sledder


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someone who rides a sled

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An avid lead rock climber and dog sledder and blessed with a mischievous, dry with, she had traversed Greenland for 46 days, pulling an 180-pound sled over the mountains during one of the worst winters in its history.
The Soapbox: A dog sledder in Winfield, lifesaving in Elgin and West Dundee, holiday love in Arlington Heights and more.
As a recreational sledder for 31 years, he's well-known in snowmobiling circles for his drive in designing the Sudbury trail plan and having served on a number of national bodies of organizations.
It took two years to develop the "scoop" the smooth, curved part of the pants that flips down behind the sledder's heel.
For liability reasons, the Du Quoin State Police were discouraging use of the northern hills for sledding and four-wheeling, but that didn't stop most determined sledders who climbed over fences and walked across frozen lakes to honor the age-old tradition of fairgrounds sledding ...
However, the lack of control over speed and maneuvering is a critical issue which sledders encounter, and hence, a vast majority of sledders refrain from using inflatable sleds.
Established in 1972 by two passionate dog sledders in Minnesota, Ultra Paws has focused on quality, durability, and functionality, and is nationally known for their full range of dog gear, including boots, coats, and accessories.
Dressed as the Jamaican bobsleigh team from the classic 1993 film Cool Runnings, Jane and her sledders have already completed seven running events in their eyecatching outfits.
"There are many more famous Alaskan dog sledders than pop stars," smiled John Gourley, singer, guitarist, songwriter and frontman for indie-rock band Portugal.
But how can a country like the Philippines that has no snow, more so a bobsled track-a long, curvy ice canal where sledders race for the fastest time-produce standouts?
Caption: SLEDDERS CAN reach speeds of 40 mph on the dunes.
Getting ready on track in the early hours of the day, the sledders began to ski with the start flag of the referee.
Nevertheless, walkers, sledders, some cars and the occasional cross-country skier ventured into the dazzling white Washington landscape under a bright sun.