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British National Water Ski Championship (Combined)

Oxford Wakeboard and Ski Club, Queensford Lakes, Burcot Lane, Wallingford

British National Water Ski Championship (Combined) will take place on 24th – 27th August hosted by Oxford Wakeboard and Ski Club for the third consecutive year. The Cash Prize Night Slalom will return and a new initiative this year will be a two day “Friends of Tournament, Development Days, Youth Festival”, aimed to bring D Day participants into the event.

Water skiing and Wakeboarding is both a recreational activity and a competitive sport. The majority of British Water Ski & Wakeboard 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 other means of keeping afloat!

Short Let Space have two properties nearby to the Oxford Wakeboard and Ski Club: Bluebell Lodge and Buttercup Lodge located near Benson in Oxfordshire – these wooden lodges have been expertly built and crafted with the holiday guest in mind. The lodges can be booked separately or together. These lodges are also pet friendly.

If you would like to book any of these lodges, please contact our friendly bookings team on 01993 222 200.

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