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Aerial


Surfing manoeuvre in which surfer and board take off from the top part of a wave, then drop back into it.

Barrel


Space between the face of a breaking wave and its lip.

Break


The point where the wave broke; usually in a depth of 1,3 times the height of the wave fronts.

Carving


Doing turns by pushing the rail into the face of the wave as far as possible.

Curl


The concave face of a wave just before breaking.

Deck


Top part of a surfboard on which the surfer stands.

Dropping


Sliding down the face of a wave in the beginning of a ride.

Face


The steep part of a wave facing the shore.

Fins


The fins on surfboards are usually shaped to resemble a dolphin’s dorsal fin. They can be attached to the bottom of the board.

Floater


Manoeuvre in which the surfer goes along and/or over the top.

Goofy Foot


Surfer who stands on the board right foot forward.

Lip


The protruding part on the top of a breaking wave, also the most powerful part of the wave.

Locals


Regulars at a particular surf spot.

Nose


The first 30cm (12’’) of a surfboard.

Rail


Edge of a surfboard, usually used to signify the lower half of the edge.

Rash Guard


Synthetic shirts worn mainly for sun protection.

Regular Foot


Surfer who stands on the board left foot forward.

Ride


The riding on a wave.

Roundhouse Cutback


180° turn from the shoulder of the wave back to the curl, requires great speed and skill.

Shoulder


Part of a breaking wave that hasn’t broken.

Tail


The rear 30cm (12’’) of a surfboard.

Wipeout


Falling off the board while surfing a wave.

Zenith


The highest point of the crest.

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