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A few of the books available on Alpine Skiing are listed below. Use the following Library of Congress subject headings to search for more books by subject in the UMD Library Catalog.

Cross-country skiing
Downhill Skiing
Skis and skiing
telemark (Skiing)

Barnett, Steve. (1978). Cross-country downhill and other Nordic mountain skiing techniques. Seattle : Pacific Search Press. GV854.9.C7 B36

Duoos, Bridget A. (2012). Teaching cross-country skiing. Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics. GV855.3 .D86 2012

Gullion, Laurie. (1990). Ski games : a fun-filled approach to teaching Nordic and Alpine skills. Champaign, Ill. : Leisure Press. GV854.32 .G85 1990

Howe, Steve. (1997). Making camp : the complete guide for hikers, mountain bikers, paddlers & skiers. Seattle : Mountaineers. GV191.7 .M265 1997
Lind, David. (2004). The physics of skiing : skiing at the Triple Point. New York : Springer. QC26 .L56 2004
Reichenfield, Rob. (1995). Snowboarding. Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics. GV857.S57 R45 1995

Slade, Andrew. (2007). Skiing the north shore : a guide to cross country trails in Minnesota's spectacular Lake Superior region. Duluth, Minn. There & Back Books. GV854.5.M6 S53 2007

Rusko, Heikki. (2003). Cross country skiing. Malden, MA : Blackwell Science, Ltd. QT 260.5 .S6 C951 2003

Van Tilburg, Christopher. (1998). Backcountry snowboarding. Seattle, WA : Mountaineers. GV857 .S57 V36 1998

Yacenda, John. (1992). Alpine skiing : steps to success. Champaign, IL : Leisure Press. GV854 .Y32 1992


Web Links

American Blind Skiing Foundation www.absf.org/

National Brotherhood of Skiers www.nbs.org/

National Ski Areas Association www.nsaa.org/

National Ski Patrol www.nsp.org/

National Ski and Snowboard Retailers Association http://www.nssra.com/

Sky for Light, Inc. http://www.sfl.org/

SnowLink : Your link to snow sports (Snow Sport Industries America) www.snowlink.com/

U.S. Ski Coaches Association www.usskiteam.com/


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