Camille Duvall's Instructional Guide to Water Skiing

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Simon and Schuster, May 1, 1992 - Sports & Recreation - 224 pages
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The five-time world-champion water-skier offers instruction, advice about equipment, and tips on competition for the more than 16 million waterskiing enthusiasts nationwide. Duvall explains the basic skills and introduces techniques of trick skiing and jumping as well as advice on building a slalom course and boat driving. 170 photographs; 27 line drawings.
 

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Aspiring and proficient water skiers will find a wealth of practical how-to information in this work by Duvall, a five-time World Professional Slalom Champion. With concise, readable instructions she ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
8
Chapter ONE Essential Equipment 1 3
51
Chapter THREE Into the Slalom Course 5 7
94
Chapter FIVE Installing Your Own Slalom Course
107
Chapter SIX Competitive Jumping
117
Chapter SEVEN Trick Skiing 1 41
175
Chapter NINE Teaching Your Child to Water Ski
190
Chapter TEN Crossing the LineSkiing
199
Chapter ELEVEN A Spectators Guide
211
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