Water Skiing – Slalum

Quick Intro

Water skiing is a surface water sport in which an individual is pulled behind a boat over a body of water, skimming the surface on two skis or one ski. Slalom water skiing – formally run as a one ski setup to make it as aigle as possible – involves a multi-buoy course that the skier must go around in order to complete the pass. A slalom water ski course consists of 6 turn buoys that the skier must navigate around in a zigzag pattern. In a tournament every consecutive pass is made harder than the pass before it, as the boat speeds up or the rope shortens until the water skier fails to complete the slalom course by falling or missing a buoy. In this way a winner stands out.

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