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Originally Posted by Zone View Post actually come out of the carve faster than you went in...
What if I come out of a carve going uphill huh?

The difference is subtle, linking turns can be carving and vice versa. But generally linking turns is regarded as a learning milestone while carving is a discipline. A discipline is a style made up of applied techniques, carving usually runs hand in hand with racing.
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