The Morey Boogie factory in Carlsbad

Craig Libuse is a key personality in the history of bodyboarding.

Not only he was Tom Morey's art director for 15 years, but he also documented the challenging period that led to the creation of one of the most popular water sports on the planet.

Libuse studied industrial design at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and joined the inventor of the boogie board's company in the 1970s.

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This is how bodyboarders ride the barrel at Teahupoo

When you reach the "End of the Road," you're all by yourself. Are you sure you're ready to get barreled at Tahiti's infamous Teahupoo?

Bodyboarders are known for taking off deep at Teahupoo. Thanks to their swim fins and prone position on the boogie board, spongers are able to get into the beast wave faster than any other wave rider.

Nevertheless, that doesn't necessarily mean a safe and epic ride down the line. If you're riding the bodyboard at Teahupoo, you can also make the cover of surf magazines for less heroic reasons.

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The day Cristiano Ronaldo went bodyboarding

Did you know that bodyboarding is one of Cristiano Ronaldo's favorite hobbies?

For many, he is the best football player of all time; a magician with a rare talent and an exclusive technique that enchants people from all over the world.

Ronaldo changed the way we watch and enjoy the world's most popular sport. His creativity, game reading skills, dribbling, and shooting power is widely praised as unparalleled in modern football.

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Professional surfing is a highly competitive occupation. World title races are increasingly tight. And sometimes it all comes down to the wire.

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