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Can't seem to find much of this type of water ski footage anywhere. There is some but it is quite insubstantial.
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I mean "video footage from the 80s of women's trick water skiing performances."
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here you go:
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Ana Maria Carrasco was absolutely gorgeous....
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Forgive my revival of this thread.
I think all women from the 1980s to the early 2000s were absolutely gorgeous. Female skiers these days aren’t so gorgeous imho.
Anyway, is there any other footage out there I haven’t seen?
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woow! c'mon, the top scores are still kids...can ya let them be kids first ...dang boy! Plenty of time for you to perv later...haha
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Isn’t there a person out there with tons of water ski footage of events from back in the day? A bunch of classic video like that always has a place in the digital world.
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I wonder Isn’t there a person out there with tons of water ski footage of events from back in the day? A bunch of classic video like that always has a place in the digital world.
If there is such a person hoarding that kind of history...
I invite them to offer it to the internets now.
Not just for me, but for everyone else curious about the history of the sport. Short hall of fame videos can only show so much.
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Is that all?
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A year ago, I contacted the USA Water Ski foundation after being told they had tapes from that era and that they would send me copies for a small fee.
I specified an event and asked for the footage and they never got back to me. I was astonished and angered. I want to try again, but....
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I also have a friend who says water skiing is not a mainstream sport, meaning that it isn't popular enough that its history would be shared online in video.
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I have already seen every video from 1980 to 2005 available online and, judging from the Hall of Fame videos I’ve seen, I know there is more out there.
I just don’t understand why it hasn’t been properly preserved and shared with the rest of the world.