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Speed skiing
Speed skiing Speed skiing is the sport of skiing fastest in a straight line downhill. ...
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Speed skiing at the 1992 Winter Olympics
Speed skiing at the 1992 Winter Olympics The 1992 Winter Olympic Games Speed skiing results. The venue was Les Arcs, about ...
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Skiing Members of the US Air Force skiing (and snowboarding) at Keystone Resort's 14th ... Annual SnoFest An alpine skier Deep powder skiing Skiing is the activity of gliding over snow ... ski bindings. Originally used primarily for transportation, skiing evolved into a popular recreational and ...
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Barefoot skiing
Barefoot skiing Barefooting Barefoot skiing is water skiing behind a motorboat without the use of ... travel at higher speeds than conventional water skiing. Barefooting is known for its falls, which ... very painful. History of Barefooting Barefoot water skiing originated in Cypress Gardens, Florida. Dick ...
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Water skiing
Water skiing Recreational skiiers typically use two skis — ... Wakeboarding is a similar sport, combining water skiing and surfing Slalom Water Skiing water skiing with only one ski Water skiing is a sport and recreational activity ...
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Alpine skiing
Alpine skiing Alpine skiing (or downhill skiing) is a recreational activity and sport involving ... thin skis attached to each foot. Alpine skiing evolved from cross-country skiing when ski lift infrastructure was developed ...
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Alpine skiing   (translated from French)
Alpine skiing Alpine skiing is one sport of slips which consists ... a slope enneigée . Synopsis History The Alpine skiing is an English invention! The assertion can ... student, pled in favour of the Alpine skiing, and organized even the first championships of ... had gained the part, because the Alpine skiing from now on was accepted like ...
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Freestyle skiing
Freestyle skiing Freestyle skiing began in the 1930s, when Norwegian skiers ... While not considered a competitive sport, professional skiing exhibitions in the United States featured performances ... what would later be called freestyle. Freestyle skiing, or "slopestyle," began to develop further throughout ... place in 1986 in Tignes, France. Freestyle skiing was a demonstration event at the ...
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Category:Skiing Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Skiing This category deals with the use of ... 9 subcategories to this category. A Alpine skiing Alpine skiing at the Olympics F Freestyle skiing N Nordic skiing S Ski resorts ...
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Speed Taro   (translated from Japanese)
Speed Taro ウィキポータル Japanese cartoon work summary Japanese ... cartoon work - cartoonist Project cartoon work - cartoonist Speed Taro(Speed it is the wax), the child by ... adopted story cartoon . Table of contents Summary ' Speed Taro ', it is the story cartoon which ... various stages such as mountain and Hunagami. skiing board to the head, becoming upside- ...
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