Daniel Fonseca's bodyboarding trip to NSW

Portuguese bodyboarders enjoy traveling the world in search of different waves. Daniel Fonseca chose a very special destination.

The rider from Peniche's Supertubos embarked on a surf trip to New South Wales, Australia, in January 2016, with girlfriend Sofia Oliveira.

The 15,000-mile adventure included a visit to the region's best slabs, beach breaks, and point breaks. In eight months, Fonseca had the opportunity to explore one of the richest coastlines in the world when it comes to quality waves.

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Isabela Sousa announces move to Portugal

Professional bodyboarder Isabela Sousa is moving to Portugal.

The four-time world bodyboarding champion (2010, 2012, 2013, and 2016) from Ceará, Brazil, announced that she plans to live in Carcavelos, near Lisbon, for at least a year.

"Life often makes us change. We change and do not understand until life itself shows us why. I'm happy to be in the place my heart chose to call home. And it's a very cool place," said Sousa.

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Pro Bodyboarding: the story of a peculiar PS1 game

Strangely - or maybe not - there was once a bodyboarding game with a surfer on its cover. Meet Pro Bodyboarding, the only boogie title launched for PlayStation systems.

The PlayStation, also known as PS1, was a video game console marketed worldwide between 1995 and 2005. It was a global hit, and it had subtle regional variations, for example, in the control buttons.

In a decade, Sony sold over 102 million PS1 units, and the industry produced a total of 2,515 games for the video game console.

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