Marli Dunn: a new shape for broken arms

What do you do when you're 15-year-old bodyboarder with a broken arm? Ask Marli Dunn and he will tell you.

Marli Dunn is a young bodyboarding talent from South Durras, Australia. He loves bodyboarding, but how can you possibly do that with a broken arm. Are you waiting for it to improve?

Of course not. Dunn took an old bodyboard, made two holes and added a thick rope. That's it. Ready to ride.

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BIA Tour: the best of Californian bodyboarding

Sean McElroy has taken out the 2014 Manhattan Beach Pro/Am, in Los Angeles.

The first stop on the 2014 Bodyboarder International Association was held in sunny two-to-three foot surf. California's ultimate bodyboarding circuit attracted over 75 riders.

Local knowledge once again prevailed at Manhattan Beach, as resident pro rider Nick Borgens claimed first place in the Drop Knee division. Veteran Enrique De Solar came out of retirement and bashed his way to second place, followed by Justin Cadiente and Jeff Bragg.

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Staircase bodyboarding: no reefs, just concrete walls

Normally, there are two competitive divisions in bodyboarding: prone and drop-knee, but there's a third specialty coming up. Meet staircase bodyboarding.

Bodyboarding is a water sport in which riders get the most out of ocean waves. But the sport invented by Tom Morey is in constant evolution and enthusiasts are taking it down the stairs.

In fact, we don't need water or waves in order to ride a bodyboard anymore. If you live in a double storey house or apartment, stairs exist to be ridden.

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