South African competitive waterskier Travis Fisher, started skiing at just four years old.
He made his way up the junior ranks and into the open division, winning numerous provincial and national titles along the way.
Specializing in the slalom discipline, the Durban-based skier represented South Africa and competed at the 2011 and 2012 European and African Championships, as well as the Under 21 World Water Ski Championships.
Not only has Travis competed in the sport of waterskiing, but he has contributed immensely to the growth of the sport.
In 2010, he started the Mini League programme in KZN, which has proved highly successful and increased the number of competitors both locally and nationally.
In 2014, 2015 and 2016, he spent many months in the USA, coaching and training people on how to waterski effectively.
Travis continues to compete today and coaches local skiers in his free time. He also serves on the Waterski Committee in an advisory role.