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Skating without poles
In skating, the skier progresses on flat tracks by sliding thanks to lateral propulsion. He must be able to withstand long phases of gliding while advancing through unipodal position, meaning on a single ski. When the speed is too high for the skier to use his arms, like at the end of a descent, the impetus is only given by the skating movement of his legs without using poles, like in rollerblading.
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