- 1A ski race down a winding course marked by flags or poles.More example sentences
- More than 400 competitors from 40 countries will take part in half-pipe, big air, snowboard-cross, parallel giant slalom and parallel slalom.
- I kept finding myself so close to the gate I could have crossblocked them like a slalom course.
- Could Killy himself pull off a hat trick of Olympic victories at Grenoble in downhill, giant slalom, and slalom?
- 1.1A sporting event on water with a winding course marked by obstacles, typically a canoe or sailing race.More example sentences
- Bill Endicott, team leader for the USA Canoe / Kayak whitewater slalom team, received an important phone call Saturday night.
- The second day is a slalom event where sailors race around a short course with many turns.
- Canoe slalom is one of the most spectacular Olympic watersports, demanding skill, stamina and courage.
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- Move or race in a winding path, avoiding obstacles: she drove with reckless speed, slaloming in and out of the stalled carsMore example sentences
- Campos makes an immediate impression, just as he did against Slovenia, slaloming through the German penalty area.
- Huckerby slalomed into the penalty area and was crudely bundled over by Matthew Taylor.
- Braking means not only the heel brake, but alternative speed control methods like the T-stop, slaloming, toe-drag, and others.
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- The magazine was published during 1986 and 1995 and was sent by post to slalomers all over the world.
- But I've seen videos of good slalomers, and some of them seem to have very high stance angles.
- This is normally done after all the other slalomers have completed their runs.
1920s: from Norwegian slalåm, literally 'sloping track'.
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