Water skiing is a sport with many social and health benefits. It is unique in that it is a sport where able and disabled persons, and people as young as 5 years and as old as 80 years of age can participate alongside each other. It is a sport that involves more than one person, and is a wonderful family activity.
Anyone who has put on water skis can attest to its health benefits – it is a sport that demands and develops strength, agility and endurance. The sport includes several disciplines including slalom, tricks, cable, jump, ski racing, kneeboard, wakeboard, and barefoot, with each of these practiced for either recreational or competitive enjoyment.
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British Water Ski
Name: Laura Gillett
Job Title: Regional Programme Manager – Development, British Waterski & Wakeboard