Weather Presents Challenge for 2010 Olympic Freestylers


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Weather 2010 Olympics, a challenge?

Today’s aerial freestyle skiers have to be up to the challenge no matter what is thrown in their direction, having the ability to acclimate to and still compete in any kind of condition. For the 2010 Winter Olympics Vancouver aerialists, the competition is not just about beating the next guy, but also about beating the weather.

The 2010 Winter Olympics Vancouver freestyle aerial skiing competition will be held at Mount Cypress, which is 30 minutes away from downtown Vancouver, and has already become legendary for its hazardous and unpredictable weather conditions. Rain, snow, sleet, and fog are all very likely outcomes for this year’s Olympic competition, and many contenders for the gold are already gearing up to make their jumps no matter what Mother Nature throws their way.

Weather 2010 Olympics, important factor

While weather in 2010 Olympics is predicted to be an important factor in determining the outcome of this year’s Olympic freestyle skiing aerial competition, many contestants have already begun testing the slopes at or near Cypress, and are well prepared to continue despite any hurdles related to weather conditions, including decreased visibility caused by fog. With some of the most notorious athletes from around the globe, as well as some of the best ski gear known to man, this combination should make for a very interesting event.

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