Over the past few years Stuart England ( Meteor ) took on a Labour of Love Project, plotting our Federation History from its Birth to present Day. Stuart canvassed far and wide and has put together what can only be described as an outstanding record of our Sport and the people who made it what it is today.
At the 2020 AGM Stuart gave a presentation to the Meeting and later that evening, surrounded by guests from the early days to the present day, he expanded his presentation to an enthrawled crowd.
What you see below is the end result to date, History is ever evovling and will be added to as we go forward into the future.
On behalf of The Federation I would like to thank Stuart publicly and invite you all to read this Fantastic Journey in time.
Paul Carroll, President IrWWF
A Short Note on the Content of the different sections below, this Irish waterski history has been compiled from a variety of sources and from the most accurate facts available. If you spot any errors, obvious omissions or have anything which would add to the history, then please do contact the Irish Waterski and Wakeboard Federation, so that corrections and up-dates can be made
100 years of waterskiing - The Early Years Updated.pdf
National Wakeboard Champions - Copy.pdf
Contributions and achievements - Copy.pdf
Ladies' Tournament Waterski Records - Copy.pdf
Men's Tournament Waterski Records - Copy.pdf
National Tournament Waterski Champions.pdf
Presidents and Chair Persons.pdf
Over the past few years, Stuart England took on a Labour of Love Project, plotting our Federation History from its Birth to the present day. Stuart canvassed far and wide and has put together what can only be described as an outstanding record of our Sport and the people who made it what it is today...
History - content from the past
Jim Neilly reports on the Irish National Waterskiing Championship; interview with Mark Maguire: Click here ...