Skimboarding is an underestimated sport on the board, the progenitor of which is surfing. Only skimboarders ride more often than not on the crest of a wave, they are well suited for shallow water, wet sand and even wet grass on a golf course. Arriving on the sandy beach, you can see a whole view on the beach. Skimboders start from the wet sand, return to shore, while doing 180 and 360 degrees U-turns, surprising the enthusiastic audience.
More recently, this sport has become known around the world. However, he was born almost 100 years ago in the small resort town of Laguna Beach in Southern California, where the coast is indented with cliffs, small cozy beaches are hidden from roads and prying eyes. Continue reading
Windsurfing is a type of sailing. This entertainment consists in running on the water a small board with a sail. The projectile itself is called a “sailing board” or “windsurf”, it consists directly of a small board (2 – 4.7 meters) made of floating material and a flexible sail.
In fact, this is also a sailing vessel, but without a helm, instead, it is controlled by tilting the mast and sail, or by tilting the board itself directly from side to side. A similar method is used when planing. Speed control depends on the installation of the sail relative to the wind, which is carried out using a boom (the crossbar for which the athlete holds).
Despite the dependence on the wind, water spaces can be plowed with any of its strength. It all depends on the practice and dexterity of the windsurfer. In addition, it is possible to perform some tricks (jumps, coups, etc.), but this is the lot of professionals. Continue reading
Who would have thought that barfuting will come in water skiing. An explosion of popularity was provided to him by water sports enthusiasts from Florida – they posted a video on the Internet that quickly gained a lot of views. It was in the summer of 2014, since then this sport has attracted a large number of supporters – both professionals and amateurs. Strong and courageous athletes are not stopped by the increased injury risk and more stringent training requirements – they are happy to test their strength.
Barefooting comes from the English barefoot – barefoot. The idea to drive a boat on bare heels belongs to Dick Pope and he made his first race in March 1947. This fact is disputed by sports historians – some believe that the discoverer was Hancock, a young man of 17 years old. Interestingly, these wonderful people also come from Florida. Continue reading