Skiing is a huge sport in Asia. Just because we don't hit the same exact population demographic as the US population at ski resorts for Asians doesn't mean much to me. But I've been plenty of places where there's a decent amount of Asians- anecdotal so doesn't conclude much tho. Go to Jay peak and some days you'll be the minority lol, but that may be because it's close to Canada or also because of the EB5 program.
animatorI wouldn’t say very common…. I’m Asian and don’t usually see more than 1 or 2 other Asian skiers a day out of say, 3-400 people.
WormracerDetroit? Chicago? Rochester? Albany, Minneapolis?
Each city has skiing within 30min. Some have skiing in the city.
What's the most popular sport within those communities? Basketball. Football. Track. Some baseball. You can't force people to do a sport they either have no desire or awareness about. That was why I mentioned culture. Skiers only make up 4% of the population so it's not like there's a lot of us to begin with. You can't expect the same proportions everywhere. There's tons of professions and hobbies that are skewed towards one race or another. There's way too many factors. I know ur not arguing but figured I'd add that. Then in those communities, can you guess the average income of those groups? Bad.
Also for anyone who wants some more stats https://www.powder.com/stories/opinion/extend-the-family/