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bod·y·board

also bod·y-board (bŏd′ē-bôrd′)
n.
A very short surfboard, typically having a straight front end and no fins and ridden by lying on one's chest.
intr.v. bod·y·board·ed, bod·y·board·ing, bod·y·boards also bod·y-board·ed or bod·y-board·ing or bod·y-boards
To surf on a bodyboard.

bod′y·board′er n.

bodyboard

(ˈbɒdɪˌbɔːd)
n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) a surfboard that is shorter and blunter than the standard board and on which the surfer lies rather than stands. Also called: boogie board
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Saffa Surf Tours' goal is to safely deliver their visitors (stand up surfers, kitesurfers as well as bodyboarders of all skill levels) to the South African waves they've been dreaming of, while ensuring that their surf travel experience is an unforgettable one.
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The report said fishermen had warned the bodyboarders that sharks were active in the area, and bodyboarding had been banned.
Seven swimmers and 25 bodyboarders - many of them children - were pulled to safety at Polzeath Beach by an RNLI team on Monday.
RNLI lifeguards in Pembrokeshire had a busy weekend of rescues after assisting three bodyboarders and a family cut off by the tide.
Meanwhile, two bodyboarders risked their lives yesterday riding 15ft waves dangerously close to a sea wall near Newlyn pier in Cornwall.
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