Surfing: sport of Hawaiian kings and king of aquatic sports. Practiced since time immemorial in the South Pacific, in the 20th century it has conqueRed beaches all around the world and given rise to many sports born from the imagination and passion of those practicing it. From windsurfing to kite surfing, passing through bodyboarding or tow – in surfing – which allows surfers, using jet skis, to conquer vertiginous aquatic peaks, impossible to face in the past with just the force of the arms – numerous technical innovations have allowed the tribe of wave – hunters to increase their numbers. Creative technology goes hand – in – hand with profound respect for the traditional cavalcades inherited from the past, such as Body Surfing, a movement of the body upon the wave inspiRed by dolphins, or Standup Paddling, done with a huge board maneuveRed on foot with the aid of a paddle. This book is a magnificent photographic journey through the history of gliding on waves, enriched by testimonies from top champions in each of the disciplines.