Water Skiing briefly made an appearance in the Olympics in 1972 but only as a demonstration sport. It is not a sport in 2012 as well ;_;
In order for a sport to be recognized it not only has to be popular but meet IOC Standards.
Chess has never been played at an olympics. Nevertheless, it is an official sport recognised by the International Olympic Committee. This means that it could be added to the olympic program at any time if the committee wishes. Other examples of sports that are recognised while not being in the olympics are water skiing, karate, and bowling.
Yes, water skiing is considered a sport.
Depends on length of exercise.
wake boarding and water skiing
Sports such as alpine skiing, snowboarding, windsurfing and water skiing have events called the slalom.
surfing, sailing, swimming, water polo, and a triathlon, water skiing, wake boarding
Skiing is a water or snow sport. It uses to skis which are flat thin pieces of wood that attach to someone's foot to help them move over the surface. When water skiing the person needs to be pulled by a boat.
The first team sport in the Olympics was water polo.
real fast boys real fast
Water polo is a sport that is played in a pool. It is also an olympic sport that many countries compete in.
From Canada synchronized swimming, or water ballet as it was known in its early years, moved to the United States. The sport received its first big boost in 1934 when it was part of the World's Fair in Chicago. Shortly afterwards, the United States Amateur Athletic Union recognised the sport and national championships began. By 1948 synchronized swimming was a exhibition sport at the Olympics, but it was forced to serve an extended apprenticeship. After five appearances as a non-medal sport, synchronized swimming made its full Olympic debut at Los Angeles in 1984.
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water skiing is the only one i know of but i hope i did good
Karate is not an Olympic Sport. TaeKwonDo, a Korean based sport, has been in the Olympics. One of the challenges is that you have to make the activity a sport, and the rules have to be the same throughout the world. Karate is a combat art and many do not want to water it down.
yes both men's and women's
my opinon is that declAN IS G**
swimming water polo surfing water skiing