monoski


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monoski

(ˈmɒnəʊˌskiː)
n
(Skiing) a wide ski on which the skier stands with both feet
ˈmonoˌskier n
ˈmonoˌskiing n
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monoski

[ˈmɒnəʊˌskiː] Nmonoesquí m
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MONOSKI (4.15) can maintain the incredible summer form of Mark Johnston and have us chanting on the cobbles at Chester.
CHESTER: 2.00 Sermon, 2.35 Cognac, 3.10 MAJOR JUMBO (NAP), 3.40 Hereby, 4.15 Monoski, 4.50 Gabrial The Tiger, 5.20 Scofflaw.
TOP TIPS: CHESTER: 2.00 Sermon, 2.35 Cognac, 3.10 MAJOR JUMBO (NAP), 3.40 Hereby, 4.15 Monoski, 4.50 Gabrial The Tiger, 5.20 Scofflaw.
In September 1987 British swimming coach Steve Butterworth, who had one leg amputated, made the journey on monoski pulled by a small speedboat.Venice gondoliers Vittorio Orio and Enzo Liszka navigated their specially adapted gondola from Dover to Calais in July 2001, covering 34 kilometres.
He was one of two Mark Johnston contenders to go off too fast in the Coventry but while the other one, Monoski, dropped away to finish nine lengths adrift of the winner in 16th of the 17 runners, Makyon held out a lot longer and was beaten little more than half that in 11th.
The outsider of three at odds of 13-2 stayed on well for David Allan when trying six furlongs for the first time to beat Toro Strike by a length, with the 2-5 favourite Monoski last of the trio after blazing the trail in the early stages.
Then, just months away from the Games and on his first training run in Sochi, he crashed his monoski and broke his back.
But Anna Turney could not wait to get back on the slopes and, having mastered the challenges of adapting to a monoski, is daring to dream of winning a Paralympic medal in Sochi.
Mick, 34, will compete in the monoski at the Games in Sochi, Russia, in March.
Smoking tobacco may also lead to the development of pyospermia, decreased sperm penetration, and hormonal alterations (Nudell, Monoski, & Lipshultz, 2002; Sigman, 2007; Thonneau et al., 1991; Vine, Margolin, Morrison, & Hulka, 1994).
But she retrained on a monoski and is now training for the 2014 Winter Paralympics, in Sochi, Russia.
But she has not let her disability stop her sporting dreams and she retrained on a monoski and has her sights on the 2014 Winter Paralympics as an alpine skier.