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Jurmala Waterski & Wakeboard park

Jurmala Waterski & Wakeboard park

IWWF Site Code:
LAT00002
Lake Name:
Lielupe River

Ski School:
No
Sport Disciplines:
Waterski
Tournament Slalom/Trick
Tournament Jump


About : Jurmala Waterski & Wakeboard park
We continue the Latvian water skiing route, which began in the 1930s and resumed in the 1950s in Jurmala after the Second World War. We have been in Priedaine since 1973, when a channel for water skiing was created using ground pumps. Many Latvian and USSR champions and record holders have trained here and the highest level competitions have been organized at this site. In 2015 Adrija Runge won the European Youth Championship gold medal. It gives strength and motivation to further develop Jurmala water skiing and wakeboarding park as a high-level sport and diverse active recreation site.
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We currently have no featured tournaments for the 2023 season
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2023
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GeoLocation:
56.97891328141168,23.888405363081066
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Directions:
Drive by car From Riga center to Jurmala direction by K. Ulma┼ća street / A10. Before Jurmala bridge turn right to Priedaine direction. Come on Babite street 1 km till the railway crossroad. Exactly after railway crossroad turn left on gravel road. After 500m turn right on asphalted road and drive till the end. Public transport By train till railway station Priedaine. Then 12 minutes walk to the site.
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