Downhill, cross country, slalom.
Alpine Skiing, Cross Country Skiing, Free-Style Skiing, Ski Jumping
There is freestyle, where you do tricks off jumps and rails. There is slalom, where you race between two sets of poles. Alpine skiing, or downhill skiing, where you just go skiing for the fun of it. Cross country skiing, in which you push yourself forward on mostly flat terrain using your poles and skiis. Well, there's some!
There is alpine skiing, cross country,Nordic,freestyle, speed skiing, acrobatic and ski jumping
In Alpine skiing there are 4 main types of ski racing, slalom, giant slalom, super giant slalom and downhill. In the events you must ski around "gates" without missing a gate or you will get disqualified. You race against people your age and gender and whoever make it down the course the fastest wins! In cross-country skiing there are two main types, free (skate) and classic style. You ski a prepared track typically between 2 and 50 kilometers long.
Alpine There are 4 main types of alpine ski racing: slalom, giant slalom, super giant slalom and downhill. In the events you must ski around "gates" without missing a gate or you will get disqualified. You race against people in your age and gender and whoever make it down the course the fastest wins! Cross-country Is divided into classic and free (skate) categories or a combination of them. You ski a track which is a mix of uphill, downhill and flat parts ranging typically from a few to 50 kilometers. And as for alpine skiing, fastest to complete the course wins.
Alpine and Nordic
Alpine and Nordic.
There are different types of binding for different types of skiing. Alpine ski binding fasten the boot to the ski at the heel and tow and allows the boot to release during falls. There are three Nordic binding systems for cross country skiing. Cross country skies usually slide a bar in the shoe into a catch.
There are several types of skiing and one of them is cross-country skiing.
Artic and Alpine ;)