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giant slalom

noun, Skiing.
1.
a slalom race in which the course has more gates and is longer and steeper than that in a regular slalom.
Origin
1950-1955
1950-55
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  • The next morning the writer is allowed to visit the super giant slalom course.
  • She won the giant slalom, but it's her slalom victory that still amazes me today.
  • Organizers have spiced up the format of snowboarding's other event, giant slalom, to be more fan-friendly.
  • She has won races in every event but the giant slalom.
  • There were few surprises in the giant slalom but there was injury misfortune and a bit of controversy.
British Dictionary definitions for giant slalom

giant slalom

noun
1.
(skiing) a type of slalom in which the course is longer and the obstacles are further apart than in a standard slalom
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