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Vintage Film Snow Skiing

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Skiing is a recreational activity and competitive sport in which the participant attaches long runners or skis to boots or shoes on the feet and uses them to travel on top of snow. Aside from recreation and competition, skiing has been used for military purposes and even travelling in areas that experience heavy snowfall. Alpine Also called downhill skiing, typically, it takes place at a ski resort or dry slope. It originated in the European Alps, and is characterized by fixed-heel bindings that attach at both the toe and the heel of the skier's boot. Sub-genres of alpine skiing include: Freestyle Heliskiing Competitive classes include: slalom, giant slalom, Super-G, Downhill, and disabled skiing. In alpine skiing, for every 1000 people skiing in a day, on average between two and four will require medical attention. Knee injuries account for 33 percent of injuries. Most accidents are the result of user error leading to an isolated fall. Nordic Cross-country or backcountry skiing is the oldest form of skiing and was developed in Scandinavia as a way of travelling over snow. It uses free-heel bindings that attach at the toes of the skier's boots but not at the heels. Various specialties of competitive or recreational skiing developed from this basic style, sub-genres of Nordic skiing include: Cross-country skiing Telemark Ski-flying and ski jumping Skijoring
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