Cross-Country Ski-ing by Arnold Lunn

By Arnold Lunn

Arnold Lunn
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Memorial to Arnold Lunn in Mürren, Switzerland. The textual content reads, "It used to be the following in Mürren that Arnold Lunn set the 1st slalom in 1922 and organised the 1st global championship in downhill and slalom racing in 1931."

Sir Arnold Henry Moore Lunn (18 April 1888 – 2 June 1974) was once a skier, mountaineer and author. He was once knighted for "services to British snowboarding and Anglo-Swiss relatives" in 1952. His father used to be a lay Methodist minister, yet Lunn was once an agnostic and wrote severely approximately Catholicism prior to he switched over to Catholicism on the age of forty five and have become a Catholic apologist.

He used to be born in Madras, India[1] and died in London.

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CROSS-COUNTRY SKI-ING 16 be rejected because the arch is incorrect, as errors in the arch can quickly be corrected by strapping the skis together with a wedge of anything handy, such as wood The or books. — Skis occasionally are sold without a These should never be bought, as the groove keeps the skis straight and makes an appreciable difference in turning. For jumping, in fact, skis should be provided with one main groove and two groove. groove. slighter grooves. WOOD AND GRAIN Skis are made of various woods, and though service- able skis can be fashioned from birch or pine, they cannot compare with skis made from ash or hickory.

Those in which the strap passes round the heel), such as the Huitfeld, have rigid toe-irons, the Schuster is a heel binding with movable toe-irons. I prefer to use the term rigid binding for those in which the toe-irons are fixed to the skis, and the term spring binding for those in which the toe-irons are attached to a plate which revolves vertically round a point in front of the toes and is controlled by a spring. Rigid Bindings. —There are numberless ings on the market, of which the best and the BB.

The Watkins' aneroid has a mechanical adjustment which obviates this loss on the mercurial, but the Watkins is far too big and weighty for any but scientific mountaineers whose primary object is the surveying of a new for will : region. In mist the aneroid it is often extremely valuable, as enables one to locate one's position on a given contour. you Even are, it is at if you do not know exactly where any rate extremely valuable to know your height above sea level so as to limit your position to a given contour on a Siegfried.

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