gravity wind

gravity wind

[′grav·əd·ē ‚wind]
(meteorology)
A wind (or component thereof) directed down the slope of an incline and caused by greater air density near the slope than at the same levels some distance horizontally from the slope. Also known as drainage wind; katabatic wind.
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Al Khalifa says a strict training and diet regiment, as well as spending hours in the Gravity wind tunnel, has been the only way to compete with the top athletes.
The Gravity wind tunnel has been prepared to host the teams during a pre-event training period by operating for a constant 24 hours every day and night for seven consecutive days, leading up to the opening of the competition.