Alpine Skiing, an Olympic Sport
Alpine skiing is a winter sport that involves skiing downhill on a slope. The skier uses long, narrow skis and poles to navigate through a course that includes gates, turns, and jumps. Alpine skiing is an Olympic sport that consists of five disciplines: downhill, slalom, giant slalom, super-G, and combined. Downhill is the fastest discipline and involves skiing down a steep slope at high speeds, while slalom is the slowest and requires the skier to navigate through a course of closely spaced gates. Alpine skiing requires strength, skill, and precision, and is one of the most popular winter sports in the world.
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