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-The steep slope that the skiers make contact with the snow after a jump.+[[Image:Aerials Site Cypress Mtn CAN.jpg|The steep slope that the competitor makes contact with the '''[[snow]]''' after a jump.|thumb|500px]]
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 +The steep slope that the competitor makes contact with the '''[[snow]]''' after a jump.
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[[Image:Landing Vancouver 2010 CHN.jpg]] [[Image:Landing Vancouver 2010 CHN.jpg]]
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 +== Also See ==
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-Return to '''[[Freestyle Skiing]]''', '''[[General Definitions]]''' or''' [[Ski Cross Glossary]]'''+Return to '''[[Freestyle Skiing]]''', '''[[Aerials]], [[General Definitions]]''' or''' [[Ski Cross Glossary]]'''
[[Category:Freestyle Glossary]] [[Category:Freestyle Glossary]]
[[Category:Freestyle Skiing]] [[Category:Freestyle Skiing]]
[[Category:Air]] [[Category:Air]]

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The steep slope that the competitor makes contact with the snow after a jump.
The steep slope that the competitor makes contact with the snow after a jump.

The steep slope that the competitor makes contact with the snow after a jump.


Image:Landing Vancouver 2010 CHN.jpg


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Return to Freestyle Skiing, Aerials, General Definitions or Ski Cross Glossary

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