Winter Events

  • Linda K. Fuller


As for Summer, this chapter includes a brief discussion of Winter Games, followed by the template for the following events: Biathlon (Bobsleigh and Skeleton), Curling, Ice Hockey, Luge, Skating (Figure, Short Track, Speed), Skiing (Alpine, Cross-Country, Freestyle, Ski Jumping), and Snowboarding.


Alpine, skiing and snowboarding Ice sports Nordic events and para-events 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Linda K. Fuller
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  1. 1.Worcester State UniversityWorcesterUSA

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