How to kneeboard surf

Invented by Southern California surfers, kneeboarding is a crossover water sport that blends the thrill of wakeboarding and water skiing with the adrenaline rush of surfing.

Kneeboarding in the waves, also known as kneeboard surf or knee-riding, has always been an alternative form of stand-up surfing, but, as time passed by, matured into a proper water sport.

Because they ride the wave closer the water surface, kneeboarders often say that the sensation of speed is greater than in surfing.

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Shark incidents force cancellation of the 2018 Margaret River Pro

The World Surf League (WSL) decided to cancel the remainder of the 2018 Margaret River Pro.

The third event on the 2018 Championship Tour saw two separate shark incidents taking place near Gracetown, roughly six kilometers away from Margaret River's Main Break.

Sophie Goldschmidt, CEO of WSL, informed the surfers that there were not enough conditions to resume the contest and that the sharky waters would threaten the safety of the competitors.

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Why are beginner surfboards useful?

Beginner surfboards are a key piece of equipment for learning to surf.

Whether you've booked a few surf lessons or decided to learn by yourself, the so-called soft-top surfboards are the right tool for the early surfing attempts.

There are hundreds of beginner surfboards on the market and, sometimes, finding the ideal equipment can be complicated and confusing.

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Invented by Southern California surfers, kneeboarding is a crossover water sport that blends the thrill of wakeboarding and water skiing with the adrenaline rush of surfing.

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The Kiteboarding Riders United (KRU) and the Global Kitesports Association (GKA) released a joint statement clarifying the current situation in professional freestyle kiteboarding.

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The full schedule for the 2018 European Skimboarding Cup (ESC) has been released.