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pad·dle·board

 (păd′l-bôrd′)
n.
A surfboard or similar long narrow board that a rider propels over the water, often in a standing position by means of a long-handled paddle.
intr.v. pad·dle·board·ed, pad·dle·board·ing, pad·dle·boards
To ride or propel a paddleboard.

paddleboard

(ˈpædəlˌbɔːd)
n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) a long narrow surfboard
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The afternoon would be spent on the beach and paddleboarding.
In the southernmost Florida Keys, chickens can be found just about anywhere but it's unusual to find them paddleboarding with their owners.
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LORANE - Australian Paul Jackson zoomed across the finish area on his paddleboard Saturday to become the first champion of Lane County's premiere pro-amateur Stand Up Paddleboarding, or SUP, race at the Chateau Lorane winery.
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Sian Sykes, 37, who owns and runs Psyched Paddleboarding, is supporting a Welsh Government campaign for Anglesey to get high speed Internet connections.
SUP stands for Stand Up Paddleboarding and local aficionados are about to set out on a journey to Greece.
The trust is inviting people to find out if stand-up paddleboarding is for them, with initial tuition available to help new starters get on to the water.
We go the beach at least once a week, so he has a swim in the sea, and paddleboarding is twice a month depending on weather.
A tantalizing glimpse on social media clued us in to REI's latest endeavor--the REI Outessa Summit, a women's adventure getaway where you can pack a three-day weekend full of activities: sunrise yoga, paddleboarding, rock climbing, outdoor cooking classes, and more, all led by female instructors who meld fun with a healthy dose of motivation.
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The National Trust has got a host of ideas and activities going on at its many centres and stately homes, from canoeing and cycling to paddleboarding and prambling.