Waterskiing Clubs in London
Water skiing is both a recreational activity and a competitive sport. The majority of participants ski or ride for fun and to keep fit. They may participate by skiing on two skis, one ski, riding a wakeboard or a kneeboard, barefoot, or on a disc or other means of keeping afloat!
Some ski at affiliated clubs, but there are also many who ski on the sea, estuaries or rivers with no formal club structure, however water skiing should be promoted as much as possible through clubs who can then control the activity and make sure it is carried out safely and with respect for other water users.
Competitive water skiing is divided into seven sports divisions:- Barefoot, Cable, Disabled, Kneeboard, Racing, Tournament and Wakeboard (boat and cable). Of these only Kneeboard has no European or World titled events. The rest of the divisions have European and World Championships every one or two years.
British Waterski and Wakeboard -
Telephone : 01932 560007
Rachel Tallon – National Development Manager