Bojan Schipner

GER   |  30yrs   |



Current Age:
Place of Birth:
Neustrelitz, , DEU
Feldberg, , DEU
Currently Reside:
Clermont, FL, USA
1.88 m / 6'2" ft
91 kg / 200 lbs
Krista Schipner

Skiing Background

Started Skiing:
1 yrs
Who Got Me into Skiing:
My Ski Site(s):
Jack Travers Tournament Skiing
My Coaches:
Krista Schipner, Toralph Schipner
Started Competing:
7 yrs
Strongest Discipline:
My Waterski Idol:
Andy Mapple
My Waterski Goal:


SL Practice P.B:
2@10.25m - 58kph
TR Practice P.B:
JP Practice P.B:
;) meters
SL Tournament P.B:
4@10.75m - 58kph
TR Tournament P.B:
6600 points
JP Tournament P.B:
236 Feet meters
1st Tournament:
1st Tourny I Won:

Ski Equipment

Slalom Ski & Bindings:
Connelly GT
Trick Ski & Bindings:
Jump Skis & Bindings:
Goodman Skis
Favorite Boat:

Fun Facts

Favorite Ski Song:
Worst Ski Injury:
Favorite Food:
Cross Training Activity:

Career Highlights

Pro Titles:
World Titles:
International Titles:
Regional Titles:
National Titles:
Other Highlights:

My Story

Born in Germany and raised in a small town called Feldberg, Bojan started waterskiing at 1 year old. His waterski-addicted family supported him in his early years with a lot of encouragement and time on the water. Bojan began to compete at 7 years old and not long after, won his first title at the age of 13. He kept up with school while traveling around Europe for tournaments and graduated in 2008 from the Sports Gymnasium. Life lead Bojan to the German Army where he became a soldier in the Sports Foundation and graduated as lance corporal. During his time in the army, he was able to improve his skills physically on and off the water and was afforded more time over-seas for training. Bojan went on to receive a degree in personal fitness and nutrition with plans to grow his coaching business but relocated to the United States in late 2013. In early 2014 his skiing career took off as he set the European jump record of 236 feet and earned himself a sport on the podium at every event that season. In January 2016 Bojan made the decision to further his career in the fitness industry as a strength and conditioning coach at Encompass Performance and Rehab in Central Florida while maintaining his world-class status as a jumper. 2016 is primed to be the best season yet, with Bojan winning the first major event of the year in Australia and jumping within inches of the course record.

Tournament Scores

(This is in Beta and should display all your Scores from IWWF sanctioned tournaments)
Slalom Trick Jump

Isles Invitational

Rnd.1 (OM) - 2.5@11.25m
Rnd.2 (OM) - 5@12m
Did not compete Did not compete

TraversGrand Prix

Rnd.1 (M2) - 2@11.25m
Rnd.3 (M2) - 2.5@11.25m
Did not compete Did not compete
  • Slalom
  • Trick
  • Jump