Mission Statement: Snowboard Nova Scotia is committed to developing the sport and providing competitive opportunities for riders of all ages and ability.
FISHING FOR SNOW: NOVA SCOTIA 1998-2014
From a province known for their fishing, sailing, and Sidney Crosby, comes Fishing for Snow. This film dives into the improbable story of how a ski hill in Nova Scotia full of passionate people helped pave the way for generations of Olympic snowboarders. Ski Martock’s investment in providing not only a well-kept halfpipe for its local riders, but also an environment anchored by a knowledgeable coach and a supportive community fostered skilled and successful riders, Trevor Andrews, Sarah Conrad, and Alex Duckworth. Three individuals who have paved their own way to compete on the global stage.
With a Nova Scotian competing in every Olympics since snowboarding’s introduction at the 1998 Nagano Winter Games, the province hasn’t missed an Olympics yet. Join 2014 Olympian Alex Duckworth as she returns home to share her story in hopes of preserving this strange history that is Nova Scotian snowboarding.
Read more at http://www.snowboarder.com/videos/fishing-for-snow-nova-scotia-1998-2014/#G7crVTU4s3eMhAYR.99
Physical & Health Literacy Conference
The first ever Nova Scotia Provincial Physical & Health Literacy Conference is being held on October 22 & 23 – 2015 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Register for any of Snowboard Nova Scotias events online here. You must register for events online before midnight the night prior to, otherwise you will have to register in person. You can only register for the events online if you already have a membership. If you need a membership you can do that here.
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