Surfing

Surfing

Have you ever stood at the shore of the vast endless ocean, watching mighty waves swell up in the heart of it, and wondered what it’s like to be there, with no civilization around you, just you, the waves and the sea? Now imagine if you could be yet another creature in the sea, riding with the waves. Not conquering them, but being a part of a universe so surreal that it reminds you of everything that is good in the world!

Surfing is a much loved surface water sport wherein the surfer- or the wave rider- rides the face of a moving wave on a surfboard, and gets carried back to the shore with the wave. Where surfers usually stand up on their surfboards while riding the waves, bodyboarders lie on their boards on their bellies to ride the waves. Knee boarding, bodyboarding and surf matting are all different types of surfing. A 23.8 meters wave ridden by Garrett McNamara in Portugal was recorded as the largest wave ever surfed by The Guinness Book of World Records.

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