|Born||August 3, 1974|
|Known for||Professional snowboarder|
|Height||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Website||Peter Line Design|
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Peter Line is a professional snowboarder from Bellevue, WA. He is a member of the Forum Snowboarding team and was the founder of the original Forum 8. The Forum 8 were: JP Walker, Jeremy Jones (freestyler), Joni Malmi, Wille Yli-Luoma, Bjorn Leines, Devun Walsh, Chris Dufficy, and Peter Line and were seen on Mack Dawg Productions' "The Resistance". He also played a key role in the production of "Mark is a Nub".
Peter Line's biggest contribution to the snowboarding world was the popularization of cork and inverted tricks. This opened up a whole new realm for freestyle tricks to be conducted. His footage is highly original and creative compared to other tricks of that time.
Peter is a multiple time competitor in the Winter X games, winning the Big Air Snowboarding event in 1997 and 1999, the Snowboarding Slopestyle event in 1999, and the Snowboarding Big-Air event in 2000.
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