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Snowboarding is a winter sport in which the competitors descend a snowy slope, using a snowboard (board, similar to a very wide ski) attached to their feet. It has been one of the newest Olympic sports, part of the Winter Olympics since 1998. Some of its disciplines are even younger, making a debut in 2006 and 2010.
Although hidden behind helmet and equipment, Snowboarding girls are pretty hot! They’re also a bit crazy, living on the edge.
Torah Bright is an Australian snowboarder born 1986. She is not only one of the hottest girls in the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, but she is also one of the most talented snowboarders in the world.
Australian Tarah is the Olympic Champion on Halfpipe Snowboarding in Vancouver!
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Hot Torah Bright having fun with hot friends..
Lindsey Jacobellis is an American snowboarder from Vermont. She was born August 19, 1985 and is one of the most talented snowboarders out the, but unfortunately she has a very bed luck on Olympic Games – On the 2006 Olympics she had an unbelievable lead of 43-meter over the second girl, but a goofy fault brought here to second place. And on this Olympics she was disqualified in the semifinal race.
Elena Hight is an American snowboarder. She is born August 17, 1989, in Hawaii. In the beginning she had a passion for surfing and was in a tandem with her dad, but later she turned into the snowboarding, where’s competing since 2003.
Elena has been named Transworld Snowboarding Rookie of the Year. Her best World Cup finish was 3rd in a halfpipe event in 2009. At the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Hight finished 6th. Today she did well in the qualification at the 2010 Winter Olympics, and later will compete in the semi-finals of Ladies’ Halfpipe Snowboarding.
Alexandra Jekova is a Bulgarian snowboarder. She is born 1987 in Sofia. Jekova started competing in both snowboard cross and parallel giant slalom, but has recently focused only on snowboard cross.
Prior to 2014 Alexandra is only 26, but already participated on three Olympic Games: 2006 Turin, 2010 Vancouver, and 2014 Sochi. Unfortunately for her, at the Games in Vancouver she fell badly in the qualifying rounds and injured herself, thus being unable to continue the competition.