Eight water skiers from the national centre at Town Loch in Townhill have enjoyed success at the British National Championships.

Three future stars of the water-skiing world - Ellie Morrison (15), Lorcan Morrison (12), and Cilean Morrison (10) - received medals after competing in the British Waterski Friends of Tournament Youth Festival.

Other winners at the championships, held at Oxford Wakeboard & Ski Club, included Oliver Jessop, who received a gold in the 35+ Men's Slalom; Chris Heron, who won a silver in the same event; Kevin Lochhead, who won a bronze in the 55+ Men's Slalom; and Matthew Mills picked up a silver in the 75+ Men's Slalom.

In addition, first-time competitor, Alisdair Roger, achieved his first-ever rankings score at a major event. 

Calum Reid, Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland COO, said: "It's exciting to see more of our members heading to major events like the British National Waterski Championships.

"This year, our participants ranged from 10 to 77 years old, proving that our sport is for all ages!"

Chris Heron, Head Coach of Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland's Town Loch National Training Site, added: "It's great to see Scottish athletes back on the podium in this amazing sport and the level of talent and participation in waterskiing across Great Britain growing.

“I hope we can build on our second year of success as some of us fly to France to compete in the IWWF 35+ European & Africa Championships, and we start to see more new faces participating in our sport in the months and years to come."

Town Loch is the National Training Site and home of Waterski & Wakeboard Scotland. Set within Townhill Country Park, it offers unrivalled facilities and is amongst the best in the UK. Classes at Town Loch are open to all ages and levels of experience.