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slalom

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Other sports
slalomsla‧lom /ˈslɑːləm/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DSOa race for people on skis or in canoes down a curving course marked by flags
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slalomIt was like a slalom down there.Each year the Lake Eldora team staged a dual slalom between parents and racers.Much of the equipment used at today's slalom is of no or very limited use for anything other than slalom.Close to 2 million people now enjoy the sport, which combines elements of skateboarding and surfing into a high-speed slalom.Keen skiers are taken through the turning techniques, slalom and bumps.Remember us when you win the slalom Olympic gold.The slalom kayak is fragile, uncomfortable and with unforgiving edges.
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