Skiing - Gallery

Gallery

  • Alpine skier running a downhill course

  • Freestyle switch 720 mute grab

  • A ski jumper using the V-style

  • Cross country skiing: Priit Narusk in the qualification for the Tour de Ski in Prague.

  • Cross country skiing: Skiing tracks in snow in mountains in Sarek, Sweden.

  • Dry slope racing

  • A person without the use of his legs learning to ski on a sit-ski, using two outriggers.

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