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Sled

In auto sales, a trade-in automobile with little or no value.
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Since sleds can reach speeds of 25 mph, proper precautions should be taken to protect sledders from possible injury.
Grab the pencil tool and construct tracks filled with ramps, hills, and jumps then send the virtual sledder down the route and see if he makes it to the end.
Sled races are runned by 64 sledders, combined pairs of groups through 400 meters long, create colorful scenes.
The white stuff won't support the weight of sledders, and walking through it is like wading.
Alpine and cross-country skiers, snow-shoe walkers and sledders can spread their activities over 100km of extra-wide slopes and trails, many of which are lit at night.
He hears of Irving Blitzer, a disgraced American bobsledder who wanted to turn track sprinters into sledders.
Whether your kids are boarders or skiers, sledders or skaters, there are measures you can take to ensure their sport stays fun and minimize the occurrence of injury.
TWO intrepid young sledders are hoping that they can "mush" their way to the top of their sport - and help catapult husky racing back into the Olympics.
This was Jessica's fourth time to compete in the 225 kilometer (140 mile) race where teen mushers, or dog sledders, go head to head for two days.
The team was guided by an indigenous Greenlander called Nookapinga, who was considered one of the Arctic's best sledders and assisted the men in their mission to map the northern coast of Greenland and collect fossils; Above: the British ship Mauretania arriving in New York, 1920-29.