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International Children’s Winter Games

2021

Sports

Sports

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Alpine skiing

Alpine skiing

Alpine skiing is the pastime of sliding down snow-covered slopes on skis with fixed-heel bindings, unlike other types of skiing, which use skis with free-heel bindings. It has technical event (slalom/Giant slalom) and speed event (Downhill/Super-G).
Freestyle skiing

Freestyle skiing

Freestyle skiing combines speed, showmanship and the ability to perform aerial manoeuvres whilst skiing. The Mogul competition is a judged sport. The competition is held on a course with variety mogul terrain. The specially designed cross course is set up on a natural terrain with artificial features including turns, roller sections, and jumps..
Snowboard

Snowboard

Snowboard was developed in the United States in the 1960s as people across the country began to seek out new winter activities. Over the next decade, various pioneers boosted the production of boards and the sport began to gain crossover appeal. Surfers and skateboarders became involved, and by 1980, snowboarding was a nationwide activity. Snowboard combines elements of surfing, skateboarding, and skiing.
CrossCountry

CrossCountry

CrossCountry Skiing is the oldest type of skiing. It emerged from a need to travel over snow-covered terrain, often called as marathon of skiing. Skiers propel themselves either by striding forward (classic style) or side-to-side in a skating motion (skate skiing). Men usually have 15km,30km and 50km course and ladies have 5km,10km, 20km course competition.
Biathlon

Biathlon

Biathlon combines the power and aggression of cross-country skiing with the precision and calm of marksmanship. The word biathlon stems from the Greek word for two contests, and is today seen as the joining of two sports; skiing and shooting. Biathlon has its roots in survival skills practised in the snow-covered forests of Scandinavia, where people hunted on skis with rifles slung over their shoulders.
Ice hockey

Ice hockey

Ice hockey is a sport where two teams faceoff and may carry a maximum of 22 players and three goaltenders on their roster. Up to five players may skate on the ice at one time for each team and normally the goaltender is used as their sixth on-ice player. Each team battles for possession of the puck, which is a disk made of vulcanized rubber that serves the same function as a ball in other competitions, and players use hockey sticks to control it. The teams compete to score a goal into their opponent’s net to score points.
Figure Skating

Figure Skating

Figure skating is an ice sport where athletes wear bladed skates and perform different specific acrobatic movements including the men’s and ladies’ singles, ice dance, and pairs where men and ladies compete together, and the Team event.
Short track

Short track

Short track speed skating is a skating competition that takes place on a 111.12m track in a 960x30m ice rink. As it uses a shorter track than the conventional 400m track. This game include a total of eight events for men and women which are 500m, 1000m, 1500m and team events.
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