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09-30-2011, 03:53 PM
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Originally Posted by ktang View Post
I remember Nash vs Alfredsson in that slalom race. Nash won easily; before the race the commentators thought that Alfredsson would win, because he is European and smaller.

Nash used skidded turns (skidding on the inside skate, cutting on the outside skate), so his turns around the cones were much sharper. Alfredsson used gliding turns, so his path through the course was a lot longer. Both crossed over after exiting each turn. After 2 cones Nash was ahead to stay.
Originally Posted by krax View Post
Are you talking about what you see between 0:18 and 0:24?
Short pushes with the outside leg. Helps building up speed in turns.
Thanks guys very helpful, great memory ktang.

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