Snowboarding


The first ever snowboard was build in 1929 by Jack Burchett, but the real breakthroughs were in the 1970's: in 1970 inspired the surfboard Dimitri Milovich to build a snowboard, and in 1975 Jake Burton build a snowboard with bended wood or fiber. The first Snowboarding race was in 1982 in Suicide Six, VT in the USA. The International Snowboard Federation was founded in 1990. In 1994 the Fédération Internationale de Ski also started governing Snowboarding, and in 2002 the ISF folded. There's a rich variety of speed and technical skill driven disciplines. For more info see Wikipedia.

Olympic Games:
M:Parallel Giant Slalom
M:Half-Pipe
M:Cross W:Parallel Giant Slalom
W:Half-Pipe
W:Cross
Defunct Events:
M:Giant Slalom W:Giant Slalom

World Championships:
M:Parallel Slalom
M:Parallel Giant Slalom
M:Half-Pipe
M:Big Air
M:Cross
M:Slopestyle
W:Parallel Slalom
W:Parallel Giant Slalom
W:Half-Pipe
W:Cross
W:Slopestyle
Defunct Events:
M:Slalom M:Giant Slalom W:Slalom W:Giant Slalom

World Cup:

Universiade:

Junior World Championships:

Defunct Events: