World Para Snowboard Championships

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World Para Snowboard Championships, was played first time at 2015.

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World Championships

NumberYearCityCountryEvents
1 2015 La Molina Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
2 2017 Big White Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 10
3 2019 Pyhä Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 16

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