What gets my goat is skiiers on a cat track, when they carve they take up the whole track. It's like their body stays near the middle but their skis go to the limits of each side making it damn near impossible to pass without being overly aggressive. Snowboarders on the other hand seem to have their bodies move along with their boards when they carve so you can find a good time to pass. But on the other hand boarders and more erratic with their carves compared to the skiers predictable turns.
True that! the bad skier on the cat track is a pain in the ass, you did everything you could to keep your speed on that warm sticky day and when you decide to pass they get you to brake and become that dude one footed pushing along.
Honorable mention to the skier on the cat track with wannabee full race downhill stance, poles sticking out to the sides as high as they can go ready to poke anybody. (as if aerodynamism mattered at 4mph)