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All the opinions and theories over on BOS have me puzzled.
The answer seems so simple, but I must be missing something. Why don't the industry members jointly fund the design, development and production of an affordable, reliable, conveniently installed sinking slalom course?
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It kinda comes down to, if you want something ,do it yourself !
There have been a few sinking courses over the years but nothing easy or inexpensive .
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Sinking the course is easy. Getting it back to the surface is the trick.
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I'm set on both my public water sites. Don't need a sinker course. But the sport does. Public water exposure is critical.
I'm going to retire in a few years. Maybe if I'm done with bindings by then I'll make an ugly sinker course that works great.