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-[[Image:Aerial inrun lake placid 2009.jpg|thumb|300px|The prepared slope, where the competitor can start and gain '''[[speed]]''' before going off of the '''[[jump]]'''.]]+[[Image:Aerial inrun lake placid 2009.jpg|thumb|300px|An '''[[inrun]]''' is a specially prepared slope, where the competitor can start and gain '''[[speed]]''' before going off of the '''[[jump]]'''.]]
-The prepared slope, where the competitor can start and gain '''[[speed]]''' before going off of the '''[[jump]]'''.+An '''[[inrun]]''' is a specially prepared slope, where the competitor can start and gain '''[[speed]]''' before going off of the '''[[jump]]'''.
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An inrun is a specially prepared slope, where the competitor can start and gain speed before going off of the jump.
An inrun is a specially prepared slope, where the competitor can start and gain speed before going off of the jump.

An inrun is a specially prepared slope, where the competitor can start and gain speed before going off of the jump.

Image:07-FIS-Aerial-Specs LRG profile.jpg Image:Aerial inrun lake placid 2009.jpg


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