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surf·board·ing

 (sûrf′bôr′dĭng)
n.

surfboarding

(ˈsɜːfˌbɔːdɪŋ)
n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) another name for surfing
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.surfboarding - the sport of riding a surfboard toward the shore on the crest of a wavesurfboarding - the sport of riding a surfboard toward the shore on the crest of a wave
aquatics, water sport - sports that involve bodies of water
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surfboarding

[ˈsɜːfˌbɔːdɪŋ] Nsurf m
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Poppen subsequently added a rope to the nose of the board, to help with balance, and in early 1966 he applied for a patent for his "Snurfer" -- a contraction of the words "snow" and "surfer." In the application, he claimed his invention was for a new activity that incorporated "surfboarding, skate boarding and slalom water skiing." He might also have added that it would one day become one of the most popular sports in the Winter Olympics.
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As emphasized in our previous study (7), the ability to keep balance on an unstable support surface is extremely important in many sports events such as surfboarding, skiing, figure skating, gymnastics and our daily life as when standing in moving trains.
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