ski-flying


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ski-flying

nSkifliegen nt
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"I was honoured by that, and now the band's flying out there next month to do a show with them as part of the 2014 Ski-Flying World Championship ceremony in Harrachov.
In the beginning of the 1980s, the FIS determined, for example, that distances reached in ski-flying should not exceed 191 metres.
(16) Out of ski-jumping grew ski-flying, with record distances of well over 200 metres.
Even if severe accidents in ski-jumping are rare, there is a broad consensus among journalists that ski-flying is dangerous and that ski-flyers take great risks.
In 1997, Eva Ganster was the first woman to jump from a ski-flying ramp, achieving a distance of 167 metres.
In March 2004, during the Continental Cup in ski-flying in Vikersund, Norway, women skijumpers demanded that they be allowed to carry out trial jumps before the main events.
In 2005, the FIS barred women from all participation in jumping from the famous ski-flying ramp in planica, Slovenia, even though the Norwegian Ski Federation had supported the project and sponsors had funded the women's travelling expenses.
It couldn't make up its mind whether the World Cup stuff from Planica in Slovenia was ski-jumping or ski-flying.
I'll settle for ski-flying, trusting that it's the start of a new generation of silly sports.