Alpine Skiing is the sport of sliding down snow-covered hills on skis with fixed-heel bindings. What's different from downhill skiing is the turning and technique being a bigger importance.
The skier will start from the top of the hill and make their way down as fast as they can. They must cross the finish line with both the ski tips on the course for the timer to stop.
There's only one role which is the skier.
Equipment needed for participating in the activity are boots, helmet, jacket, pants, and socks that's made for skiing in snowy conditions. It is recommended to stay warm with mid and base layers as well. Skis, poles, and bindings are the three main components of traveling down snow. Most resorts offer rental for those who don't own skis.
Marcel Hirscher is an Austrian former World Cup alpine ski racer. Winner of a record eight consecutive World Cup titles,Hirscher has also won 11 medals at the Alpine Skiing World Championships, seven of them gold, a silver medal in slalom at the 2014 Winter Olympics, and two gold medals in the combined
September 2, 1989