Easiest Routes and Slow Zones: How Fast Do I Go?: Speeds and Distances

Tracey Dickson, F Terwiel, Gordon Waddington, Stephen Trathen

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Abstract

High speeds in snowsports have been associated with both the affective appeal as well as the risk of injury. Previous research of speeds of snowsport participants have been recorded on limited terrain or a single run using static radar guns or speed cameras.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSkiing Trauma and Safety
EditorsR Johnson J Shealy I Scher R Greenwald
Place of PublicationUSA
PublisherASTM International
Pages184-201
Number of pages18
Edition19
ISBN (Print)9780803175396
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Dickson, T., Terwiel, F., Waddington, G., & Trathen, S. (2012). Easiest Routes and Slow Zones: How Fast Do I Go?: Speeds and Distances. In R. J. J. S. I. S. R. Greenwald (Ed.), Skiing Trauma and Safety (19 ed., pp. 184-201). USA: ASTM International.
Dickson, Tracey ; Terwiel, F ; Waddington, Gordon ; Trathen, Stephen. / Easiest Routes and Slow Zones: How Fast Do I Go?: Speeds and Distances. Skiing Trauma and Safety. editor / R Johnson J Shealy I Scher R Greenwald. 19. ed. USA : ASTM International, 2012. pp. 184-201
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Skiing Trauma and Safety. ed. / R Johnson J Shealy I Scher R Greenwald. 19. ed. USA : ASTM International, 2012. p. 184-201.

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