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American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A smooth-surfaced structure shaped like a trough and used for stunts in sports such as in-line skating and snowboarding.
- n. Alternative form of half-pipe.
“White, who repeated his gold medal in the snowboard halfpipe, is the "most marketable star" from Vancouver and should soar past $10 million in annual endorsement earnings, says Baker Street Advertising executive creative director Bob Dorfman, who writes a post-Olympic scouting report for marketers.”
“EnlargeBy Jack Gruber, USA TODAYShaun White's Colorado halfpipe is equipped with high-definition video cameras that can reveal the slightest flaw in his form.”
“Hannah Teter, Kelly Clark claim silver, bronze in halfpipe - USATODAY. com”
“Hannah Teter, Kelly Clark claim silver, bronze in halfpipe”
“American Scotty Lago, who won a bronze in halfpipe, voluntarily left the games after a photo surfaced of a woman kneeling below his waist to kiss the medal.”
“The 2006 team announced Sunday consists of 16 athletes: eight in halfpipe; five in snowboard cross, which is making its Olympic debut in Torino; and three in parallel giant slalom.”
“They swept the medals in halfpipe, giving the U.S. its first Winter Games medal sweep since men's figure skating in 1956. 8.”
“USATODAY. com - Teter, Bleiler finish 1-2 in halfpipe”
“White wins gold in halfpipe Snowboarding superstar Shaun White wins gold in halfpipe.”
“Hight eyes Vancouver 16-year-old earns 6th place in halfpipe, looks ahead.”
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