Amit:  9412051979 
For enquiries contact -  
Wind Surfing << Back
Rating :   Rate it Comment it
Surfing refers to a person or boat riding down a wave and thereby gathering speed from the downward movement. Most commonly, the term is used for a surface water sport in which the person surfing is carried along the face of a breaking ocean wave (the "surf") standing on a surfboard. Surfboards can also be used on rivers on standing waves. Both are sometimes called stand-up surfing, to distinguish it from bodyboarding, in which the individual riding the wave does not stand up on the board and on
According to the website for a commercial documentary[1] surfing was a central part of ancient Polynesian culture, and the chief was the most skilled wave rider in the community with the best board made from the best tree. Moreover, the ruling class had the best beaches and the best boards, and commoners were not allowed on the same beaches, but they could gain prestige by their ability to ride the surf on their extremely heavy boards. According to the same website, surfing permeated ancient Pol
  Association Contribute  
  Legend Contribute  
  Equipment Contribute  
  Book Contribute  
  Photo Contribute  
  Event Contribute