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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Rivera now sets his sights on the season opener of the 2018 Phoenix National Slalom Series on March 11 at Robinsons Novaliches.
I was scared while skiing because this season slalom kicked my butt so many times… I was believing that one day I will put all the pieces together, one day it will all come to me and today it was exactly that," the Swiss added.
The giant slalom has fewer turns than the slalom does and the course runs a bit wider with more lengthy turns.
Taking 53rd place in giant slalom, he failed to reach the finish line in the slalom competition.
The Olympic slalom champion certainly was fast while taking a 1.
Germany's Fritz Dopfer, who led after the first run as he had in Saturday's giant slalom, took fourth just under half a second behind Neureuther's combined time.
I've been to the English Championships before and last year managed to finish fifth in the giant slalom and 11th in the slalom.
Defending World Cup champion Hirscher has now made it three World Cupwins in a row after winning the giant slalom and capturing a firstcareer super-g win in Beaver Creek last weekend.
Interestingly, in slalom category Karim failed to touch the finish line as per FIS rules and was declared disqualified.
For the Russian and her guide Pavel Zabotin, it was third time lucky after they won bronze in Saturday's downhill and silver in Monday's super giant slalom.
They already have a silver and a bronze in the bag - or in Etherington's case under her pillow - and were on course for another second place after an eventful slalom.
Turney, 34, certainly seems to be timing her assault on Sochi to perfection, having also won giant slalom bronze at a World Cup event at Copper Mountain in January.