Stinnett and Keen: a classic clash at Aliso Beach

Sam Stinnett has conquered the 38th Annual World Championships of Skimboarding, at Aliso Beach, California.

The Vic 2014 saw small but contestable waves breaking on the shores of Aliso, in Laguna Beach. Fortunately, the most consistent sets provided rippable lines to crown the champions.

The longest running contest in skimboarding history had the women competing for the United Skim Tour (UST) World Tour rankings, so there was too much at stake. A total of 53 male and female riders dropped in.

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The Wedge: the skimboarder's go-for-it attitude

Finless backside tube rides, dangerous wipeouts, great escapes and flawless barrels.

The skimboarding community continues tight and united, showing bodyboarders and surfers the limits of board riding.

Andre Maragao has published an high-quality video of a superb session at The Wedge, in Newport Beach, California.

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Indoor skimboarding: it never rains but it's wet

A group of enthusiastic riders has installed a 150-foot skimming pool in a warehouse.

Skimboarding is growing fast, and not everyone has a river, sea or lake nearby. That's why we have to invent new ways of riding the planet.

The unusual urban skimboarding conceptualists found the perfect spot to run a competition. A flat surface. And that's it. Ready to roll, under an industrial roof.

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