Whats does FFSNW stand for ?
It includes seven disciplines: Classic Water Skiing (Slalom, Jump and Figure), Wakeboard Cable and Wakeskate Bateau, Barefoot (Slalom, Jump and Figure), Speed Race, Para-Ski Nautique and Para-Ski Wakeboard and finally the Babyski.
Today, the FFSNW has more than 10,000 members in 150 clubs in all disciplines.
It has several missions which aim at promoting the practice of the sport, the athletes and the structures:
2021 : Objectives and Ambitions of the FFSNW
This year 2021 is synonymous with hope for the French Federation of Water Ski and Wakeboard which should inaugurate at the end of the summer its new National Technical Center in Choisy-le-Roi. Currently under construction, this center will include the offices of the Federation and a water ski lift already in place. A great turning point for the development of the FFSNW and associated sports.
Maybe soon a French Championship will be organized? To be continued in the years to come!
The events of the year 2021
First, we had the right to the digital version of the Boat Show: the Virtual Nautic last March. The FFSNW as well as Spotyride were present!
The FFSNW takes care of its practitioners encouraging a responsible and careful practice of the sport. In particular, it has set up the Pass'port Glisse and accompanies the structures on the safety rules.
Because safety in sport is paramount. The FFSNW has set up safety rules to be followed by the structures as well as by the participants. In particular through posters displayed in the structures and more generally through the "Federal Recommendations" which the State control bodies and the communities can rely on for the controls on sites.
Where to ride ?
Whether you prefer Wakeboarding or Waterskiing,
a multitude of affiliated structures can be found on Spotyride.
Find the 6 spots recommended by our team:
1 - Ski Club de la Péniche / Toulouse (FR)