slalom


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slalom

1. Skiing a race, esp one downhill, over a winding course marked by artificial obstacles
2. a similar type of obstacle race in canoes
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We were skiing really well, we were probably skiing the best slalom we've done this season," said Evans.
Americans set the three fastest times in the technical section of the super combined, but were off the podium in the giant slalom.
Vonn won the first two World Cup slalom races of her career this season.
There were excellent performances throughout the rest of the team by Sam Stephens, Colin Davies, Tash Linley, Kirsty Hatcher and Andrew's sister Stephanie Davies, as well as by Hopkins and Lawson in the Super Giant Slalom before their accidents in the later races.
Then one of the highlights of the season sees the whole river lit up with floodlighting for the inaugural Night Slalom competition on Saturday, July 19.
The Austrian had failed to finish his last two slaloms but surged back to secure a ninth career World Cup victory and the eighth in his favourite discipline.
Benjamin Raich is held aloft by teammates Reinfried Herbst, left, and Rainer Schoenfelder after the Austrians swept the slalom.
Austria-born alpine skier Niki Fuerstauer gave Lebanon its first-ever Winter Asian Games gold medal Friday, outpacing a Japanese trio with the fastest times in both runs to win the men's giant slalom.
Organisers are anticipating two days of top-class slalom racing, which includes an international team relay parallel slalom, and spectators will be admitted free to the town's Ski and Snowboard Centre.
1 slalom skier competes in a European Cup event alongside his younger brother Noel.
The next weekend, Olson won a slalom event at West Los Angeles College.