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He claims. Since then, he has become an accomplished snowboarder, and now he can’t decide which board sport he enjoys the most. A California native, Jim lives in Santa Barbara and Sausalito, California. Founder of the Santa Barbara Montessori School, he is now head of Marin Montessori School, and is busy developing a junior high school curriculum that will include winter snowboarding trips to nearby Lake Tahoe’s slopes.

Basich founded Boarding for Breast Cancer, a nonprofit group that educates young people about the disease. She even writes to kids about snowboarding. She enjoys sharing her passion with others. I N N O VAT I O N I N SP O R T S 30 aerial (AYR-ee-uhl) describing tricks done off the ground air to fakie (AYR TO FAY-kee) a move that involves riding up the wall of the halfpipe, ollieing from the lip (edge), and then (without changing direction) riding back down the half-pipe wall to the opposite side; your forward foot becomes your back foot, and your back foot the front, so in a sense you’re “faking” the direction you’re going in alley-oop (AL-lee-OOP) a move that involves riding up the half-pipe wall, ollieing from the lip, then (while airborne) rotating your body and board a half circle and landing on the half-pipe wall with your same forward foot still forward; also called “ollie-oop” backside (BAK-side) types of turns with your back toward the mountain; sometimes called heelside bindings (BINE-dingz) straps that attach a snowboard to a snowboarder’s boots composite (kuhm-PAH-zit) made up of two or more distinct substances flexibility (flek-suh-BIHL-uh-tee) the state of being able to move, bend, or adjust frontside (FRUHNT-syde) types of turns with your body facing the slope; sometimes called toeside goofy-foot (GOO-fee-FOOT) a term for riding with your right foot forward, whether on a snowboard, skateboard, or surfboard; this term comes from surfing when, in the early 1960s, most surfers in California rode with their left foot forward; if you had your right foot forward, you were considered “goofy” half-pipe (HAF-PIPE) a U-shaped structure with opposing walls, used for snowboarding tricks ollie (AH-lee) a move in which a snowboarder transfers weight from the front foot to the back foot to snap the board up off the ground rad (RAD) awesome or cool slalom (SLAH-luhm) a kind of race in which competitors run a course through a series of gates to test technique, speed, and agility snake (SNAYK) to cut quickly in the path of another skier or snowboarder S n owb oa r di n g 31 BOOKS Gifford, Clive.

Her love of the sport led her to say, “I choose to get involved all the way with everything I do. ” Basich founded Boarding for Breast Cancer, a nonprofit group that educates young people about the disease. She even writes to kids about snowboarding. She enjoys sharing her passion with others. I N N O VAT I O N I N SP O R T S 30 aerial (AYR-ee-uhl) describing tricks done off the ground air to fakie (AYR TO FAY-kee) a move that involves riding up the wall of the halfpipe, ollieing from the lip (edge), and then (without changing direction) riding back down the half-pipe wall to the opposite side; your forward foot becomes your back foot, and your back foot the front, so in a sense you’re “faking” the direction you’re going in alley-oop (AL-lee-OOP) a move that involves riding up the half-pipe wall, ollieing from the lip, then (while airborne) rotating your body and board a half circle and landing on the half-pipe wall with your same forward foot still forward; also called “ollie-oop” backside (BAK-side) types of turns with your back toward the mountain; sometimes called heelside bindings (BINE-dingz) straps that attach a snowboard to a snowboarder’s boots composite (kuhm-PAH-zit) made up of two or more distinct substances flexibility (flek-suh-BIHL-uh-tee) the state of being able to move, bend, or adjust frontside (FRUHNT-syde) types of turns with your body facing the slope; sometimes called toeside goofy-foot (GOO-fee-FOOT) a term for riding with your right foot forward, whether on a snowboard, skateboard, or surfboard; this term comes from surfing when, in the early 1960s, most surfers in California rode with their left foot forward; if you had your right foot forward, you were considered “goofy” half-pipe (HAF-PIPE) a U-shaped structure with opposing walls, used for snowboarding tricks ollie (AH-lee) a move in which a snowboarder transfers weight from the front foot to the back foot to snap the board up off the ground rad (RAD) awesome or cool slalom (SLAH-luhm) a kind of race in which competitors run a course through a series of gates to test technique, speed, and agility snake (SNAYK) to cut quickly in the path of another skier or snowboarder S n owb oa r di n g 31 BOOKS Gifford, Clive.

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