Wakeboarding is a water sport which involves riding a wakeboard across the surface of water; whether that be sea or lake. The rider holds onto a length of rope which is attached to the motor vehicle in front. The development of wakeboarding stems from the well-known sports of surfing, water skiing and snowboarding and is seen to be a combination of these 3.
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Wakeboarding is sport that mainly focuses on performing tricks whilst in the air. To pick up the needed speed, the wakeboarder is normally towed behind a motorboat and the power and winds produced enable the board to be lifted. The rider holds onto a slider which is attached to the back of the boat and provides balance. Fins are placed on the board of which they can be of varying size and shape to enable the rider to perform different moves and jumps.
Wakeboarding can be a potentially dangerous sport as it is carried out on water and requires the use of a motor vehicle. This combination can create a high risk sport so ensuring you have personal insurance in place is recommended.