A highlight programme of the Championships will be telecast on Malaysia’s TV2 on:
Sat 22 October 2011 at 5.30pm Malaysian Time
see attached trailers waterski-promo.wmv
It was a bright but still overcast morning as the skiers converged on the Kelab Tasik (Lake Club), Putrajaya, Malaysia, for the final day of competition in the 2011 Nautique IWWF Asian Waterski & Wakeboard Championships. It was not long however before the sun broke through adding a sparkle to the shimmering waters beneath the […]
It was the Under 17’s who started day 4, Saturday 8th October 2011 with the Asian Junior Girls Slalom Finals first on the water. From those starting at 46kph it was Nasir Nadiah (MAS) who led before Singapore’s Kalya Kee rounded five buoys at 55kph to clinch gold.
In the Under 17’s Boys Slalom Guruh Dwi […]
Titled sponsors Nautique hosted a dinner for Asian federation representatives and officials attending the Championships, seen here are Hanifah Yoong, Bill Yeargin of Nautique, Paul Fong and Kuno Ritschard.
The sun was out, the sky was blue with barely a cloud to spoil the view, when the Asian Open Women Jump Preliminaries got underway at 0800 on Friday 7th October 2011.
Conditions were ideal for first jumper Hiroko Komori (JPN) who cleared 29.4m. There was much anticipation when the penultimate jumper Saaya Hirosawa cut for the […]
It was again an overcast morning when the first skier took to the water in the open ladies slalom preliminary round. However it was not long before patches of blue sky appeared and the sun broke through.
Second off the dock having rounded six buoys at 55kph, Malaysia’s Phillipa Yoong was the first to shorten the […]
The 2011 Nautique IWWF Asian Waterski & Wakeboard Championships commenced today, the 5th of October 2011, at Kelab Tasik (Lake Club) Putrajaya, Malaysia. “A perfect venue,” commented Hanifah Yinfah, event director, “surrounded by the iconic buildings of the Putra Mosque, the Prime Minister’s Offices and the Sultan’s Palace, making a magnificent backdrop for the Asian Championships.”