Definition of boardsailor in English:

boardsailor

noun

  • See boardsailing

    • ‘‘Some days it's hard to pick your poison,’ the boardsailor admits.’
    • ‘Lured by the high winds, powerful currents, and the resulting massive swells, these daredevils routinely face conditions that would overwhelm most boardsailors.’
    • ‘In 1994, he became the first boardsailor to compete in the 125-mile Newport to Ensenada Race.’
    • ‘Standing directly in front of me, an Anchorage boardsailor gracefully balanced her tiny battered board and her tiny sail in the 45-mile-per-hour gale as she prepared to jump from a rock into a soft-looking eddy below.’
    • ‘This is an especially good place to watch boardsailors because you can get fairly close to the action.’