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Ski Cross Course Standard see the ICR 4501


Contents

Concepts

1. The Slope;

  • Natural Features

2. The Track

- Start Area

- The way to go down the slope

- Number of Change of Directions

- Snow Making

- Safety

- Finish Area

3. The Features

- What Ski Cross Features are to be used on the Track?

1st Feature ==


Ski Cross Gates and Turns

Banks

Rollers

Ski Cross Turns

Ski Cross Jumps

Traverses

Ski Cross Landings

Ski Cross Straight Sections

4. Links to GPS Ski Cross on the Internet

  • Cypress Mountain CAN 2010 OWG [1]
  • La Plagne FRA [2]
  • Flaine FRA [3]
  • Myrkdalen NOR [4]
  • Innichen San Candido ITA [5]
  • Palandöken Mountain Erzurum TUR [6].

5. Constructed Courses

Deer Valley CAN 2008

LAAX SUI 2004


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