Must-Know Snowboard Statistics [Recent Analysis]

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"Snowboarding makes up about 30% of winter sports participants."

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"In 2020, there were approximately 7.61 million snowboarders in the United States."

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"About 32% of snowboarding participants are female."

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"During the 2017/18 season, 14.33% of snowboarders in North America visited ski resorts for 1-2 days."

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"84.6% of snowboarders also participated in alpine skiing in 2020."

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"The global snow sports market was valued at $6.11 billion in 2019."

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"In 2016, more than half of all snowboarders in the United States (50.9%) considered themselves to be at an intermediate skill level."

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"Approximately 41.5% of snowboarders reside in the Western United States."

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"The United States had the highest number of ski resorts in 2020, with 503."

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"Snowboard boots accounted for 20.3% of US snow sports equipment sales in the 2013/14 season."

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"In 2020, Shaun White became the richest snowboarder in the world, with a net worth of $40 million."

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"More than 60% of snowboard purchases are made online."

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"Approximately 72% of snowboarding accidents are caused by rider error."

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"Wrist injuries are the most common snowboarding-related injuries, accounting for 28% of all cases."

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"The first Winter X Games snowboarding event was held in 1997."

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