kick turn

NOUN
  1. a standing turn made in skiing; one ski is raised to the vertical and pivoted backward to become parallel with the other ski but headed in the opposite direction and then the other ski is aligned with the first
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How To Use kick turn In A Sentence

  • Ski instruction, taught to officers by civilians, included herringbone climbing, kick turns, pole-jumping over logs and snowplows.
  • Everybody, even our best skiers, cautiously sidestepped down the first narrow pitch, then made cautious traverses and kick turns.
  • As with downhill skiing, the kick turn is essential for climbing.
  • Flood's clever kick turned the defence and, though Ashton was lucky not to be called offside in hacking it on, it was his presence of mind that set up the next phase for the replacement hooker, Dylan Hartley, who ran on to a pass from good charging distance for the try. Martin Johnson's emerging England taught lesson by ruthless All Blacks
  • Ski instruction, taught to officers by civilians, included herringbone climbing, kick turns, pole-jumping over logs and snowplows.
  • Ski instruction, taught to officers by civilians, included herringbone climbing, kick turns, pole-jumping over logs and snowplows.
  • Everybody, even our best skiers, cautiously sidestepped down the first narrow pitch, then made cautious traverses and kick turns.
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