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  • n. "cossack—iron cross—cossack" – an acrobatic maneuver in moguls skiing, whereby taking a ski jump off a kicker, the skier performs a sequence of three acrobatic maneuvers, starting with a cossack, followed by an iron cross, and ending with a cossack, before landing on course again.


Named after Jean-Luc Brassard (Wiktionary)


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