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Snowboarding

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Special Olympics Minnesota snowboarder posing on hill

The physical demands of this fast-paced sport are challenging for any athlete. At a minimum, snowboarding requires quick reflexes, good balance and strong physical fitness.

As in all Special Olympics sports, athletes are grouped in competition divisions according to ability level, age and gender.

Beginner: Glide Event
Novice: Downhill, Giant Slalom and Slalom
Intermediate: Downhill, Giant Slalom and Slalom
Advanced: Downhill, Giant Slalom and Slalom

Special Olympics snowboarding was first introduced at the 2001 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Anchorage, Alaska. Twenty-three athletes from three programs competed.

When is Snowboarding offered?

December through March
Winter Games

Where is Snowboarding offered?

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