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Ski team helping novices put their best feet forward

US Water Ski Team teach students to water ski on the Mohawk River at Jumpin' Jacks restaurant, Saturday, July 16,2011. Student Lexah Pyskadlo of Guilderland uses a boom attached to a boat to help her learn to water ski Saturday during a clinic hosted by the U.S. Water Ski Team on the Mohawk River at Jumpin' Jack's Drive-In in Scotia.
US Water Ski Team teach students to water ski on the Mohawk River at Jumpin' Jacks restaurant, Saturday, July 16,2011. Student Lexah Pyskadlo of Guilderland uses a boom attached to a boat to help her learn to water ski Saturday during a clinic hosted by the U.S. Water Ski Team on the Mohawk River at Jumpin' Jack's Drive-In in Scotia.
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No one would know Alex Maroszek-Gwiazda was a first-time water-skier. The 15-year-old pulled himself up out of the Mohawk River onto his skis as a speedboat took off, looking anything but a novice. Of course, that was the point of Saturday’s water-ski clinic at Jumpin’ Jack’s Drive-In. The three-session clinic hosted by Scotia’s own U.S. Water Ski Show Team was open to anyone who knew how to swim. And with the proper equipment, safety instruction, ...


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