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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Other fringe activities were the 15-kilometer swim across the Bay relay, Asia's most extreme swimming event, and sporting events such as SarBay Strongman, beach volleyball and football, jet ski race, bancathon, mountain bike, skimboarding and frisbee tournaments.
Just a few minutes drive from the center of Mati City, Dahican Beach has become synonymous to skimboarding.
Surrounded by water on all fronts, aqua sports is a must ndash paddling on kayaks and stand-up paddles, or learning the basics of skimboarding in San Isidro, a variant of surfing which uses a shorter board.
He writes that this was his winning photo entry (Straight out of Camera) during the Skimboarding and Endless Photography Competition held in Tabok, Opol, Misamis Oriental.
Apo Boulder Face Challenge, painting session dubbed Dabawenya Alla Prima, Summer Sayaw sa Isla in Island Garden City of Samal, Mindanao Pet Congress, AirAsia Durianman Triathlon and 2nd Amihan National Skimboarding Competition.
I got bored and I realized with skimboarding you could just throw your board in the sand and just go.
And some anchor next to large sandbars such as Sharker's, which is usually visible but slightly underwater, to practice skimboarding. Boating around the bay discovering sandbars and seeing what people do on them can make for an interesting day.
DB Skimboards specializes in producing top quality products for flatland skimboarding, an emerging board sport which has seen rapid growth in recent years.
In fact, I've stood on shore just outside of public swimming areas as massive tarpon took every inch of line off my reel, never stopping, and I've caught snook to 30 pounds or more right next to children wading and skimboarding. If the mullet are there, the predators are going to be feeding from their ranks.
Dr Leatherman said: "It's popular for swimmers, surfers, sunbathers and beachcombers and is very flat, so it's great for skimboarding and walking."
A self-professed tomboy, she embraced activities such as skateboarding and its marine equivalent, skimboarding, and at age 16 began studying kempo, a Chinese-Hawaiian hybrid martial art.