Course Description Ski Cross

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Here is an example of a Ski Cross Course Description;


Grindelwald, SUI March 05, 2008

Start at 2400m, Finish at 2170m Vertical Drop 230 M

Course Description

From the start platform at 2400m, there is an inrun followed by a medium jump at 26m of 5 m. Then there is a big roller 24 m away followed by an 8m jump at 23m. From the landing to there is a gate at 37m into long to a left turn followed by a 57m traverse into a banked turn to the right of 12 m long.

Then a turn to the left side 41m away followed by a big jump at 24m. The first gate is 41m away into a right turn followed by a long left turn to the left with the first gate at 34m and the second one at 30m. Then 49m to a big jump with a 47m landing followed at 10 by an 11m table top. This is then followed at 46m by a right turn of 6m to a corner jump at the end.

Then there is straight section of 41m to the first roller, then 19m two the second and 10m to the third roller then 11m to medium jump of 10m. The landing is 20m long to a left turn followed 28m away by a turn to the right of 20 long. Then followed at 35m by a small step down followed at 23 m by a left turn. There is then at 36m a long turn to the right followed by a medium straight jump 42m away.

The landing is 43m long into a left turn of 26m to the exit gate with a step down followed 45 m away by a small finish jump of 16m table.

The finish line is 22m away with a 55m finish area.


Kreischberg AUT Ski Cross FIS World Cup January 19, 2005

Course TATANKA

Length:731 meters

Vertical Drop: 185 meters

1049 M start / finish 864 M

After the start, there is a steep inrun, then there is a small roller, followed by a big roller / jump. The large roller, which has a long landing, leads into a right turn, followed by a small roller. The following left flat turn leads into a flat right turn. After that, a medium corner jump, then a left turn that is followed by a long right turn over three rollers. The next big roller (jump) leads into a left turn, follow away to the outside. Then a long left turn is followed by a medium jump, which the landing is opposite to the take off. This then leads into a long right turn and after that, into a left turn. The next right turn is followed by a short traverse and a left turn, leading over the big final jump leading into long landing hill, then into the finish.


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