Trabalho realizado por:
Rita Ribeiro Nº 14
• Snowboarding is a winter sport that involves descending a slope that is
covered with snow while standing on a board atta...
•

Snowboarding has been around since the 1920s, when people would tie plywood
or wooden planks from barrels to their feet...
Since snowboarding's inception as an established winter sport, it has developed
various styles, each with its own speciali...
Jibbing

Freeriding

Alpine Snowboarding
Slopestyle

Big air

Half-pipe
Boardercross

Big mountain and freeride

Rail jam
Snowboard Racing
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Snowboarding

  1. 1. Trabalho realizado por: Rita Ribeiro Nº 14
  2. 2. • Snowboarding is a winter sport that involves descending a slope that is covered with snow while standing on a board attached to a rider's feet, using a special boot set onto a mounted binding. The development of snowboarding was inspired by skateboarding , sledding, surfing and skiing. It was developed in the United States in the 1960s and became a Winter Olympic Sport in 1998.
  3. 3. • Snowboarding has been around since the 1920s, when people would tie plywood or wooden planks from barrels to their feet using clotheslines and horse reins in order to steer themselves down hills. Modern snowboarding began in 1965 when Sherman Poppen, an engineer in Muskegon, Michigan, invented a toy for his daughter by fastening two skis together and attaching a rope to one end so she would have some control as she stood on the board and glided downhill. Dubbed the "snurfer" (combining snow and surfer), the toy proved so popular among his daughter's friends that Poppen licensed the idea to a manufacturer that sold about a million snurfers over the next decade. And, in 1966 alone over half a million snurfers were sold.
  4. 4. Since snowboarding's inception as an established winter sport, it has developed various styles, each with its own specialized equipment and technique. The most common styles today are: freeride, freestyle, and freecarve/race. These styles are used for both recreational and professional snowboarding. While each style is unique, there is overlap between them. See also List of snowboard tricks.
  5. 5. Jibbing Freeriding Alpine Snowboarding
  6. 6. Slopestyle Big air Half-pipe
  7. 7. Boardercross Big mountain and freeride Rail jam
  8. 8. Snowboard Racing
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