Skiing is a competitive and recreational winter sport where individuals balance two long skis on each foot, and attempt to move downhill. Originally used as a means to travel through snow efficiently, skis now are used for a variety of winter reasons including hunting, sledding, and recreational downhill skiing. Each modern ski is typically long and slender with an upward bend and point at the front, and made from a combination of plastic, carbon, wood, steel and aluminum. Types of skiing include Alpine, Nordic and Telemark skiing, and include cross country events like, ski jumping, freeriding, and alpine skiing. Skiing is a sport that is prominently featured in the Winter Olympics.

What is alpine skiing?

Alpine skiing is downhill skiing but with fixed-heel bindings that allow the skier to set themselves in a perfect position to maneuver down a mountain. Alpine skiers practice this sport on a ski resort or go outside the ski areas.

What is super g skiing?

Super-G or Super Giant Slalom is the racing category of downhill skiing and is all about speed and precision. It officially became known to the work in the 1983 World Cup and was added to the Winter Olympics in 1988.

How many calories does skiing burn?

Burning calories while skiing varies from gender, weight, and trails. On average a person skiing burns 500 calories in an hour on normal intensity. Depending on the level of workout you are doing on the mountain and your weight class, that number will fluctuate.

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6’0” | 1.83 m
December 16, 1985
Alberto Tomba
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Alberto Tomba
6’2” | 1.88 m
October 12, 1977
Bode Miller
188.000
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Bode Miller
6’0” | 1.83 m
December 3, 1953
Franz Klammer
183.000
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Franz Klammer
5’11” | 1.80 m
March 18, 1956
Ingemar Stenmark
180.000
1956.00
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Ingemar Stenmark
5’10” | 1.78 m
October 18, 1984
Lindsey Vonn
178.000
1984.00
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Lindsey Vonn
.75” | 19.1 mm (Pole)
44”-52” | 110-130 cm
10.23-13.05 oz | 290-370 g
Ski Poles
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Ingemar Stenmark

Ingemar Stenmark is a Swedish former World Cup Alpine ski racer who is regarded as one of the most prominent Swedish athletes ever. He is also recognized as being part of the greatest slalom and giant slalom skiers of all time. Ingemar Stenmark started skiing at the age of 5 and won his first national competition at the age of 8. He made his World Cup debut at the age of 17. He has won more international races than any other Alpine skier to date with 86 World Cup wins. Ingemar Stenmark retired from skiing in March of 1989.

Ingemar Stenmark has a height of 5’11” (1.80 m).

Collection of drawings of Ingemar Stenmark measured with overall height
Ingemar Stenmark is a Swedish former World Cup Alpine ski racer who is regarded as one of the most prominent Swedish athletes ever. He is also recognized as being part of the greatest slalom and giant slalom skiers of all time. Ingemar Stenmark started skiing at the age of 5.

Ingemar Stenmark has a height of 5’11” (1.80 m).

Collection of drawings of Ingemar Stenmark measured with overall height
Ingemar Stenmark
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Nationality: Sweden

Years Active: 1974-1989

Birthday
March 18, 1956

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Ingemar Stenmark standing, skiing

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Alberto Tomba

Alberto Tomba is an Italian former World Cup Alpine ski racer who is known for dominating the slalom and giant slalom disciplines in the late 1980s and 1990s. He started skiing at the age of 3 and began racing when he was 7. He was nicknamed ‘Tomba la Bomba’ that translates to ‘Tomba the Bomb’. Throughout his career Alberto Tomba won 3 Olympic gold medals, 2 World Championships, and 9 World Cup season titles. He became the second male skier ever to win 50 World Cup races. Alberto Tomba retired in March of 1998 at the age of 31.

Alberto Tomba has a height of 6’0” (1.83 m).

Collection of drawings of Alberto Tomba measured with overall height
Alberto Tomba is an Italian former World Cup Alpine ski racer who is known for dominating the slalom and giant slalom disciplines in the late 1980s and 1990s. He started skiing at the age of 3 and began racing when he was 7. He was nicknamed ‘Tomba la Bomba’ that translates to ‘Tomba the Bomb’.

Alberto Tomba has a height of 6’0” (1.83 m).

