Desirae Yeddo Alpine Skiing in Croatia
Alpine Skiing in Croatia started in 1995 and 94 players are involved. Some leagues have cup games and competitions.
Some rules for this game are: you have to have a skiing license, you must be 16 years old by December 31 of the season, and you must be properly registered.
The time length depends on the category like men or women.
The best time in Alpine Skiing wins. There is no side by side competition or judges or style points. You have to do it individually.
One basic strategy for the sport is wide ski stance. The wide ski stance improves their lateral stability.
The penalty is based on how many racers are in the field or on the slope.
Some equipment used for Alpine Skiing are skis, poles, boots, helmet, gloves, goggles, a suit and bindings.
One way that skiing has changed is the way they are made. The first skis were made of wood. But, now they are made of metal.
Alpine Skier and Alpine Skiing boards.
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