About Wake Canada
Wake Canada is the non-profit, rider-driven, national wake sports governing body dedicated to advancing the growth and progression of Wakeboard • Wakeskate • Wake Park • Wakesurf.
Wake Canada operates in a strategic “towed watersports” partnership with Water Ski & Wakeboard Canada working in conjunction with affiliated provincial sports organizations as well as the WWA (World Wake Sports Association) and the IWWF (International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation).
Wake Canada operates Canada’s wake sports National Team program and four annual National Championships.
1. Nautique Boat Wakeboard & Wakeskate National Championship
2. Nautique Boat Wakesurf National Championship
3. Full Cable Wake Park National Championship
4. Straightline Cable Wake Park National Championship
The Wake Canada is guided by a volunteer Committee of distinguished and passionate wake sports enthusiasts, coaches, athletes and stakeholders who are committed to advancing the growth and progression of wake sports in Canada for riders by riders.
Steve Jarrett – Co-Chair
Sean Fleming – Co-Chair
Mike Lieffers – National Team Coach
Jay Poole – National Development Team Coach
Wake Canada / WSWC Administration
WSWC Chief Executive Officer
613.526.0685 Ext 110
• British Columbia
– Rick Smith, WSWBC Wakeboard Director
• Alberta – Jeff Blanchard, WSWA Wakeboard Director
• Saskatchewan –
• Manitoba –
• Quebec –
“To grow wake sports and to develop and support its participants through organization, standardization and innovation while remaining true to our culture.”
“A fun-focused, family friendly group activity that promotes a lifestyle of freedom, individuality and creativity.”
“To be the respected leader of wake sports* in Canada.” *Wake sports include: wakeboard, wakeskate, cable wake park and wakesurf.
Membership in Wake Canada
Membership in Wake Canada is organized through membership in your provincial wake sports association.