They are bounds lines, if you cross them you have gone out of bounds. Edit: I'm not sure exactly which lines you are referring to, but snow competitions often have paint on the snow surface at various places to give depth definition to the athletes. Looking at a large white bright surface makes it difficult for your brain to exactly judge how soon you will land, if you are in the air at the time. Painting lines on the snow (or scattering leaves) lets you judge the distances much easier. If they were skiing and riding over these line though out the course then that's what it was for.
Edvard munch painted it of course.
To have good energy and think good of course!
Parallel giant slalom snowboarding takes place on a course similar to the alpine giant slalom for skiing, where the athelete must weave through flags in a timed race down the course.
Painted of course...it has an extremely different variety of paints.
Of course they do.
no of course not
Pheidippides laid out 600 foot race course in the ancient Olympics.
He painted, of course. He painted paintings called impressionist paintings. His type of painting changed the world!
Claude Monet painted it.
Of course! Many people take care of eastern painted turtles.
No. Snowboard cross is a downhill sport, but the slopes are not any where near as steep as downhill racing - snowboarding on an Olympic level downhill ski course would be suicide.
Where? of course in Olympics.
Yes,of course it is!
The purpose of a course outline is to display to the students what will be covered over the course of the class. The course outline usually includes what textbooks will be needed, and what will be learned throughout the course of the class.
He painted it when he was alive! of course. No actually he painted it in the year December 15 1467.
Yes of course they are
Bronze of course!
Of course they do.
Of course it does why wouldn't it
yes of course
cause the company painted it blue,of course!