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- v. Present participle of ski.
- n. A group of sports utilizing skis as primary equipment.
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- n. a sport in which participants must travel on skis
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But, psychologically, skiing is a sport in which you must go downhill.
They sure need the moisture though and spring skiing is awesome.
If skiing is your passion, and neither waterskiing nor snorkeling are substitutes, then Miami may make you sad.
Spring skiing is nice, but that still does not sound like a good deal. jay
I also feel that cross country skiing is fairly boring, and should probably have some fencing with ski poles involved at some point, but that's just me.
When you watch other sports, they're doing these blackflippyaerials in skiing, and I think that's why extreme sports are popular.
Sorry, that was irreverent considering skiing is about the least diverse sport going, but living in a ski town I face a disparate impact as a result of not getting this particular holiday.
The idea, which has been used in other sports such as Olympic skiing, is to overlay replays of various athletes — in this case 40-yard dashers — to compare things like who sped up and who slowed down.
Vonn won a gold medal in skiing's downhill and a bronze in the super-G despite an injured shin.
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