inrun

inrun

(ˈɪnˌrʌn)
n
(Skiing) skiing the slope down which ski jumpers ski, in order to raise speed, prior to performing the jump
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5) The inrun is the name of the approach ramp the skier travels down to build speed heading into the jump.
Unlike downhill skiers, ski jumpers don't need ski poles to propel themselves down the ramp, or inrun (see Nuts & Bolts, p.
To maximize distance, jumpers try to reach top speeds while racing down the inrun.
This resistance to movement occurs as their skis rub against the icy surface of the inrun.
Furthermore, before the start of each contest, the length of the inrun is determined by the jury, depending on snow and wind conditions.
If a jumper reaches 95% of the jury distance, the contest is interrupted while the three members of the jury consult with each other on whether to shorten the inrun.
Murphy was more than happy with the gelding's rvellous recent record inrun in the Cheltenham Gold Cup last time, where he finished a well-beaten 13th but was staying on well in the closing stages.
The surprise is, he didn't tear up his knee ski jumping off some mammoth inrun but taking a little jump while Alpine skiing.
It is the heating installations listed below for the Central-OP and Outbuildings, execution inRun 3 phases.
3 Complete conveyor BSL with the crusher and conveyor belt feed back inrun with the spacer device.
1] 34 x 126 mm, inrun station condenser, dynamic crusher, electrical equipment as a motor carrier and crushers, the lighting and signaling system, hands-free communications and locks.