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Dual Moguls competition consists of mogul skiing on a heavily moguled course. Technical turns, speed and aerial manoeuvres are used to evaluate the competitors with the winner of each round advancing to the next round as further explained in Rule [[4305]] and Rule [[4306]].4 Dual Moguls competition consists of mogul skiing on a heavily moguled course. Technical turns, speed and aerial manoeuvres are used to evaluate the competitors with the winner of each round advancing to the next round as further explained in Rule [[4305]] and Rule [[4306]].4
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4301 Definition

Dual Moguls competition consists of mogul skiing on a heavily moguled course. Technical turns, speed and aerial manoeuvres are used to evaluate the competitors with the winner of each round advancing to the next round as further explained in Rule 4305 and Rule 4306.4


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