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The sport of performing maneuvers or stunts during free fall while riding on a skyboard.

sky′-surf′ v.
sky′surf′er n.
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(Extreme Sports) the activity or sport of performing stunts while standing on a small board during the free-fall part of a parachute jump
ˈskyˌsurfer n
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