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skyer

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(Cricket) a lofty hit of a cricket ball
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The groomed runs can be jammed with skiers, while a few feet away mogul runs with vastly more space and challenge lie empty because they're more difficult to ski, or at least are perceived that way.
Beyond exercise and injury prevention, there is a mountain of general information available to downhill skiers of every ilk.
Surely skiers should not have to choose between schuss and salvation.
Skiers and snowboarders who invest in season passes that can be worth around $1,000 can buy insurance coverage to recoup their money if they are unable to use the tickets due to injury or illness.
FIVE skiers were killed and one seriously injured yesterday when a helicopter crashed in the Italian Alps.
Recreational skiers steered clear of local resorts during the five-ring circus - as predicted - and skiing visits to the state declined nine percent.
In the slalom, giant slalom, and super-G downhill, each event is further broken down by type of disability--including events for skiers who are blind as well as for those with a range of mobility impairments.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-23 April 2001-Finnish skiers banned for two years(C)1994-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Staufer claims expansions are not designed to accommodate new skiers but to increase market share and create settings for expensive real estate developments in the mountains.
Ranging from lavish (sauna and showers) to spartan (a bed), these huts were used mainly by mountaineers, skiers and trekkers.
We're where Colorado skis," said Kathy Dirks, marketing director for Powderhorn Ski Area near Grand Junction, which attracts fewer than 100,000 skiers a season.