boardsailing

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board·sail·ing

 (bôrd′sā′lĭng)
board sailor n.

boardsailing

(ˈbɔːdˌseɪlɪŋ)
n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) another name for windsurfing
ˈboardˌsailor n

board•sail•ing

(ˈbɔrdˌseɪ lɪŋ, ˈboʊrd-)
n.
the sport of sailing a boat that has no cockpit, as in windsurfing.
[1980–85]
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Maui Meyer -- Co-Founder of the Professional Boardsailors Association
Boardsailors by the thousands come insummer to test the steady 15- to 25-mph winds and opposing river currents.
Dipping with the wind and cutting swiftly through the water, boardsailors race across the Foster City Lagoon each Tuesday evening, pirouetting around a configuration of buoys as in some gigantic water ballet.
On the city waterfront, a palm-lined path brings bikers, skaters, and strollers to beaches where they can watch boardsailors streak across the sparkling water.
With a boat ramp and two docks, the 50-acre salt-water lake is a boon to boardsailors and small-boat skippers.