The average speed for these vehicles will be around 18 to 24 miles an hour though this will depend somewhat on the water conditions, the rider’s weight, their proficiency and the weather. As well as the towrope wakeboarding can also make use of closed-course cables, winches, PWCs and ATVs.
Wakeboarding of course grew out of other similar watersports such as waterskiing and barefoot waterskiing. Wakeboarding today is organised by the IWWF – or the International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation – which is an organisation that was established in 1946. This is an organisation that is recognised by the IOC (International Olympic Committee) and has been an official partner as of 1967.
For those thinking of taking up the sport, wakeboarding can offer you a great way to see lots of attractive beaches while experience high-adrenaline fun and staying fit at the same time.

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