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downhill

1. the downward slope of a hill; descent
2. a competitive event in which skiers are timed in a downhill run
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The man from Ao-chung clicked the breech-bolt of his gun impatiently, and made as to go downhill.
'I kicked him in the groin as we went downhill. Would I had killed him!'
The umbrella of alpine skiing includes several downhill racing events, those events are the downhill, super-G, slalom, giant slalom and the combined event.
Her maiden World Cup downhill victory came in the test event at the Jeongsong Alpine Centre last year where she was also successful in the Super-G.
She was the first American woman to win gold in the downhill, romping past the field in Vancouver eight years and what seems like an eternity ago.
Mikaela Shiffrin didn't race downhill because of the altered Olympic program.
Peter Unsinn, spokesman for Innsbruck Tourism said: "As well as the Winter Olympic downhills the Bergisel Olympic Ski Jump Tower should be on every visitor's list of things to see.
Reigning champion Matthias Mayer of Austria could become the first racer to win a second gold in the Olympic downhill .
In the following, the incidence and the clinical reasons of downhill varices are evaluated in a retrospective analysis.
All sorts of wacky and wonderful kart designs took part in Saturday's Penarth Downhill Derby
[7] Quadriceps will shorten during the uphill walk to cause the forward motion, while hamstrings will stretch or lengthen to slow down the forward motion during the downhill walk.
IN March 2012, the Secretary of State, Michael Gove, decided to issue an Academy Order stating that Downhills Primary School in Haringey should be converted into an academy sponsored by the Harris Federation and that Haringey Council would cease to maintain Downhills Primary School.