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Old 08-22-2013, 02:46 PM
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I don't think your to far from running the course. Definitely stay with the one ball starts until you run the whole pass, adding the gate back in after that is easy. What everyone said about arms and back foot is very true but I would start were you look. It looks like you are looking right at the next buoy, so you ski right to it, and start your turn at the buoy, you should be finishing your turn there. Look 20 feet or so in front of the buoy your going to, start your turn at that imaginary buoy and finish your turn at the real buoy. I would suggest 1 ball starts spray the inside of 2,3,4,5 go around six, working at getting early to the buoy first then wide second. Then start going around some of the other buoys until you can go around the all of them
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