Definition of downhiller in English:

downhiller

Syllabification: down·hill·er
Pronunciation: /ˈdounˌhilər
 
/

noun

A skier or cyclist who takes part in downhill races.
More example sentences
  • Hey, we're cross country skiers, not downhillers.
  • And as downhillers know, steering originates from the seat as well as the handlebars; the long profile of the Berserkr allows subtle input to your direction.
  • But the amazing mountain scenery and death-defying speed of the downhillers kept viewers hooked on a wet and cold Sunday afternoon.

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