Winter Olympics

Snowboarding

Snowboarding owes its origins to inspiration from other similar winter sports like sledding and skiing, as well as skateboarding. It was invented in the United States in the 1960s, where it evolved from a sport called "snuring" (referring to a combination of snow and surfing). The popularity of snowboarding gained momentum in the 1970s and 1980s. Snowboarding first made its Olympic appearance in 1998, at the Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan.


Men's Slopestyle Finals

Rank Country
1 United States Of America
2 Canada
3 Canada

Women's Slopestyle Finals

Rank Country
1 United States Of America
2 Canada
3 Finland

Women's Halfpipe Finals

Rank Country
1 United States Of America
2 China
3 United States Of America

Men's Halfpipe Finals

Rank Country
1 United States Of America
2 Japan
3 Australia

Men's Snowboard Cross Finals

Rank Country
1 France
2 Australia
3 Spain

Women's Snowboard Cross Finals

Rank Country
1 Italy
2 France
3 Czech Republic

Women's Big Air Finals

Rank Country
1 Austria
2 United States Of America
3 New Zealand

Men's Big Air Finals

Rank Country
1 Canada
2 United States Of America
3 United Kingdom

Men's Parallel Giant Slalom Finals

Rank Country
1 Switzerland
2 South Korea
3 Slovenia

Women's Parallel Giant Slalom Finals

Rank Country
1 Czech Republic
2 Germany
3 Germany

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