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Do you think ski halfpipe should be in the Olympics? No,...
hey guys, are you crazy!???
i just looked in the Voting Booth and i can't believe that 80% voted for yes.
halfpipe skiing isn't a sport like football, race skiing or somethin like that other olympic sports.
halfpipe skiing is a lot more different to all those other sports, because it has to do with style and a lot more other things!
twin-tip skiing is more an art of living than any competition at the olympic games!
in twin-tip skiing there also is no 'world-cup' wich counts every points of the different comps together, and at the end of the year we have one best man or woman! the best man of the year can only be seen subjective.
so, you see that halfpipe skiing or twin tip skiing in general doesn't exist for geting an olympic discipline.
oh, excuse me, have't seen the post about it.
dude, they did it with snowboarding and that ends up being the same thing. u still need style and skill to do it, plus afterwards, they can say that theyre olympic medalist.
its stupid, dont put it in the olympics, that should be everything we're against
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You are a total asshole. Tripping a pregnant girl is not okay.
Why would we care if the same people we see compete in the x-games or gravity games compete with their coutries flag on them, its no different than any other comp. its jsut on a huge scale. And how would it effect the average bum skiers, you'll still be able to ski if its in the olyimpics or not
yeah.... if anything it will help spark intrest in skiing and help grow the industy and make skis that are toataly awsome and sweet.
but yea drinking and driving isn't bad if you don't crash or anything
your' a buttfucking quitter!!!
Any pro will tell you that when they started skiing their dream was to compete in the olympics. There is no greater honor than to compete for your country. The only argument against it is that the IOC drug tests for pot, which would mean any pro that would want to compete for their country would have to quit their favorite past time
^ Cannabinoids like marijuana and hashish are only banned 'in competition' - 2005 WADA Prohibited Substances list.
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