Australian Water Ski and Wakeboard Federation

Australian Water Ski and Wakeboard Federation provides sporting opportunities for people of all ages and including those with disabilities.

Athletes can compete in their own category, and/or against able-bodied athletes, as does visually impaired athlete Kevin Murfitt, who is one of the best able and disabled competitors in the country!

Although most skiers who have a disability ski in mainstream three-event (i.e. slalom, trick, and jump) tournaments including State and National Titles, the Ski-Able Division has members in most Australian States and runs "Have A Ski Days"especially for people who have a disability. Coaching and advice on adaptive equipment is available.

The AWWF sends a National team to the World disabled Water-Skiing Championships that are held every two years. People who have a range of disabilities including blindness and vision impairment, arm/leg amputees, paraplegia, and quadriplegia can enjoy water-skiing.


❊ Address & Contact ❊


Australian Water Ski and Wakeboard Federation⊜ www.awwf.com.au Melbourne | Map
www.awwf.com.auMelbourne
02 6247 2497

❊ Web Links ❊


Australian Water Ski and Wakeboard Federation 

Australian Water Ski and Wakeboard Federation

International Water Ski Federation




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