Water Ski and Wakeboard Saskatchewan


The 2015 Water Sport Season is up and running.  Check out what’s happening around Saskatchewan.

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WSWSask Official Annual General Meeting Announcement

The Board of Directors of Water Ski and Wakeboard Saskatchewan would like to extend a formal invitation for you to attend the…

2016 Annual General Meeting
March 20th, 2016 at 2PM

510 Cynthia Street, Room 140

Bylaw amendments will be electronically distributed February 19th, 2016.

The formal AGM package, including Agenda, Annual Report, and Board/Club Reports by March 4, 2016.

Traveling Clinic Coach Wanted

If you love being outside and teaching basic water ski and wakeboard skills to people of all ages and abilities, then please consider applying for this great summer job. Coach Ad

Nominations now being accepted for 2015 WSWSask Awards

It’s time to look back at 2015 and nominate your fellow club members for some of these great awards. Nominations are due not later than January 31, 2016, and awards will be given at the March 20th AGM. WSWSask Nomination Form

WSWC Awards

Congratulations to Ashley Leugner (Wakeboard Female Athlete of the Year) and Ashley Baerg (Adaptive Top Athlete of the Year).

Ashley Baerg Awarded Pan Am Disabled Athlete of the Year

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada is pleased to announce that Adaptive National Team Athlete Ashley Baerg has been awarded the Pan Am Disabled Athlete of the Year award (Female). Ashley posted and impressive 1st in Jump, 1st in Trick and 3rd in Slalom at the 2015 World Championships this September at Shortline Lake (Elk Grove, California). Her outstanding performance secured her a 1st Overall finish at the event. Since joining the National Team program in 2013, Ashley has embraced an attitude of dedication, hard work and focus. The results speak for themselves. Congratulations Ashley!

Concussion Workshops

My name is Ashley Leugner and I am the most decorated Canadian female athlete in wakeboarding, but at what cost. Some would say I have experienced too many concussions during my athletic career as a competitive wakeboard athlete. The largest problem with concussion management is the lack of education in regards to concussion prevention, symptoms, and recovery. I have been speaking with Complete Concussion Management representatives in Regina that are willing to give a free clinic to our coaches, athletes and parents in 3 separate relative sessions in regards to roles or one all together.   We may also do this in collaboration with a local hockey association or soccer association. The session for any role will be no longer than 2 hours. If you are interested in attending the session as either a coach, athlete or parent please email me ashleyleugner@gmail.com including your role “coach” “athlete” or “parent” including your full name and contact information.  If there is interest is the Saskatoon region I can also set up sessions in that area. Right now all I am looking for is interest.  Please respond as soon as you can. Thank you Ashley

Become an Official

We are looking for officials for the upcoming 2015 and 2016 seasons.  If you are interested, please contact our office at wswsask@gmail.com Sask Sport Officials Video

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