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Alpine ski is also known by ___________.
Cross-country or backcountry skiing is the _________ form of skiing and was developed in Scandinavia as a way of traveling over snow.
From where the word "ski" comes from ?
Alpine ski racing as an organized sport commenced in both _________.
In Skiing, _________ injuries account for 33 percent of injuries.
Which community the word "ski" itself is one of a handful of words Norway has exported?
Thorleif Haug of Norway won gold in both of _________ cross-country skiing.
The earliest primitive carvings circa __________ depict a skier with one pole, located in Rodoy in the Nordland region of Norway.
Alpine skiing was first introduced to the Olympics in ________.
How many type of Skiing exists ?
Nordic Skiing uses __________ bindings that attach at the toes of the skier''s boots but not at the heels.
Skiing was originally a form of transportation in the mountains of _________, well before it became a sport
The biathlon skiing is a competition made up of _________ events.
How many American man had won an Olympic Gold medal in alpine skiing until 1984?
Who won two gold medals at the 1998 Olympics in Nagano?
In alpine skiing, for every 1000 people skiing in a day, on average ___________ will require medical attention.
In 2006 in Torino, the U.S. earned ___________ in alpine: Ted Ligety in the men''s combined and Julia Mancuso in women''s giant slalom :
How many type of Cross-country skiing exists ?
The first primitive ski was found in a peat bog in Hoting, _________ which dates back to 4500 or 2500 B.C.