Surfing adventure sports
The ancient Hawaiians can trace back wave surfing to as long as 1000 year ago, when even the King Kamehameha enjoyed the thrill of wave riding. In 1777, Captain James Cook noted on a Hawaiian surfer that he must feel such extreme pleasure driven on so fast and so smoothly by the sea.
The sport lingered until the early 20th century, when it began taking up international appeal. In 1912, Duke Kahanamoku took the sport across the world where it got popularized in California, Australia, and New York. Surfing took off in Southern California where it promoted a new and free spirited lifestyle.
With the advent of the lightweight fiberglass board in the 1950s, the sport exploded with a new surf culture. Surfing and the beach became a way of life. Surfing is normally characterized by riding a wave on a board while attempting to stand upright as he is hurled towards the shore. on a board and brought
Surfing dates back to around 1000 years ago when it was recorded A person rides a board on waves running up the sea shore. Standing up gives the surfer an unparalleled control over their board, allowing them to perform spectacular tricks.Surfing is now a worldwide phenomenon with surfers congregating to just about every spot on the planet that has great surf.