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piste

1. a trail, slope, or course for skiing
2. a rectangular area for fencing bouts
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La compagnie aerienne a declare que l'avion avait percute un couple de gnous qui traversait la piste lors de l'atterrissage de l'avion en provenance de l'aeroport Wilson de Nairobi.
Fundraising manager for The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity, Elspeth Wilson, said: "Thank you so much to James and all the staff and customers at Piste, in Tarporley.
The two French Classics were scheduled to be run over the Moyenne Piste in an attempt to mitigate the disadvantage of a wide draw on the Grande Piste, where the turn comes up less than a furlong after the start.
The hotel's own health spa meant a massage came in very handy after that black run incident, while families can head out to the piste safe in the knowledge that an extensive nursery/ kids club would keep the young ones occupied.
Linked to the Italian resort of Cervinia, there's some 360km of beautifully-maintained pistes, mountain-top hotels and restaurants reached by an efficient cog railway as a delightful alternative to cable cars and chairlifts (although they've lots of those, too), a chic and busy town with plenty of entertainment on offer after the pistes have closed ...
Anton, in the Arlberg region of Austria where the first alpine car was built in 1947 and the modern sport of alpine skiing was invented by Hannes Schneider a century ago, boasts some 5,000 vertical feet of "pistes'' and back country and more than 80 lifts, including 11 gondolas.
La piste d'athletisme d'Errachidia, inauguree samedi par SM le Roi Mohammed VI, est une veritable pepiniere pour l'emergence de futurs athletes a l'echelle nationale et internationale, a indique le delegue provincial du ministere de la jeunesse et du sport, Ismail Harouni Alaoui.
Bradley Wiggins, le premier Britannique a avoir remporte le Tour de France en 2012, entend effectuer son retour sur piste avec comme objectif les Jeux olympiques de Rio en 2016, a-t-il declare lundi au quotidien The Times, selon L'AFP.
"I never go off piste, and you do so at your own risk."
The network linking them is sophisticated, enabling you to get to any piste with ease - and when it comes to recharging your energy levels there are 40 cafes and restaurants to choose from.
For those who like to stay firmly on the piste, there are plenty of options here too and of course a beginner's area if you're just starting to learn or want to leave your kids to do so while you enjoy the higher slopes.
On December 27, three off-piste skiers triggered a 200 metre-wide avalanche that crossed a marked piste in Anzere near Crans-Montana.