sailboarding


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sail·board·ing

 (sāl′bôr′dĭng)

sailboarding

(ˈseɪlˌbɔːdɪŋ)
n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) another name for windsurfing
Translations

sailboarding

[ˈseɪlbɔːdɪŋ] Nwindsurf m, surf m a vela
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In addition to benefiting wildlife, including playful otters, residents also enjoy the clear water, by sailboarding, kayaking and catch-and-release fishing.
The municipality s main attraction is its marina, where residents and visitors alike are able to enjoy a variety of water activities, including yachting, sailboarding, waterskiing, canoeing and kayaking.
Diet quality and anthropometry between different sailboarding styles.
Yeah, I know that whenever I think of Boulder, I think surfing, sailboarding and whale watching.
We started out as a gang of mates who enjoyed sailboarding, and now, because our bodies can't cope with that anymore, we do a lot more keelboat racing.
Both Alun and Gareth have had extensive sailing and sailboarding experience and are keen to put their rescue skills to good use but Alun has yet to join his brother on a rescue.
Lake Geneva, the biggest lake in western Europe, is known for strong winds ideal for sailing and sailboarding.
And for gung-ho teenagers, those Atlantic breakers offer some of the best surfing and sailboarding in Europe and a chilled-out beach scene.
Though reminiscent of windsurfing or sailboarding, ice boating is not new, as it is said to have originated in The Netherlands in the 18th century.
AN amateur sailboarding champion had a miraculous escape after he was battered by 50mph winds and hurled on to cliffs yesterday.
Afterwards Station Officer Ken Henderson, of Amble Coastguard, said the alarm had been raised by the man's friends, who were on the shore, but it could have been a different story if the man had been sailboarding alone.