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A non-competing competitor that performs prior to the start of the '''[[event]]''', and is used to test all official systems, course prepareation and allow the judges an opportunity for practice. A non-competing competitor that performs prior to the start of the '''[[event]]''', and is used to test all official systems, course prepareation and allow the judges an opportunity for practice.
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 +Before the competition starts, forerunners must ski through the course. A forerunner must be capable of skiing the course. They set the line and provide information on course conditions to the Officials. It is very important that forerunners are qualified and provide information on course conditions to the '''[[Jury]]'''. A minimum of 3 forerunners are required for each competition.
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A non-competing competitor that performs prior to the start of the event, and is used to test all official systems, course prepareation and allow the judges an opportunity for practice.

Before the competition starts, forerunners must ski through the course. A forerunner must be capable of skiing the course. They set the line and provide information on course conditions to the Officials. It is very important that forerunners are qualified and provide information on course conditions to the Jury. A minimum of 3 forerunners are required for each competition.


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