water-ski


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water-ski

a type of ski used for planing or gliding over water
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Prices range from $1,250 for the Adirondack chair and water-ski bar to $900 for the bar stool and $450 for the side table, douglas-davidcottage.com
Christine Bleakley is attempting to water-ski despite the fact she's never water-skied before.
Karl was the current European water-ski racing champion and was number three in the world rankings.
CATE: He taught me how to water-ski and we would go inner-tubing.
They are looking for young men and women to lifeguard at the dock, run the tennis program, or drive the water-ski boat.
Kneeboards (shaped like squat surfboards,with a thigh strap to hold you on) and water-ski surfboards (like narrow surfboards with foot straps) are durable and tough.
But we have fond memories of that other Channel 4 Olympicsinspired show called The Games that ran from 2003 to 2006 and recall how many celebs came a cropper on the water-ski jump.
CARDIFF is to get its own "world class" wakeboard and water-ski park after plans were given the green light by councillors yesterday.
Backed by the British Water-Ski Federation, Dominic will travel to France for the competition and leaves on August 10 - the day before his 21st birthday.
CHRISTINE BLEAKLEY completed her challenge to water-ski across the English Channel for Sport Relief today.