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water sports

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwater sportsˈwater ˌsports noun [plural]  sports that you play in water
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water sportsLocal public health authorities and water sports authorities have issued warnings about the risk from Weil's Disease.All offer golf, fishing, and water sports.Beach and esplanade include croquet, tennis and water sports centre.Local Activities: walks, leisure centre, water sports, golf.But for those who choose arduous outdoor recreations like climbing, water sports and ski-ing this is particularly so.The focal point of the Centre is an Olympic standard 2000 metre water sports course which hosts events.All non-motorised water sports are free of charge.Quinta do Lago's 1,700 acres include golf courses, tennis courts, riding stables, water sports and strictly-controlled development.
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