- n. Plural form of skier.
“Scott, the fastest of the 66 skiers from the qualifying round, is not expected to ski Friday's 30km skate in order to focus her attention on winning the overall World Cup title in her final season on the circuit.”
“Of course, given the inevitability of accidents in such a high-speed sport, the ability to provide emergency care to downed skiers is an art that has evolved along with the sport itself.”
“Twin skiers Phil and Steve Mahre Phil, a three-time World Cup overall champ and winner of three Olympic medals, finished 1-2 with Steve in the 1984”
“V-E Day and once again skiers began to race each other down the Alpine snows.”
“But it would be really nice to get out there on the starting line and know that all the skiers are at the same physiological level and no one's trying to cheat someone else out of it.”
“All four skiers were among those tested, with Tauber getting no sleep at all and the others only three hours.”
“And speaking of proud, our skiers are amongst 100 of Canada's finest young athletes who will be traveling to Lillehammer, Norway for the 17th edition of the Olympic Winter Games in just over two weeks.”
“We're skiers, which is why we had it in the middle of the winter," Tomberlin said of the wedding.”
“One of the skiers was a young man from British Columbia named Wayne Wong, who would later become a permanent fixture on America's freestyle ski scene.”
“Around Lake Tahoe, the shorter economic season due to less snowfall for the skiers could be a major factor leading to a decline in recent ski revenues.”
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