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To assist with directional and speed control, the edges of the running surface are constructed from hard materials and sealed into the ski. To assist with directional and speed control, the edges of the running surface are constructed from hard materials and sealed into the ski.
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 +'''2.2.2 Criteria'''
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 +'''2.2.3 Geometric features'''
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 +There are no limitations or restrictions for ski length and radius.
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 +'''2.2.4 Ski length'''
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 +''No limitations''. (See '''[[4306]]'''.1.1 is, '''[[4206]]'''.1.1)
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 +'''2.2.5 Profile width'''
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 +''No limitations''
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 +'''2.2.6 Radius'''
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 +''No limitations''
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 +'''2.2.7 Overall height of sectional view'''
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 +''No limitations''.
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 +'''2.2.8 Camber'''
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 +''No limitations''.
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 +'''2.2.9 Contour, length and height of shovel'''
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 +''No limitations''
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 +'''2.2.10 Contour of tail'''
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 +''No limitations.''
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 +'''2.2.11 Running surface'''
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 +''No limitations.''
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 +'''2.2.12 Running Groove'''
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 +''No limitations.''
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 +'''2.2.13 Flexibility'''
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 +''No limitations with regard to the rigidity in all grades of flex.''
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 +'''2.2.14 Mass'''
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 +''No limitation with regard to weight and distribution of mass.''

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Skis employed in Freestyle competition events where the principal source of motive power is gravity. To assist with directional and speed control, the edges of the running surface are constructed from hard materials and sealed into the ski.
Skis employed in Freestyle competition events where the principal source of motive power is gravity. To assist with directional and speed control, the edges of the running surface are constructed from hard materials and sealed into the ski.

Skis employed in Freestyle competition events where the principal source of motive power is gravity.

To assist with directional and speed control, the edges of the running surface are constructed from hard materials and sealed into the ski.


2.2.2 Criteria

2.2.3 Geometric features

There are no limitations or restrictions for ski length and radius.

2.2.4 Ski length

No limitations. (See 4306.1.1 is, 4206.1.1)

2.2.5 Profile width

No limitations

2.2.6 Radius

No limitations

2.2.7 Overall height of sectional view

No limitations.

2.2.8 Camber

No limitations.

2.2.9 Contour, length and height of shovel

No limitations

2.2.10 Contour of tail

No limitations.

2.2.11 Running surface

No limitations.

2.2.12 Running Groove

No limitations.

2.2.13 Flexibility

No limitations with regard to the rigidity in all grades of flex.

2.2.14 Mass

No limitation with regard to weight and distribution of mass.


Also see

Reference

  1. Wikipedia Skis [1]

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