What was once considered a rebel sport and a nuisance to ski areas has grown into a popular winter sport. The half pipe is a long half cylinder of packed snow where the athlete performs tricks while moving from the start to the finish. Each run is scored by judges and is based on standard criteria and this sport has it for women and men.
There are no general rules for Snowboarding, only to stay within the boundaries of the mountain/ resort you are snowboarding at. If you are competing they should tell you the rules when you sign up or before you start.
what are the rules of snow boarding
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.
Xstreme Snowboarding :D
most boarders wernt aloud in resorts
Globalization would result in the consolidation of all companies and countries into one. All rules and regulations regarding snowboarding (or anything else) would be the same worldwide.
the rules are you go and jump off a plane and then hijack a snowboard shop steal all of the snowboards and race down a hill
there is no difference, half pipe snowboarding is just regualr snowboarding on a half pipe
you are not allow to fall down...or else you lose...automatically you are not allow to fall down...or else you lose...automatically
Snowboarding originated from surfing.
snowboarding, but you already had that correct.
Snowboarding in in the winter olympics
defenatly snowboarding. I've done both and I'd recomend snowboarding.
One can find snowboarding music on You Tube, through the Snowboarding Forum, and the Snowboard Magazine. It has a list of appropriate music for snowboarding.
Snowboarding was invented in Vermont U.S.A.
99.9% of the human population sucks at snowboarding.
Tom Sims invented snowboarding on 1963.
Massive Snowboarding happened in 2005.
nope snowboarding beats all!
Snowboarding is an exciting sport.
Forum Snowboarding was created in 1996.
Bonfire Snowboarding was created in 1989.
no snowboarding didn't start here
Snowboarding was invented in the United States.
How much money is spent on snowboarding?