Water skiing and wakeboarding are great activities for anyone to try – whether you are looking for a fun, recreational activity or you aspire to be the best in the world. They can be adapted to suit everyone's ability including people with a range of impairments.
Have a go...
Here are a few facts to support you in choosing our sports;
- Water skiing and wakeboarding are surface watersports where you are pulled along the water by a boat or by a cable tow
- It is both a fun recreational activity and a competitive sport although most people take part for fun and to keep fit
- There are various forms of the sport including skiing on 2 skis, 1 ski, riding a wakeboard or a kneeboard or barefoot
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Cutting Edge is the BWSW progression pathway for our Water Ski and Adaptive disciplines (water ski, barefoot and kneeboard). It is a great way for young people to get into the sport for the first time and an excellent tool for licenced coaches to structure tutorage and lesson palnning. To find out more about Cutting Edge and how to get involved – check out our Cutting Edge page.
Progressive Edge is the BWSW progression pathway for our Wake disciplines (Wakeboard, cable wakeboard and wakesurf) a is a great way for young people to get into the sport for the first time and an excellent tool for licenced coaches to structure tutorage and lesson planning. To find out more about Progressive Edge and how to get involved – check out our Progressive Edge page.
Find the discipline for you...
There are a 6 disciplines within water skiing and wakeboarding - you just need to choose which one is for you. Click on the links below to find out more about each discipline that makes up our sport;
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The best way to find out about water skiing and wakeboarding is to have a go – find your local club using the ‘Club Finder’