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stem christie Syllabification: stem chris·tie
Pronunciation: /ˌstem ˈkristē/

Definition of stem christie in English:


A turn made by stemming with the upper ski and then lifting the other one parallel to it for most of the turn.
Example sentences
  • My legs were quivering but I relied on snow plow and stem christies traversing my way down, slowly.
  • It consisted of sideslips and stem christies through tight trees, tree wells, and melting out creeks.
  • Quite simply you are going to forget the bog standard stem christie and start all over again.

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