Published: Jan 1987
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Causes of the ski injuries differ greatly, since the sport involves variable weather conditions, individual physical fitness, ski equipment, snow conditions, and perhaps skier's mental attitude and nutrition. There are two peak hours for accidents on days when the air temperature is higher than the monthly mean temperature, and one peak hour, on days when it is lower. Most skiing injuries occur when the ground snow turns to be what Mock called “Fohnschee.” If we can predict changes in snow conditions, this could help reduce the number of casualties.
athletic injuries, skiing injuries, accident peak, temperature transition, warning sign in snow
President, Sapporo Ski Patrol Red Cross Voluntary Service Association, and lecturer, Hokkido Eisei Gakuin, Sapporo,