Now that a new snowboard event has made its first Olympic debut, let's take a look back at the last time snowboarding was an Olympic "first time."
In what many thought would be Shaun White's crowning moment, it was Iouri Podladtchikov who provided the storybook ending.
U.S. snowboarder Jamie Anderson met the hype head on and will leave Sochi the first Olympic gold medalist in women's slopestyle history.
A huge statement was made at the first snowboard slopestyle contest in Olympic history Saturday afternoon. But it wasn't the riders with the loudest voices: It was the judges.
While the world has its eyes trained on Sochi, Travis Rice reminds us that snowboarding has another, older, more beloved "Olympics" -- the Legendary Baker Banked Slalom.
Jamie Anderson has given the United States a sweep in slopestyle snowboarding at the Sochi Olympics.