So you want to learn to waterski
Being towed across a lake or sea bay on skis at speeds of up to 55 kilometres an hour. What it is:
Being towed across a lake or sea bay on skis at speeds of up to 55 kilometres an hour. The skier places their feet into rubber moulded bindings mounted on fibreglass skis. The skis are a similar length to snow skis but wider. The skier is pulled by a rope which has a handle fitted at one end and is attached to a powerboat at the other. The sport was invented by Ralph Samuelson in...
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