Synonyms for snowboarding or Related words with snowboarding

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Examples of "snowboarding"
Alpine snowboarding shares more visual similarities with skiing equipment than it does with snowboarding equipment. Compared to freestyle snowboarding gear:
The International Snowboarding Federation was a body organised to run snowboarding competition.
SummitX Snowboarding is a snowboarding video game from Com2us developed by Free Range Games.
U.S. Snowboarding creates the Chevrolet U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix series, a domestic competition tour bringing together the top riders in the world. It was the first snowboarding series to award equal prize money to male and female competitors. The Grand Prix was created with snowboarding progression as a top priority and would later become the qualifying series for fielding the U.S. Olympic snowboarding team.
She enjoyed snowboarding, and as a teenager was a licensed snowboarding teacher. She moved to Toronto in 2002.
In 1995, "Transworld Snowboarding" recognized Sanders' contributions to women in the sport, honoring her as a Pioneer Woman of Snowboarding.
In 2003, "Transworld Snowboarding" magazine (editors & readers) ranked Bachelor as the fourth best snowboarding resort in North America.
Former amateur surf promoter Chuck Allen incorporates the United States Amateur Snowboarding Association (USASA) in July with a $500 donation from Transworld SNOWboarding Magazine. USASA is the first governing body exclusively for competitive amateur snowboarding.
Peter is a multiple time competitor in the Winter X games, winning the Big Air Snowboarding event in 1997 and 1999, the Snowboarding Slopestyle event in 1999, and the Snowboarding Big-Air event in 2000.
Jankowski was the Head U.S. Freeskiing and U.S. Snowboarding Coach, and the U.S. Snowboarding Halfpipe and Slopestyle Head Coach, for the 2014 U.S. Snowboarding Team at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
U.S. Snowboarding, the snowboarding arm of the United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA), is committed to the progression of snowboarding by providing athletic programs, services, and competitions for male and female athletes of all ages, coast-to-coast.
Transworld Snowboarding is an American magazine and website focused on the snowboarding culture. The magazine is now published 4 times a year and features the sport, culture and lifestyle of modern snowboarding.
Twisted Edge Extreme Snowboarding is the third snowboarding game released for the Nintendo 64 after "Snowboard Kids" then "1080° Snowboarding". It is known in Japan as King Hill 64: Extreme Snowboarding. While "Twisted Edge" was not very well received commercially or critically, it covered the snowboard niche between "Cool Boarders 2" and "1080° Snowboarding" by focusing on tricks (unlike "1080°", which focused on racing), and providing a more intuitive control system than that found in "Cool Boarders 2".
U.S. Snowboarding is the most successful international snowboarding program over the last 10 years and the most successful USSA Olympic program. Since the inclusion of snowboarding as a medal sport in 1998, U.S. Snowboarding has accounted for 14 Olympic medals, including the historic sweep of the podium in men’s halfpipe in 2002 and a best in the world performance of seven medals in 2006.
The Chevy Revolution Tour is a snowboarding competition series created in 2005 by U.S. Snowboarding to bridge the gap between grassroots level and elite snowboarding competitions. The sole purpose of the Chevy Revolution Tour is to help young riders make the jump to elite level competition and to progress the sport of snowboarding
Top finishers earn "nation's quota" starting spots at the Visa U.S. Snowboarding Cup, a World Cup competition held annually in Lake Placid, NY. Young riders competing in the Race to the Cup are also eligible to qualify for the FIS Snowboarding Junior World Championships and the U.S. Snowboarding Project Gold Team, an opportunity to train with U.S. Snowboarding at their annual summer camp.
Noted in the book Snowboarding: The Ultimate Guide as being among the creators of the hardcore image associated with the professional snowboarding lifestyle, Kearns leveraged his experience within the snowboarding culture and continued to work in the industry as a filmmaker, director and producer, working on several snowboarding and skateboarding films that were sponsored by brands, including Burton, Volcom, Oakley and Forum.
Amped: Freestyle Snowboarding, in Japan, is an Xbox exclusive snowboarding video game. It is the first of the "Amped" video game series.
Lithuanian Snowboarding Championships (lt. - "Lietuvos snieglenčių sporto čempionatas") is open national championship of snowboarding in Lithuania, which was established in 2011.
In 2003, she was a U.S. snowboard Grand Prix champion, a U.S. Open of snowboarding champion, and a Triple Crown of Snowboarding champion.