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National Coach and Instructor Scheme, the organisation that trains and certifies all Nordic ski instructors and coaches in Australia.
Negative Ski Base
A patterned non-wax ski base that has an impregnated pattern, below the level of the base. See positive ski base also.
Non-Wax Ski
A ski that, in most circumstances, needs no grip wax to enable forward or uphill movement. All skis are sold without wax, yet all benefit from having wax applied frequently.
Nordic Camber
The high arch built into Nordic skis to allow better gliding in cross country skiing. See also Alpine camber; camber; double camber.
Nordic Combined
A competitive event that combines ski jumping and cross country. Competition usually begins with a cross country race, followed by two rounds of ski jumping. See also Gundersen competition.
Nordic Skiing
This encompasses all forms of skiing involving 'free-heel' skiing, whereby the foot is only attached at the toe region to the ski. It includes biathlon, cross-country skiing, langlauf skiing, ski-orienteering, ski-racing (track racing), ski touring, telemarking, XCD skiing, and even bushwalking on skis.
Norm Point
The point at which, in ski jumping, a skier's trajectory is almost equal to that of the slope, and thus a safe and smooth landing point.
Normal Hill
A ski jump hill 90 meters high. Compare large hill.
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