Definition of kickboard
: a buoyant rectangular board held by a swimmer while developing kicking techniques
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Equipment, including kickboards, inflatable swimming rings and four-person rubber boats, is available for rent.
His company credits him with introducing the first commercial line of plastic kickboards and developing the nylon swimming suit, among other innovations.
Other young swimmers shared the lane, but Mardini, 18, kept her own pace, darting down the center, emerging at the edge of the pool from time to time to exchange the duck — used for balance training — for a snorkel or a kickboard.
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