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Skiing 1999 Edition

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Skiing 1999 Edition

get brownie points:
You don't get brownie points for nailing the midpoint
between two gates. As in automobile racing, you want to
straighten the course as much as possible, and cutting
close to gates is one way to do it.
course map:
Use the course map in the lower left of the screen
in conjunction with the main view. It helps you learn how
to set up early for upcoming turns, and the easier runs
(Aspen comes to my snow-swept mind) can be negotiated
almost exclusively via the course map.
habit of preparing:
Make a habit of preparing not just for the next gate
but for the next two gates ahead.
top ten finish:
If what you crave is a top ten finish, try playing
at the hard levels in which gates are crammed closer
together and the winning times are faster; then come
back to easy mode. It will suddenly seem all so
simple-trust me on this.
good tuck:
There's nothing better than a good tuck for a fast
Downhill time. Tucking is something you should do from
beginning to end in any Downhill event; stand only in
the most extreme turns.
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