IWWF Announces Major World Championships Official Tow Boat Agreement with MasterCraft

Following detailed discussions with boat manufacturers over the past six months, the International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (IWWF) has just announced a major six-year official tow-boat agreement with MasterCraft, the premium manufacturer of inboard wakeboard, waterski and luxury performance boats. This will cover the World Championships for Tournament, and Disabled Waterskiing, Wakeboard and the Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series.

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The experience gained with MasterCraft over the past six years in developing the Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series has greatly helped in the expansion of new markets around the world for the sport. This expertise will also play a crucial role in the management of future World Championships events.

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Kuno Ritschard, IWWF President, congratulated MasterCraft on their comprehensive official tow-boat bid success for these events. "We are indeed very fortunate to have such strong innovators as supporters of our sport".

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Ian Birdsall, MasterCraft's VP International Sales, stated "This six year agreement to partner the IWWF and MasterCraft in all world titled Wakeboard and Water Ski events is a tremendous opportunity to continue the growth of these sports Worldwide…”.

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While some dates for these future World Championships and World Cup events have already been confirmed, others will be announced shortly.

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To learn more, visit? IWSF.com






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