sailboard

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sailboard

the craft used for windsurfing, consisting of a moulded board like a surfboard, to which a mast bearing a single sail is attached by a swivel joint
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The copter finally spotted the sailboarder and was able to winch him to safety.
The man, from the Ballycastle area of Co Antrim, was an experienced sailboarder with good knowledge of the local conditions but even he was taken by surprise by the severe weather.
In comparison to other sports using upper body power, the athletes participating in the present study demonstrated lower BMI compared to the Norwegian International rowers [33], as well as to Greek sailboarders [16].
The next morning, 20-mph gusts spit sideways rain, knocked over garbage cans and leaned on walking-to-school kids as if they were Hood River sailboarders.
Surfers and sailboarders should head for Scarborough beach or the Ocean coast, while Crawley and Peppermint Grove on the banks of the Swan River are better for a sunbathing session At the mouth of the Swan River is the port of Fremantle - Freo, to those in the know.
picked a good day and water-skied from the Florida Keys to Cuba, while two wandering Key West sailboarders leaned into the wind one fine day and sailed all the way across the Florida Straits to Marina Hemingway--only to be met by puzzled Cuban officials.
The beach has lifeguards, bathhouses, and picnic facilities, and you'll likely see sailboarders of varying skill skimming the water on boards with brilliant sails.