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water sports

pl n
1. (Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) various sports, such as swimming, water-skiing, or windsurfing, that take place in or on water
2. (Physiology) slang sexual practices that involve urination
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Titled as Colours of Spring, the water sports and adventure tourism events will be held at the Khanpur Lake on March 25, said a news release issued by the department.
The spectacular water sports and adventure tourism events would be held simultaneously at the scenic tourist resort Khanpur Lake on March 25.
Flyboarding is an exciting extreme water sport that's taking anyone to ultimate heights.
Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Jan 30 ( ANI ): The temperature is dipping in Srinagar and the cold wave is bone chilling but this has not stopped local authorities from organizing a water sports coaching camp at the Nehru Park Training Centre near the Dal Lake here.
Party should have registration of doing work in the field of water sports development activities.
Speaking to the Cyprus News Agency, Kofteros said the current legislation on the operation of water sports must be upgraded to include provisions on staff qualifications, vessel inspections, and stricter penalties for offenders.
There were also discounted water sports to encourage sea lovers to give some of the offered activities a splash.
The timings depend on the booking, said Florian who is from Germany, but learned water sports in Dominican Republic.
Visitors could experience a number of Blue Marine water sports, including fly boarding, inflatables and dhow trips.
We extend our sincere thanks to the city authorities for joining us in our journey through the most attractive water sports destinations in the world, with the aim at spreading our sport," he said.
The nationwide festival style event helps to introduce newcomers to a variety of water sports.
With the decline in tourist flow to Egypt during the past four years, diving and water sports tourism was highly affected, according to Hesham Gabr, former Chairman of Chamber of Diving and Water sports (CDWS), who added that the losses of the diving and water sports amount to almost $2bn per year.