Science and Skiing III
Erich Müller, Dave Bacharach, Riggs Klika
Meyer & Meyer Sport, 2005 - Science - 437 pages
Science and Skling III presents the results of the Third International Congress on Skling and Science, held of Snowmass at Aspen, CO USA, from March 28 - April 3, 2004. Offered therein is a broad spectrum of current research work in alpine skling, snowboarding, cross country skling and ski Jumping, from some of the most renowned experts in the relevant fields. The papers in this volume will surely stimulate marry scientists throughout the world to enhance research in the field of skling.
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