Para snowboard was first introduced at the Paralympics as part of the alpine skiing events at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games. 

It will be held as a single sport at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games. 

A total of 10 events will be competed, including snowboard cross and the banked slalom.

Snowboard cross (SBX)

Snowboard cross is a discipline where the paralympians race on a course with terrain features such as banks (berms), rollers, spines and jumps.

Qualification runs have one competitor on the track at a time while finals have 2 competitors per heat.

Banked slalom (BSL)

Banked slalom is an event where the athletes race on a course with banked turns.

All competitors take three timed runs. The best timed run out of three determines the final results.

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