Snowboarding

The most common upper extremity injury in snowboarding is a wrist fracture.
Distal radius wrist fracture.
Snowboarders are at significantly higher risk of sustaining humerus fractures than skiers. In skiers, humerus fractures show no laterality and most often involve the proximal humerus. In contrast, snowboarders more often fracture the left humerus at the diaphysis.(Bissell BT, AJSM. 2008 Oct;36(10):1880-8)

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