Alpine skiing, figure skating, ice hockey, bobsledding and cross country skiing.
Its the same, but olympic skiing take place in the olympics;-)
alpine skiing in the Olympics is a race and regular alpine skiing is recreational.
figure skating, alpine skiing, skeleton
Winter Olympic sports held outdoors are alpine skiing, freestyle skiing, cross country skiing, bobsleigh, skeleton, luge, ski jumping, nordic combined, biathlon, and snowboarding.
Through the 2006 Games in Turin, that is Austria who has won 101 medals (30 gold, 34 silver, 37 bronze) in alpine skiing. Austria's 30 gold medals is also the most gold medals won by a country in alpine skiing.
5 (contested by both men and women)
Alpine Skiing, Bobsled, Biathlon, Cross-Country, Freestyle Skiing, Figure Skating, Luge, Snowboarding, and Speed Skating.snow skiing
For Alpine skiing need Balance.
Alpine skiing is for both guys and girls.
Yes however in alpine skiing you tend to be in the Alps and no uphill cross country skiing is involved
It can be. Alpine skiing means downhill skiing while nordic skiing is cross-country skiing. Freestyle is part of alpine, but instead of just going down the mountain freestyle is specifially jumps, grinds tricks etc.
Yes, they are. That's why it's called Alpine skiing!
Mainly winter sports ... they have won their most Olympic medals in alpine skiing, bobsleigh, and snowboarding.
As far as popularity, it would be figure skating, alpine skiing, and ice hockey.
German with 3 gold medals.
"Alpine" means of, relating to or inhabiting mountains, or, with regard to skiing, the branches of skiing incorporating slalom and downhill - in comparison with Nordic skiing.
Bode Miller Alpine Skiing happened in 2006.
Through the 2006 Winter Games in Turin, Greek athletes have participated in Alpine skiing, Biathlon, Bobsled, Cross Country skiing, Luge, Skeleton, and Snowboarding. They have yet to win a Winter Olympic medal.
well, why not? If there's no alpine, there's always nordic! "Where there be snow, there be skiing". SKI FAST - HAVE A BLAST