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snowboard

a shaped board, resembling a skateboard without wheels, on which a person can stand to slide across snow
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Skiers and snowboarders will now have increased choice and flexibility, with over 55,000 ski seats on sale for winter 19/20 from Birmingham Airport.
Skiers and snowboarders have even more choice and flexibility, with over 55,000 ski seats on sale for Winter 19/20 from Birmingham Airport.
The case involves a ski instructor who was teaching a young student when she was severely injured upon being struck by a snowboarder performing an aerial trick.
In addition, the week of March 12-18 will also feature a Shred for Hunger food drive where all skiers and snowboarders can bring in a non-perishable food item(s) and receive $5 off their lift ticket.
Lee said he likes his nickname because it explains everything about his life as a snowboarder.
Behind bobsled, the most right swiped male athletes on the app were ice hockey players, followed by snowboarders, alpine skiers and skeleton racers.
Bongbyeong: Kelly Clark, the greatest female snowboarder in history and the single figure most responsible for the incandescence on display at the Phoenix Park half-pipe, could see the end of her Olympic career.
OLYMPIC TIMETABLE 11am - Opening ceremony, with Lizzy Yarnold carrying the GB flag 1am (tomorrow) Snowboarders Billy Morgan, Rowan Coultas and Jamie Nicholls in men's slopestyle qualifying 7.15am (tomorrow) Annika Taylor in women's crosscountry 7.5km skiathlon
At the Jahorina ski resort, visitors and snowboarders currently have at their disposal all seven installations, 35 kilometers of alpine slopes and two training platforms.
"While some injuries are unavoidable, many are caused by skiers and snowboarders exceeding their comfort zone in either speed or technical challenges on the mountain.
The snowboarders' car was found in the parking lot.
(2012) showed that a single question used for self-assessment of risk taking behavior when interviewing skiers and snowboarders on slopes was associated with SS.