Enter to win SansRival’s newest Waterski Model, the SR3 Slalom! This high performance ski is made in Europe with only the finest materials, including a full carbon composite, special foam core technology, and an aluminum fin blade. In addition, the SR3 comes with a 3 year limited warranty against breaking.
Phone: +1 (225) 654-9306 Address: 18605 Barnett Road, Zachary, LA 70791 Contact: Jay Bennett Website: http://www.skibennetts.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instruction Available: beginner, intermediate, advanced Events Taught: slalom, ski, tricks, jump, wakeboarding, wakeskating, kneeboarding, and barefooting Accommodations: Ski School Dormitory with 5 bedrooms fitted with bunk beds. Exclusive Cottage Housing is available, as well. Boats: MasterCraft [...]
In this water ski how to, we show you how to enter next season ready to rip and physically equipped to take your skiing to the next level.
In this water ski how to, you’ll learn how to gain control of the three most important variables affecting your gate.
Whether you’re a water ski beginner or a seasoned skier looking for your latest breakthrough, we’re all looking for the same thing — how to water ski better. Look no further. From switching to the one-handed gate to crossing the wakes with ease, these six water ski how tos will show you how to water ski better right now.
Check out Whitney McClintock’s winning run at the World Water Ski Championships in Calgary, Canada.
WaterSki magazine gives you an inside look at the Malibu Pro Water Ski stop held at Albert Dyck Park in Abbotsford, British Columbia September 18-19. The top male and female professional slalom skiers, and high-flying men’s water ski jumpers competed for more than $50,000 and the pride of claiming the last event of the season [...]
The Connelly F1 has been dominating the water ski tournament scene for years. It is known for its smooth and predictable performance. Moderately sharp forebody bevels work in conjunction with the large sweet spot to provide a smooth, non-critical turn. There is no question that the slalom ski will get you wide and early. Clean, [...]
By Trent Finlayson Advancing to an effective one-handed turn is one of the most exciting things to learn as a slalomer. The feeling of flowing through a turn – one hand on the handle, full speed, seamless, smooth – is incomparable to anything else in water sports. Follow these simple keys, and you’ll be linking [...]
Carly Clifton shares the dos and don’ts of water ski blister prevention. By Kari Wilberg You don’t need to be a professional water skier to get gnarly blisters on your palms. Duct taping your hands before hitting the water can prevent those painful suckers, but only if the tape is applied correctly. Two-time Nationals open [...]