Boardwalk Blowup: hitting the Indialantic ramps

A spectacular group of skimboarders invaded Indialantic, in Florida, for two days of Boardwalk Blow-Up 2013, with shifting ocean conditions.

The Boardwalk Blow-Up is a skimboarding institution. Dozens of experienced and novice skimmers returned to the Floridian sands for a couple of action days.

In the first day of competition, there were clean, 1-2 foot offshore waves pumping Indialantic. In small wave conditions, it's easier to confirm who the best riders are.

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Skimboarding: the power of the wake

A group of skimboarders and wakeboarders decided to get the most of wake surf waves to ride it at Boca Grande Pass, Florida.

The Phase 5 Wakesurf Boards team hit the sands of Englewood to catch the boat wake and ride it endlessly. The deeper water right off the shoreline provided the ideal scenario for what the riders were trying to do.

Skimboarders included Stephen Bradford, Justin Boisclair, Dave Armstrong, Max Smetts, Drew Danielo, Dave Scott, Justin Shock and Zach Smetts.

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Ice Skimboarding: sliding over the speed strip

A group of skimboarders have proved that ice skimboarding can be fun. Just find the perfect spot and enjoy the ride.

Boardsports are boardsports, no matter how far you actually are from the water. If there's no liquid, grab a skimboard and hit the snow.

Five skimboarders, one girl included, have setup a perfect spot for ice skimboarding, on a frozen lake in Pine Valley, north of St. George, Utah.

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Nazaré probably is the most powerful beach break. The Portuguese big wave surfing spot is as exciting as it will test your limits - as a surfer and as a human being.

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Swim fins don't last forever - wear-and-tear is inevitable. However, you can always stretch their lifetime a bit by repairing the cracks that slowly appear in the rubber.

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