Nominations are now open for any interested person to apply for the Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC) Sport Councils. WSWC recognizes the following five Sport Councils:
- Show Ski
- Wake Sports (Wakeboard, Wake Park, Wakesurf, Wakeskate)
- Water Ski
The Sport Councils of WSWC represent the stakeholders of each of the five identified sports. The role of the Sport Councils is to support and advance the growth and progression of their sports while staying true to their sport culture.
Developed in consultation with the Sport Councils, the Sport Council Terms of Reference, outlines the roles and responsibilities of the Sport Councils and provides an overarching framework for how the Sport Councils operate within WSWC, in an effort to increase transparency, accountability and engagement. A key component of implementation of the Sport Council Terms of Reference was the restructuring of the Sport Councils to include appointed and elected positions.
Based on this restructuring, the Sport Councils composition is as follows.
As per the Sport Council Terms of Reference, those eligible to vote for the Council elections will be those individuals (18 years of age and older) with a full individual or family membership type with their Provincial Sport Organization, who have identified the sport as their primary discipline.
Nominations are now open for any interested person to apply for the WSWC Sport Councils. Nominations will be accepted thru to October 18, 2020.
To learn more, please see:
Deadline for Nominations: October 18, 2020
For more information, please contact:
Jasmine Northcott, Chief Executive Officer
Toll Free 1-888-526-0685
Congratulations to Avery Colcleugh and Bradley Gibbons, recipients of the 2020 Manoo and Jean Gurjar Scholarship. The scholarship is given out each year to provide financial support to the skiing and educational pursuits of one male and one female Canadian water skier who best represent the ideals established in honour of Manoo Gurjar.
For more information about the Manoo Scholarship CLICK HERE
Congratulations Avery and Bradley!
Photos: David Crowder Photography
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Veuillez prendre note qu’il ne s’agissait pas des championnats nationaux de Ski nautique Canada. Les championnats nationaux de Ski nautique Canada 2020, originalement prévus à Shalom Park en août, ont été annulés en avril à cause de la pandémie. En espérant que la compétition reviendra à la normale en 2021, nous reprendrons les championnats nationaux alors. Demeurez à l’écoute pour plus de
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