Definition of wakeboard
: a short board with foot bindings on which a rider is towed by a motorboat across its wake and especially up off the crest for aerial maneuvers
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On July 8, a first wave pushed the nose of the wakeboard boat down.
In the main channel of the lake on a Friday afternoon in June, the Highway Patrol’s White watched as weekend boaters began to cruise the water with their beer coolers and wakeboards.
Mr. Richman performs wakeboard-like tricks 50 feet in the air and uses his kite to ride a surfboard on Pe’ahi, or Jaws, a wave on Maui renowned for its 30-plus-foot faces.
Locals posted videos on social media of people on wakeboards, surfboards and even personal watercraft on streets that had become waterways.
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