A number of disciplines make up the Olympic snowboarding programme, from parallel racing and snowboard cross, to big air slopestyle and halfpipe.
 
Snowboarding was added to the Olympic programme for the first time at Nagano 1998 with giant slalom and halfpipe event for both men and women. At Salt Lake 2002 the alpine event of parallel giant slalom replaced the giant slalom event, while snowboard cross made its Olympic debut at Torino 2006.
 
At Sochi 2014, the visually spectacular slopestyle snowboard events featured for the first time, with Team GB’s Jenny Jones collecting bronze in the women’s event – the first of five Team GB medals in Russia.
 
Four years later at PyeongChang2018, big air made its Olympic debut with Billy Morgan winning bronze, Team GB's fifth and final medal of the Games. Morgan was later named the team's Closing Ceremony flagbearer.

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