Rail Jam Snowboard
Rail jam snowboarding is a type of freestyle snowboarding competition that takes place on a course consisting of a series of rails, boxes, and other obstacles. The goal of rail jam snowboarding is for riders to perform a series of tricks and maneuvers on the rails and obstacles while demonstrating technical skill, creativity, and style.
The rail jam course typically includes a variety of obstacles, such as rails, boxes, and other features that require riders to navigate and perform tricks on. Riders are judged based on the overall impression of their performance, taking into account factors such as difficulty, execution, creativity, and amplitude.
In a rail jam competition, riders take turns completing a run down the course, with judges scoring each run on a scale of 0 to 100. Riders are typically allowed multiple runs, with their best score counting towards their final ranking. The rider with the highest overall score is declared the winner.
Rail jam snowboarding is a fast-paced, dynamic sport that requires a combination of technical skill, physical fitness, and creativity. It has become increasingly popular in recent years, with competitions held at both the amateur and professional levels. The sport is often associated with a more urban, street-style aesthetic and has been embraced by snowboarders seeking to push the boundaries of what is possible on the mountain.