Washington Post writer Liz Clarke features the NSBSA in one of their 2014 Olympic Articles.
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Excerpt from Article: Charlottesville’s Sara Greenfield, a former freestyle instructor and competitor who started the National Ski and Board Safety Association after her son’s best friend was killed at a local resort, applauded White’s decision to withdraw.
“Injury prevention is easier to provide when athletes stand up for their beliefs,” Greenfield wrote in an e-mail exchange. “I have seen many a jump redesigned to make it safer. Death and serious injury is simply put unacceptable, and it is occurring at alarming rates in these two sports. If there is a call for rail or jump safety, the builders of these obstacles should make them safer, or shut them down, take them out.”