People who lived in snow-covered lands. The exact person is probably not recorded.
But skiing has been around a long time. In Sweden, scientists found some skis that are 4,500 years old. There are also cave drawings that shows that skiing is older than that. Skiing wasn't something they did for fun. People used skis for getting around or hunting in the snow.
Water skiing was invented in the early 1900s.
Skiing was invented and first played at Norway.
People invented skiing as a means of transport between the mountains.
No. Skiing is far older than Canada.
Yes, skiing was invented in Norway.
Skiing was invented in Scandinavia where they used to speak Norse, the word skiing comes from the old Norse word skíð which translates as a stick of wood
It was invented in Norway.
Skiing was invented because some people were having trouble going trough the snow, so they used animal bones that they hunted down.
In 1922, when Ralph Samuelson of Minnesota first discovered water skiing.
Yes and no. Everyone says that skiing was invented before snowboarding but painting in Norway show people riding on planks of colorful wood.
adventure jet skiing.
I think skiing started in Scandinavia as a mode of transport. Sandre Norheim of Norway is known as the father of modern skiing and was considered one of the best skiers at jumping, parallel, and Telemark style turning during the 1800's. From there, skiing was brought to the Alps and the US. Skiing might have been invented separately in China, but I'm not sure about that. Alpine skiing came around in the Alps in the 1880:s.
It is not exactly clear when cross country skiing was invented as a competitive sport. It is accepted the first competitive races were held in Norway in 1879 and it has grown from there.
Ty McLennan created the sport in 1926
Lake City, Minnesota, on Lake Pepin
Skis were first invented in Norway.
Pioneer Sondre Norheim, from Morgedal in Telemark, Norway has often been called the father of modern skiing for inventing the equipment and techniques that led to modern skiing as we see it today
Kite skiing is a relatively new sport that Otto Lilienthal is credited with inventing. This was most common in Germany and in Sweden.
Arnold lunn of british colombia Canada in 1466