Kneeboarding is a water boardsport where the surfer faces the waves, either towed or not, on their knees. Kneeboarding rose to fame in the 1950’s, which is also when kneeboards started to be produced commercially. Right now, it isn't hard to understand why the sport is becoming more and more popular, considering how insanely fun it is! So, book your spot on a kneeboarding camp and see exactly how much fun you can have on a kneeboard!
When people think about Australia, besides kangaroos and koalas, surfing is also one of the first things that remind them of the country. And yet, the sport was introduced in 1915 by Duke Kahanamoku from Hawaii.
After surviving an emotionally and physically abusive stepfather, multiple arrests, six years in high school, and time in drug rehab, I managed to become a lawyer and business owner. However, after overcoming such odds, I quickly became disillusioned with society’s version of success.
When asked about where to find the best surfing spots in the world, most people would answer Hawaii or Bali. Well, they are both right and wrong at the same time.
Separated from Europe by the narrow Strait of Gibraltar, Morocco is often considered an extension of the Old Continent by passionate wave riders. Having been pinned on the surf map ever since the 1950s, the country has become a stronghold for surfers from far and wide, who flock to its awesome waves to escape the cold winters back home.
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