winter sport


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A sport—e.g., skating, skiing, mountaineering—practised in cold temperatures—usually less than 0ºC/32ºF—often at higher altitudes

winter sport

Sports medicine A sport–eg, skating, skiing, mountaineering, practiced in the cold–usually < 0ºC/32ºF temperatures, often at higher altitudes. See Extreme medicine, Ice climbing, Wilderness medicine.
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All student-athletes interested in participating in a winter sport should attend along with their parents.
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