skimboarding

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skim·board·ing

 (skĭm′bôr′dĭng)
n.
The sport of riding a skimboard over shallow water on a beach and into oncoming waves. The board is usually tossed ahead and jumped on after a running approach.
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In 1966, I skim boarded - sliding along the thin backwash of waves aboard a 30-inch plywood poker chip - seven miles from Yachats to Waldport, a world record, I believe.