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  1. Ski Cross Glossary (12,871 bytes)
    190: ...ation]]:''' the preparation of the base and [[ski edges]] to increase performance
  2. Ski Cross Start Gate (2,551 bytes)
    14: There shall be '''60 cm''' between the outside edges of each gate section. The '''[[height]]''' of th...
  3. General Definitions (54,356 bytes)
    352: ...gainst jolts and bumps as well as injury from ski edges and other external causes. The ski boot encloses ...
    456: ...ads are elastic. Woven cloth usually frays at the edges, unless measures are taken to counter this, such ...
  4. 4507 (3,917 bytes)
    59: There shall be '''60 cm''' between the outside edges of each gate section. The height of the handles ...
  5. Freestyle Equipment Rules (11,965 bytes)
    36: ...To assist with directional and speed control, the edges of the running surface are constructed from hard ...
    99: Edges: no limitations with regard to material and dimen...
    132: ...gainst jolts and bumps as well as injury from ski edges and other external causes. The ski boot encloses ...
    218: ...ed '''45 mm'''; the thickness reduces towards the edges of the back protector. The back protector may be ...
  6. Ski preparation (160 bytes)
    1: the preparation of the base and ski edges to increase performance
  7. 4507.8.3 (1,634 bytes)
    4: There shall be '''60 cm''' between the outside edges of each gate section. The '''[[height]]''' of th...
  8. Ski Boots (8,037 bytes)
    1: ...gainst jolts and bumps as well as injury from ski edges and other external causes. The ski boot encloses ...
    3: ...gainst jolts and bumps as well as injury from ski edges and other external causes.
  9. Back Protectors (1,777 bytes)
    1: ...ed '''45 mm'''; the thickness reduces towards the edges of the back protector. The back protector may be ...
    9: ...ed '''45 mm'''; the thickness reduces towards the edges of the back protector. The back protector may be ...
  10. TV Glossary of Terms (88,877 bytes)
    389: ...pically corners would require more space from the edges.
    611: ...angular area which is far enough in from the four edges, such that text or graphics show neatly: with a m...
  11. Safe area (2,036 bytes)
    1: ...angular area which is far enough in from the four edges, such that text or graphics show neatly: with a m...
    7: ...angular area which is far enough in from the four edges, such that text or graphics show neatly: with a m...
    11: ...pically corners would require more space from the edges, but due to increased quality of the average disp...
  12. Title Safe Area (527 bytes)
    1: ...pically corners would require more space from the edges.
  13. Freestyle Skis (1,960 bytes)
    1: ...To assist with directional and speed control, the edges of the running surface are constructed from hard ...
    5: To assist with directional and speed control, the edges of the running surface are constructed from hard ...
  14. Ski Related Definitions (44,445 bytes)
    42: ...le, to give a skier better access to all four ski edges.
    199: ...'' higher than the base. A concave base or railed edges encourages the equipment to run straight and impa...
    215: ... and tails avoid sinking. This means skiers catch edges less often, turning is easier and balance is impr...
    338: ...To assist with directional and speed control, the edges of the running surface are constructed from hard ...
    352: ...gainst jolts and bumps as well as injury from ski edges and other external causes. The ski boot encloses ...
  15. Cant (588 bytes)
    1: ...le, to give a skier better access to all four ski edges.
  16. Woven (1,303 bytes)
    1: ...ads are elastic. Woven cloth usually frays at the edges, unless measures are taken to counter this, such ...
  17. Railed (501 bytes)
    1: ...'' higher than the base. A concave base or railed edges encourages the equipment to run straight and impa...
  18. Basic Snow Grooming (26,970 bytes)
    161: ...nto new tracks and skate surfaces which allow ski edges to bite.
  19. 4507.8.1 (2,274 bytes)
    13: There shall be '''60 cm''' between the outside edges of each gate section. The height of the handles ...
  20. Park Features (22,807 bytes)
    157: ...ain. Comes to a point on the top, with two smooth edges leading up to the point. Jumping takes place wher...

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