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One of the newest and fastest spreading sports is snowboarding As this sport has come along several clichs have been formed One outstanding one is that all snowboarders are reckless teenagers who should go home Well it is true for the most part but there are also exceptions The safe ones The key to snowboarding is safety A good rider is a safe rider A boarder must always follow the official code of responsibility Boarders must also protect themselves If safety is not taken seriously snowboarding can be dangerous The code of responsibility is as follows 1 Ride under control and in such a manner that you can stop or avoid other riders or objects Recently a snowboarder did not follow this rule and hit a jump and landed on a skier killing him 2 When riding downhill or overtaking another rider you must avoid the rider below you This rule should be followed when passing those slow skiers who take up the whole hill with the unnecessarily long turns 3 You must not stop where you obstruct a trail or are not visible from above When local snowboarder Pepper Fajans stopped under a jump to pick up a hat and goggles another snowboarder came over the jump and hit Fajans Fajans should have followed this rule 4 When entering a trail or starting downhill yield to other riders Not yielding to others can cause a collision 5 All riders shall use devices to prevent runaway skis A leash around the ankle will prevent a miss held board from sliding down he hill and hitting somebody Fines can be around 500 if a runaway prevention device isnt worn 6 A rider shall keep off closed trails and posted areas and observe all posted signs Often these signs will give warning of a cliff and should be taken seriously Even if you follow the rules though there is still room for injury The law does not
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