For some of us, winter means the official start of the season. For others, it’s just a few weeks – and maybe even a few days – of keeping things ‘snowy’ while they wait for summer to come back around. Whatever your answer might be, we know that there’s something about this time of year that gets everyone’s blood pumping – from skiers to snowboarders and snowboarder parents to snowboarding parents. While we can all enjoy the same winter activities all year round, there are certain seasons where our grownups have their own thing going on. And it’s totally fine if that’s how you rolls
The 2022 Winter Olympics in South Korea are going to be a beast. The organizers have announced that a total of 10,000 athletes from 188 countries will take part in the games. This makes it one of the most-performed sporting events in the world, and one of the only major global gatherings that’s still relatively affordable for ordinary people to participate in. If you’re wondering how you can get involved, wonder no more. Here’s everything you need to know about becoming a snowboard king or queen at the 2022 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. — By JENNIFER
The 2022 Winter Olympics will be a momentous occasion for the sport of snowboarding. The games will take place in PyeongChang, South Korea, and will feature more than a dozen events. There are multiple events for snowboarders of all skill levels. If you're looking to see if snowboarding's future is bright or grim, check out these facts about the 2022 Winter
Key Features 3 mountains with 30 levels Upgrade your skills Boost button for acceleration Simple intuitive controls Instruction Run down the slope and try to avoid all obstacles in your way. Follow the arrows for the perfect path. Use collected coins to upgrade your skills. There's also a boost button for acceleration.