downhiller

downhiller

(ˌdaʊnˈhɪlə)
n
a skier who specializes in downhill events
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The guys did an amazing job," said US downhiller Bryce Bennett.
It is the way a downhiller must think, the way a downhiller must live.
5, took control despite flubbing a two-foot downhiller for par on the par-3 17th, which Hwang double-bogeyed, for another 69.
5, took control despite flubbing a 2-foot downhiller for par on the par-3 17th, which Hwang double-bogeyed, for another 69.
On the fourth, Alothman drained a four-foot downhiller with a left-to-right break after an "amazing" tee-shot from Al-Malik, 37, who works at Global Investment House as head of portfolio management.
It is 35 years ago next month that British downhiller Konrad Bartelski stunned skiing by coming second in a World Cup race, just a tenth of a second off top spot.
Even when he did show signs of mere mortality - a short putt leaving him too tricky a downhiller on the second while Rose managed another birdie - he would quickly regain the momentum.
At Augusta a 40-foot uphill or straightish putt is far better than an eight-foot downhiller.
As the only Canadian female downhiller, Larisa has had her own self-funded team since 2013.
The operation, which employs five permanent and 70 to 75 seasonal workers, was built in the late 1950s by Bill Irwin, father of legendary national ski team downhiller Dave Irwin.
Had Chris Froome and Alberto Contador still been competing it's a day in which demon downhiller Vincenzo Nibali would have fancied his chances of putting some time into the big two.
Danny Hart, Redcar's World champion mountain bike downhiller of 2011 proved he is no slouch on a trials bike either, and with some energetic, entertaining rides he finished eighth in a strong clubman A class.