Definition Of Super-G
1. The Super-G, or Super Giant slalom, is an alpine skiing discipline where the main objective is to go through a fixed set of gates (or poles) on a downhill course. This is a speed event where the skier has to go through gates that are farther apart than the gates for the giant slalom, which is regarded as a technical event. The super-g races have a lower starting point that the one used for downhill races.
Examples Of Super-G
1. Miller is a veteran on the Super-G course. He’s known his ability to stay tucked and maintain max speed during the entire ride down the hill.
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