The first skiing slalom race was held at Mussen, Switzerland, in 1922 organized by the British skier, Arnold Lunn.
- Alpine skiing Equipment and History – Olympic Sport History
The first slalom competition was organised by Sir Arnold Lunn in 1922 in Mürren, Switzerland.
- Slalom skiing – Wikipedia
Slalom is an alpine skiing and alpine snowboarding discipline, involving skiing between poles … The 1866 “ski race” in Oslo was a combined cross-country, jumping and … Lunn in 1922 for the British National Ski Championships, and adopted for alpine … The gates are arranged in a variety of configurations to challenge the …
- Arnold Lunn – Wikipedia
In 1921 Lunn organized the first British national ski championship to include a national slalom race as well as jumping and cross-country. The 1921 slalom was decided on style, as Zdarsky’s pole race had been.
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This is the first draft from March 2005, to be replaced when a copy of the final version … The Hoting ski dating from about this time was dug out of a Swedish bog in 1921. … The first Arlberg Kandahar was organised at St Anton, by Hannes Schneider … Citadin Racing adopted by FIS.and first meeting of Citadin subcommittee.
- Slalom | skiing race | Britannica.com
Slalom: Slalom, ski race that follows a winding course between gates (pairs of poles … by British sportsman Arnold Lunn (later Sir Arnold Lunn) in the early 1920s.