All-female event brings in snowboarders from around the country

Women at Wicked Sisters, an all-female snowboarding event in Norwich. PHOTO: Norfolk Snowsports Club

Women at Wicked Sisters, an all-female snowboarding event in Norwich. PHOTO: Norfolk Snowsports Club. - Credit: Archant

An annual all-female snowboarding event brought a chill to Norfolk last weekend.

A snowboarder at Wicked Sisters, an all-female snowboarding event in Norwich. PHOTO: Norfolk Snowspo

A snowboarder at Wicked Sisters, an all-female snowboarding event in Norwich. PHOTO: Norfolk Snowsports Club. - Credit: Archant

Wicked Sisters was put on by Norfolk Snowsports Club (NSC) in Trowse, Norwich, was attended by 50 women from around the country and supported by local and international snowboarding businesses.

Created by NSC instructors Lydia Bennett and Jesse Graves, the event featured taster sessions for beginners, freestyle sessions and snowboard technique clinics.

Emma Smith, NSC employee, said: 'Saturday's event was brilliant, great vibes and great to see so many women getting behind boarding, seasoned riders as well as total beginners.

'The event was a total success and has set the bar for next year's event. It was the place to be if you were a female snowboarder.'

Women at Wicked Sisters, an all-female snowboarding event in Norwich. PHOTO: Norfolk Snowsports Club

Women at Wicked Sisters, an all-female snowboarding event in Norwich. PHOTO: Norfolk Snowsports Club. - Credit: Archant


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For more about snowboarding at NSC visit www.norfolksnowsports.com/beginner-snowboarding-lessons

Women at Wicked Sisters, an all-female snowboarding event in Norwich. PHOTO: Norfolk Snowsports Club

Women at Wicked Sisters, an all-female snowboarding event in Norwich. PHOTO: Norfolk Snowsports Club. - Credit: Archant

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