One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘For my money the risk in snowblading is the lack of stability from a small sliding base, which means if you go over it's likely to be a fast fall with a smack landing.’
- ‘He was injured while snowblading at night when he hit a metal cable separating two trails.’
- ‘Now something of a generic term for various activities on snow, skiing can actually mean snowboarding, snowblading or, for those with their finger firmly on the quickening pulse of snowsport, twin-tip skiing.’
- ‘There's little doubt snowblading, like snowboarding, appeals to thrill seekers.’
- ‘Those who only get out a few times a year to ski will find snowblading more satisfying and rewarding.’
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