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A demarked line where the end of the field of play. The finish line has a specified width that is different for each events. The snow along the finish line must be horizontally marked with color so that the line is clearly visible to an approaching competitor. On either side of the finish line a photoelectric-eye system is installed so that the beam is projected parallel to the line.
A demarked line where the end of the field of play. The finish line has a specified width that is different for each events. The snow along the finish line must be horizontally marked with color so that the line is clearly visible to an approaching competitor. On either side of the finish line a photoelectric-eye system is installed so that the beam is projected parallel to the line.

A demarked line where the end of the field of play.

The finish line has a specified width that is different for each events. The snow along the finish line must be horizontally marked with color so that the line is clearly visible to an approaching competitor.

On either side of the finish line a photoelectric-eye system is installed so that the beam is projected parallel to the line.


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