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  • noun One who takes part in the sport of paddleboarding.


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  • Authorities say a 19-year-old Everett man is missing and presumed drowned in the Stillaguamish River in Snohomish County and a Kirkland paddleboarder has died after he was pulled unconscious from Lake Washington.

    The Seattle Times 2011

  • So if you know a standup paddleboarder, point out they would be a lot cooler if they followed the latest craze for flatwater cruising and touring instead. | Top Stories 2012

  • What do an 83-year-old Michigan man, a stand-up paddleboarder and about a dozen members of the Sweeney family have in common?

    AdirondackDailyEnterprise 2010

  • For paddleboarder Jan Brabant, the conditions were a whole different issue.

    AdirondackDailyEnterprise 2010

  • In both cases, the paddleboarder must master the art of balancing on a surfboard about 30 inches wide, which is wider than most touring sea kayaks. - News : 2009

  • A stand-up paddleboarder can go out for a tour with a kayaker or canoeist alongside, and the two can trade off. - News : 2009

  • "I can see the swimmers point of view, the paddleboard is big and if you have no control, you can get hurt," said Dougie Cayan, a standup paddleboarder from Mililani.

    unknown title 2009

  • A paddleboarder meets a whale, and a boy on skates limbos under a car.

    Telegraph Major News 2009

  • A paddleboarder discovered 48-year-old Hart at about 5 p.m.

    The Orange County Register - Homepage 2009

  • "It's a great overall workout," said competitive stand-up paddleboarder Jennifer Koki, 26, of Punchbowl.

    unknown title 2009


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