mini-ski

mini-ski

n
(Skiing) skiing a ski that is shorter than standard size, esp used by learners
Translations

mini-ski

[ˈmɪnɪˌskiː] nminisci m inv
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Located near the play area, equipment includes a skier, mini-ski, gym pull-down, sit-up station, walker, leg stretch, power push, parallel rails, push hands and handle boat.
A rowing machine, parallel rails and a "mini-ski" have also been installed in a scheme Cllr Peters called "fantastic."
T h i s week, the 73-year-old appea r ed on Cr a i g Ferguson's US chat show i n a leather mini-ski r t and thigh-high boots.
The sun shone as we all took part in a timed slalom event (which Neil embarrassingly won, thinking he was competing against the whole mountain, not just his own family!) and the kids delighted in doing mini-ski jumps along the sides of the sweeping mountain trails.
18 at the McDonald Theatre on 10th and Willamette, will begin with a mini-ski expo in the lobby from 6 p.m.
Children are well catered for at the Marielle Goitschel Village, which has its own mini-ski slope for ages three and up.
"High Life" - Teton Gravity Research's ski and snowboard film; benefit for Emerald League ski teams includes a mini-ski exposition, 7 p.m.
Strapped into wide, racquet-like mini-skis, we yomped through powder snow more than a metre deep, climbing so high we could see the Slovenian mountains.
Often a stand-up skier will use crutches with mini-skis attached (called outriggers) to help with stability, strength and turns.
Try www.legendslimohire.co.uk Skiing, snowboarding and even ski-blading (mini-skis for mini-children) There are dry ski slopes across the nation offering these on-piste sports.
During their visit last winter, Dana started out four-tracking down the slopes, using regular skis on her feet and special poles equipped with mini-skis for extra balance and support.