Skimboarding: a sport with a bright future | Photo: Shutterstock

We don't know much about "Manifest Destiny (A Skimboarding Short)," but it is a breath of fresh air for the skimboarding community.

The new skim movie by TwinFin Media proves you don't need to be a pro to enjoy skimming. It's all about having fun in the sun - as long as there are two-foot slopes and a few friends to share the moment, you've got what it takes to seize the day.

The man behind the short skim flick is Nick Gruber, an East Coast skimboarder/videographer with a rare and exquisite taste for colorful skim video collages.

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Blair Conklin: aiming at the world skimboarding title | Photo: Exile Skimboards

Blair Conklin and Casey Kiernan have taken out the 2016 Southside Shootout, held at Dewey Beach, Delaware.

The second stop on the United Skim Tour (UST) 2016 had maritime conditions for all tastes - glassy, fun shore break waves in the morning, and wind-affected ripples in the afternoon. The organization - Skim USA - made sure everything run smoothly.

Inspired by the sunny weather, Casey Kiernan added a new trophy to her long list of accomplishments in skimboarding. The Floridian, who was also celebrating her birthday, used her experience and technique to beat Alex Yokley, Steff Mags, and Ellen Wood.

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Sam Stinnett: Can San Lucas is his second home | Photo: Laguna SoCal

Sam Stinnett has taken out the Cabo Clasico 2016, in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

It is strange, but sometimes it happens. The Cabo Clasico has been part of the United Skim Tour (UST) universe for quite a while. Suddenly, the Mexican venue drops out of the Tour without a clear explanation from both sides.

Nevertheless, the pro skimboarders that regularly compete on the UST series decided to travel to Baja California and participated, once again, in the iconic contest. The powerful shore break delivered. On the first days, the conditions were not perfect, but it was still contestable.

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