There are various different Olympic Snowboarding events with different rules for each. A consistent rule is that the contestants must not have taken any performance enhancing drugs.
The three olympic snowboarding events are: snowboard cross, halfpipe, and parallel giant slalom.
Olympic sport yes... there are several snowboarding events in the winter games
Snowboarding and Freestyle skiing events.
Snowboarding became an Olympic event in 1998.
Well there's skiing,snowboarding, ski jump and that's all i know
Snowboarding made its first olympic appearance in the 1998 winter olympics
Snowboarding was started in the USA in the 1960s and was an Olympic sport in 1968.
Each of the Olympic athletes at the 2010 Vancouver winter games competed at events in the city and in nearby locations like Whistler and Richmond. Similar events like snowboarding and skiing where held at the same venue to minimize on travel.
Freestyle snowboarding is an Olympic sport. Snowboarding is only in the winter Olympics, which run every 4 years, the last year the Olympics ran was 2012.
Any of the Skiing and snowboarding events
Snowboarding hockey skiing
Nagano, Japan in 1998
Snowboarding was introduced in 1998 with halfpipe and giant slalom
There are ten events in olympic decathlon
Ross Rebagliati of Canada in men's giant slalom at the 1998 Winter Games in Nagano.
Each athlete pledges to uphold the oaths of the Olympic Games which includes rules against doping. Olympic medalists are all drug tested within a few hours of their events conclusion.