Welcome to "Snowboarding" trivia! Test your knowledge of one of the world's most popular winter sports. Snowboarding started in the 1960s as a way to modify and adapt the traditional sport of skiing to a modern style. It quickly grew in popularity, with competitive riders competing in the 1998 Nagano Olympics. Today, snowboarding is popular among both professional and recreational riders, with millions of people hitting the slopes every year. Whether you're a seasoned pro or just a beginner, brush up on your snowboarding knowledge and see how much you really know!
1) When Snowboarding first became an Olympic event?
2) Who started the Ski and Snowboard schools in 1960?
3) What type of snowboard is considered the most advanced?
4) How many Olympic snowboarding events are there?
5) What is the name of the highly acclaimed snowboarding movie released in 1998?
6) What type of snowboard is best for beginner and intermediate riders?
7) What style of snowboarding uses terrain features like rails, steps and boxes?
8) What is a snowboard halfpipe?
9) Who invented the first modern snowboard?
10) What type of snowboard is best for advanced riders?
11) What is the name of the highest-rated snowboard movie ever made?
12) Who is considered to be the father of modern snowboarding?
13) What type of snowboard is best for riders who want to go fast?
14) What type of snowboard is best for riders who want to do jumps and tricks?
15) What type of snowboard is best for riders who want to ride on and off the groomed runs?
16) When was Snowboarding first included in the Winter Olympics?
17) What year did the first snowboarder ride down Mount Everest?
18) Name the first snowboarding trick?
19) What sport did snowboarding evolve from?
20) What is the name of the snowboarding trick invented by Terje Håkonsen?
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