- Nov 24, 2017 -

Surfboards are sports equipment that people use for surfing. The initial use of surfboard length of about 5 meters, weighing 50 to 60 kg. After the Second World War, there was a foam board, the shape of the board also improved. Now the surfboard is 1.5 to 2.7 meters long, 60 centimeters wide and 7 to 10 centimeters thick. The board is light and flat, slightly narrower at the front and rear ends, and a stabilizing caudal fin at the bottom. In order to increase the friction, also coated with a waxy outer membrane. The weight of all surfboards is only 11 ~ 26 kg.

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Surfing is a water sport that an athlete stands on a surfboard or surf the waves with webs, kneeling boards, inflatable rubber pads, rowing boats, kayaks, and more. No matter what kind of equipment, athletes must have a high skill and balance ability, at the same time be good at storm

Long-distance swimming.

Surfing is the athlete first prone or kneeling on the surfboard, hand-drawn to where appropriate for a starting point for the waves. When the waves push the surfboard to slide, the athlete keeps the surfboard up front in front of the waves, with the natural front and rear legs open (usually with the balance legs in the front and the control legs behind) Waves, rapid taxiing.