wakeboard Federation is a limited company and has a Board of Directors who oversee and guide the Committee.
The Committee is made up of a President, Secretary, Treasurer, Waterski Official, Wakeboard Boat Official, Wakeboard Cable Official. The Committee meet regularly and is committed to ensuring the growth and spread of the various disciplines throughout the country.We currently have 13 affiliated Clubs from the top of Derry to Cork covering all disciplines.
The Irish Waterski and Wakeboard Federation is committed to Equal Opportunities, and has adopted a policy which enshrines this in our Codes of Governance:
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY POLICY
The Irish Waterski and Wakeboard Federation believes in Equal Opportunity and as such the Board and Committee will rigorously observe the principles and actively pursue the objectives set out in the discharge of their responsibilities so that this policy is fully implemented.
Our Mission is to promote, support and expand Towed Watersports on the Island of Ireland and to support our Athletes in competitions both Nationally and Internationally.