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Ski:

Ski is a winter Olympic sport in which athletes compete with each other by using their skis to travel on snow. It is also played as a recreational activity.

The ski events during World Ski Championships and Olympic Games may differ from each other.

Ski 1 Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition.www.caasn.com

Ski Events (Olympic Games):

Men`s Events

Women`s Events

Alpine skiing

-       Alpine combined

-       Downhill

-       Giant slalom

-       Slalom

-       Super – G

Freestyle skiing

-       Aerials

-       Half-pipe

-       Moguls

-       Ski cross

-       Slope style

Cross – country (XC) skiing

-       15 km

-       50 km

-       4X10 km relay

-       15 km + 15 km skiathlon

-       Sprint, 1.5 km

-       Sprint, team

Nordic skiing

-       Individual, ski jumping 70 m

-       Sprint K120

-       Team, 4X5 km

Ski jumping

-       Individual 70 m

-       Individual 90 m

-       Team, 90 m

Snowboarding

-       Half – pipe

-       Giant parallel slalom

-       Parallel slalom

-       Slope style

-       Snowboard cross

Alpine skiing

-       Alpine combined

-       Downhill

-       Giant slalom

-       Slalom

-       Super - G

Freestyle skiing

-       Aerials

-       Half-pipe

-       Moguls

-       Ski cross

-       Slope style

Cross – country (XC) skiing

-       10 km

-       30 km

-       4X5 km relay

-       7.5 km + 7.5 km skiathlon

-       Sprint, 1.5 km

-       Sprint, team

Ski jumping

-       Individual 70 m

Snowboarding

-       Half – pipe

-       Giant parallel slalom

-       Parallel slalom

-       Slope style

-       Snowboard cross

 

Click on them below for detailed information about energy systems, energy maps, endurance levels, calories burned, carbohydrate loading, and risk of sports injuries in different events of Ski:

Ski Jumping (all events), Nordic Skiing (individual, ski jumping 70 m), and Freestyle Skiing (aerials):

 

Freestyle Skiing (half-pipe, moguls, slope style), and Snowboarding (half-pipe, giant parallel slalom, parallel slalom, slope style):

 

Alpine Skiing (all events), Snowboarding (snowboard cross), and Cross – Country Skiing (sprint, 1.5 km):

 

Cross – Country (XC) Skiing (10 km, 15 km, 4X10 km relay, team sprint, 7.5 km + 7.5 km skiathlon):

 

Cross – Country (XC) Skiing (15 km + 15 km skiathlon, 30 km, 50 km):

 

 

 

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