Type of surfing done from a kneeling position, usually on a small, wide, blunt-nosed board; a popular and progressive alternative to stand-up surfing in the 1960s and '70s, but a fading practice by the '80s. Kneeboarders often say they chose their version of the sport over stand-up surfing because of the increased sensation of speed that comes from riding closer to the water surface. In decades p...

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