Slalom waterski - buoys - barefoot waterski - Barefoot Etc. USa - Robert Teurezbacher - Coaching
Slalom is the most elegant water ski sport. Well-balanced and rhythmically the skier passes around six buoys. The distance from the boat rope pole to each buoye is 11.5 meters. Although the pulling speed is lower than that of barefoot water skiing, the acceleration on a slalom ski
before crossing the wake can be higher than any motor-powered road vehicle on wheels.
In slalom skiing rhythm is one of the most important things.
Barefoot Etc. trains on two different lakes; the larger one provides a slalom course. Our tow boat is a Sanger DXII, 330 Black Scorpion and is approved for barefoot, slalom and wakeboard world championships.