Collection of drawings of Alberto Tomba measured with overall height
Alberto Tomba
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6’0” | 1.83 m
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Nationality: Italy

Years Active: 1987-1997

Birthday
December 16, 1985

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Alberto Tomba standing, skiing

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Franz Klammer

Franz Klammer is an Austrian former Alpine ski racer known for dominating the Downhill skiing discipline. Franz Klammer won the Downhill skiing event in 4 consecutive World Cup seasons from 1975 to 1978. He also earned the Olympic gold medal at the 1976 Winter Olympics wining the Downhill event. Throughout his career Franz Klammer won 25 World Cup Downhill races and currently holds the most victories on the full course at Kitzbuhel. Franz Klammer retired in March of 1985 at the of 31. After his retirement he became involved in car racing and competed 4 seasons in the German Touring Car Championship.

Franz Klammer has a height of 6’0” (1.83 m).

Series of elevation drawings of Franz Klammer in skiing positions measured with overall height
Franz Klammer is an Austrian former Alpine ski racer known for dominating the Downhill skiing discipline. Franz Klammer won the Downhill skiing event in 4 consecutive World Cup seasons from 1975 to 1978. He also earned the Olympic gold medal at the 1976 Winter Olympics wining the Downhill event.

Franz Klammer has a height of 6’0” (1.83 m).

Series of elevation drawings of Franz Klammer in skiing positions measured with overall height
Franz Klammer
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6’0” | 1.83 m
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Nationality: Austria

Years Active: 1974-1985

Birthday
December 3, 1953

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Franz Klammer standing, skiing

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Bode Miller

Bode Miller is an American former World Cup Alpine ski racer and is considered the most successful American Alpine skier in the history of the sport. He is also considered one of the greatest World Cup racers of all time having 33 race wins and is 1 of the 5 men to win all 5 disciplines in a World Cup. Bode Miller has also won 6 medals in the Winter Olympics, the most any U.S skier has ever earned and was the World Cup champion in 2005 and 2008. Bode Miller officially retired from skiing in 2017.

Bode Miller has a height of 6’2” (1.88 m).

Set of illustrations of Bode Miller in various skiing poses measured with overall height
Bode Miller is an American former World Cup Alpine ski racer and is considered the most successful American Alpine skier in the history of the sport. He is also considered one of the greatest World Cup racers of all time having 33 race wins and is 1 of the 5 men to win all 5 disciplines.

Bode Miller has a height of 6’2” (1.88 m).

Set of illustrations of Bode Miller in various skiing poses measured with overall height
Bode Miller
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Nationality: United States

Years Active: 1999-2015

Birthday
October 12, 1977

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Bode Miller standing, skiing

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Ski Poles
Group of scaled illustrations of various sporting equipment compared to the Ski Pole

Ski Poles, also referred to as sticks or stocks, are used by skiers to balance and pull themselves while skiing. Ski Poles are used in Alpine Skiing, Freestyle Skiing, and Cross-Country Skiing, but are not used by ski jumpers. Ski Poles have a basket and grip elements. The basket is designed to stop the pole from sinking too deep into the snow and the grip slips over the wrist of the skier. The length and material of Ski Poles depend on the preferences of the skier. The different types of Ski Poles include Racing Poles, Super Giant Slalom Poles, and Nordic Walking Poles.

Ski Poles have a length of 44”-52” (110-130 cm) and pole diameter of .75” (19.1 mm). The mass of a Ski Pole is between 10.23-13.05 oz (290-370 g).

Drawing of a Ski Poles showing dimensioned analysis of the length, width and depth
Ski Poles, also referred to as sticks or stocks, are used by skiers to balance and pull themselves while skiing. Ski Poles are used in Alpine Skiing, Freestyle Skiing, and Cross-Country Skiing, but are not used by ski jumpers. Ski Poles have a basket and grip elements.

Ski Poles have a length of 44”-52” (110-130 cm) and pole diameter of .75” (19.1 mm). The mass of a Ski Pole is between 10.23-13.05 oz (290-370 g).

Drawing of a Ski Poles showing dimensioned analysis of the length, width and depth
Ski Poles
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.75” | 19.1 mm (Pole)
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44”-52” | 110-130 cm
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10.23-13.05 oz | 290-370 g
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Basket Diameter: 2”-4” | 50.8-101.6 mm
Materials: Carbon fiber, graphite, wood (traditional)


Skier Heights:

5’1”-5’3”: 44” | 110 cm

5’4”-5’6”: 46” | 115 cm

5’7”-5’9”: 48” | 120 cm

5’10”-6’: 50” | 125 cm

6’1”-6’6”: 52” | 130 cm

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