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    • Sandboarding

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    • Skateboarding

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    • Snowboarding

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    • Surfing

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    • Boardsport

    • Boardsports are sports that are played with some sort of board as the primary equipment. These sports take place on a variety of terrain, from paved flat-ground and snow-covered hills to water and air. Most boardsports are considered action sports or extreme sports, and thus often appeal to youth. A large proportion of ... Read »


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    • Aquaplaning (sport)

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      Aquaplaning is an adventure water sport, which merely resembles with water skiing. However, this was the oldest water game, before the development of water skiing, knee boarding, and water riding. These days this is among the top list of sports in the US. It has gained popularity over the social networks, news, and hig ... Read »


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    • Bailing (boardsports)

    • Bailing is the process of falling off a board (i.e. a skateboard), losing control of the board while performing a trick in the air, or when the board hits the ground on the deck and not the wheels. Bailing often results in some type of injury. Bailing occurs in at least two forms. The first form is an unintentional fa ... Read »


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    • Balance board

    • A balance board is a device used as a circus skill, for recreation, balance training, athletic training, brain development, therapy, musical training and other kinds of personal development. It is a lever similar to a see-saw that the user usually stands on, usually with the left and right foot at opposite ends of the ... Read »


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    • Carveboarding

    • Carveboarding is a boardsport on hard surfaces (roads, sidewalks, etc.).Carveboard is also the brand name of the board which popularized the practice of this sport. The board was invented by Californian snowboarder & surfers (David Colley and Brad Gerlach) to practice their moves during flat sea days and summer. The re ... Read »


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    • Dirtsurfing

    • Dirtsurfing is the sport of riding a Dirtsurfer brand inline board. This new Australian boardsport is correctly known as inline boarding because Dirtsurfer is a trademark protected brand name.[1] A Dirtsurfer is composed of an aircraft aluminium tube frame, a laminate or composite deck and two 20in or 16in diameter BM ... Read »


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    • Fakie

    • In boardsports, fakie is riding backwards with the tail facing in the direction of travel. When used in conjunction with a trick name, like "fakie ollie", it means that the trick was performed as it would normally be done with the exception of riding backwards. Not to be confused with "switch" or switchstance which is ... Read »


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    • Flatland skimboarding

    • Flatland skimboarding (also known as inland skimboarding) is a form of skimboarding practiced on non-coastal waters, such as a river, lake, stream or puddle. It uses a wooden board about three times as wide as a skateboard and one and a half times as long. The board is thrown across a thin film of water. While the boar ... Read »


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    • Flowriding

    • Flowriding (or Flowboarding) is a late-20th century alternative boardsport incorporating elements of surfing, bodyboarding, skateboarding, skimboarding, snowboarding and wakeboarding. Flowriders ride on artificial waves that are technically called "sheet waves". Powerful pumps project a three-inch layer of water at sp ... Read »


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    • Footedness

    • Footedness is the natural preference of one's left or right foot for various purposes. While purposes vary, such as applying the greatest force in a kick or stomp, footedness is most commonly associated with the preference of a particular foot in the leading position while engaging in foot, or kicking related sports, s ... Read »


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    • Grassboarding

    • Grassboarding is a sport that has been practised in Costa Rica since 1990. A patent was presented to the local Intellectual Property Office in 1995. It uses a special concave board designed for use over a grass hill. It belongs to the same family as surfing, snowboarding and sand boarding. It doesn't use any wheels, w ... Read »


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    • Kite landboarding

    • Kite landboarding, also known as land kiteboarding or flyboarding, is based on the sport of kitesurfing, where a rider on a surf-style board is pulled over water by a kite. Kite landboarding involves the use of a mountain board or landboard, which is essentially an oversized skateboard with large pneumatic wheels and f ... Read »


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    • Kneeboarding (towsport)

    • Kneeboarding is an aquatic sport where the participant is towed on a buoyant, convex, and hydrodynamically shaped board at a planing speed, most often behind a motorboat. Kneeboarding on a surf style board with fin(s) is also done in waves at the beach. In the usual configuration of a tow-sport kneeboard, riders kneel ... Read »


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    • Land windsurfing

    • Land windsurfing, also known as “Terrasailing”, “street sailing”, “land sailing” and “dirt windsurfing”, is a sport similar to traditional windsurfing that is performed on land rather than water. A four wheeled deck, similar to a mountain board or skateboard deck, is commonly use ... Read »


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    • Longboarding

    • Longboarding is the act of riding on a Longboard. Longboarding, also has competitive races down hill, with some riders reaching speeds exceeding 50 miles per hour. A longboard varies in shape and size unlike its set counterpart, the skateboard, and has more stability, traction and durability due to larger wheel size an ... Read »


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    • Mountainboarding

    • Mountainboarding, also known as Dirtboarding, Offroad Boarding, and All-Terrain Boarding (ATB), is a well established if little-known action sport, derived from snowboarding. A mountainboard is made up of components including a deck, bindings to secure the rider to the deck, four wheels with pneumatic tires, and two st ... Read »


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    • Onewheel

    • Onewheel is an electric self-balancing recreational personal transporter, sometimes described as a one-wheeled electric skateboard. The company that makes it was founded by entrepreneur Kyle Doerksen and is distributed by Future Motion. The product has been featured in publications such as Sports Illustrated, Business ... Read »


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    • Paddleboarding

    • Paddleboarding participants are propelled by a swimming motion using their arms while lying, kneeling, or standing on a paddleboard or surfboard in the ocean. This article refers to traditional prone or kneeling paddleboarding. A derivative of paddleboarding is stand up paddle surfing and stand up paddleboarding. Paddl ... Read »


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    • Riverboarding

    • Riverboarding is a boardsport in which the participant lies prone on their board with fins on their feet for propulsion and steering. This sport is also known as hydrospeed in Europe and as riverboarding or white-water sledging in New Zealand, depending on the type of board used. Riverboarding includes commercial, recr ... Read »


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    • Run Drop Slide

    • Run Drop Slide is a move in the sport of skimboarding. The board rider charges the wave on foot, throws his board down, and steps onto the board in one step, as a gradual smooth running motion. After stepping onto the skimboard the rider skims across the water towards the wave, hoping to then cut into the wave while tu ... Read »


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    • Sandsurfing

    • Sandsurfing or Desertsurfing is an extreme sport recently invented and involves "surfing on sand", mostly in deserts. It is similar to waterskiing. Sandsurfers attach a skateboard deck or other similar object to the back of an ATV or vehicle with a watersports tow rope. The first sandsurfing in the Malibu area was don ... Read »


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    • Skimboarding

    • Skimboarding (or skimming) is a boardsport in which a skimboard (much like a surfboard but smaller and without fins) is used to glide across the water's surface to meet an incoming breaking wave, and ride it back to shore. Wave-riding skimboarders perform a variety of surface and air maneuvers, at various stages of the ... Read »


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    • Skurfing (sport)

    • Skurfing as a sport has two common uses: "water skurfing" and "street skurfing". Water Skurfing is a form of water skiing that uses a surfboard or similar board instead of skis. The skurfer is towed behind a motorboat at planing speed with a tow rope similar to that of Knee Boarding and wakeboarding. It shares an ... Read »


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    • Skysurfing

    • Sky surfing is a type of skydiving in which the skydiver wears a board attached to his or her feet and performs surfing-style aerobatics during freefall. The boards used are generally smaller than actual surfboards, and look more like snowboards or large skateboards. The attachment to the feet is normally made removab ... Read »


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    • Snowkiting

    • Snowkiting or Kite skiing is an outdoor winter sport where people use kite power to glide on snow or ice. The skier uses a kite to give them power over large jumps. The sport is similar to water-based kiteboarding, but with the footwear used in snowboarding or skiing.The principes of using the kite is the same, but in ... Read »


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    • Snowskate

    • A snowskate is a hybrid of a skateboard and a snowboard, intended primarily to allow for skateboard-style tricks on the snow. There are many types depending on the brand or style of snowskate. The similar term snowskates more usually applies to iceskating shoes for use on snow. The first snowskate traces its hist ... Read »


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    • Standup paddleboarding

    • Stand up paddle surfing and stand up paddle boarding (SUP) (Hoe he'e nalu in the Hawaiian language) are offshoots of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the wat ... Read »


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    • Street luge

    • Street luge is an extreme gravity-powered activity that involves riding a street luge board (sometimes referred to as a sled) down a paved road or course. Street luge is also known as land luge or road luge. Like skateboarding, street luge is often done for sport and for recreation. Other than the supine riding positi ... Read »


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    • Volcano surfing

    • Volcano surfing, also known as ash boarding or volcano boarding, is a sport performed on volcano slopes. The most popular slope is of Cerro Negro near Leon in western Nicaragua. Riders hike up the volcano and slide down, sitting or standing, on a thin plywood or metal board. The sport is also practiced on Mt. Yasur in ... Read »


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    • Wakeskating

    • Wakeskating is a water sport and an adaptation of wakeboarding that employs a similar design of board manufactured from maple or fibreglass. Unlike wakeboarding, the rider is not bound to the board in any way. Fins are constructed of plastic, fiberglass or aluminum. Shorter fins must be deeper to get the same amou ... Read »


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    • Wakesurfing

    • Wakesurfing is a water sport in which a rider trails behind a boat, riding the boat's wake without being directly pulled by the boat. After getting up on the wake, typically by use of a tow rope, the wakesurfers will drop the rope, and ride the steep face below the wave's peak in a fashion reminiscent of surfing. Wakes ... Read »


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