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Nagano Winter Olimpics '98

Aerials Tips:

 When you start down the slope  rapidly  press A. Once your player hits
 the ramp he will do the trick that you  selected  automatically.  Keep
 pressing A until your player  reaches the ground then hit the B button
 to get a perfect landing. 

Luge & Bob Sled Tip:

 During the Luge or Bob Sled  keep your player to the lower side of the
 turns. If you go too high you will flip over and be disqualified.

Ski Jump Tips:

 Before you start the jump hold the control  stick  back, then press A.
 When you reach the end of the jump press the  control  stick  forward,
 then bring it back again to keep your  player  level in the air. Don't
 worry about watching the angle meter, keep your eye on the landing bar
 to the right and hit B when the arrow reaches the green area.

 At first, you may not think that the  wind  is a  big  factor  in your
 jump.  Wind can make you lean sideways, which will slow you down. When
 you start playing, enter the ski  jumping  competition. This tip works
 on both  90 and 120  meter  ski jumps. When you enter, notice the wind
 gauge.  If the wind, in any direction, is  blowing  over 1 mph, retire
 and go back to try it again. With  no  wind, you're able to go farther
 and higher.  Just make sure that you push  forward right as you go off
 the end of the jump. 

Ski on Your Head:

 In Nagano Winter Olympics you can ski on your head! All you have to do
 is go to  Olympic  mode  and select  Freestyle  Aeriels. Then pick any
 trick. As you go down the hill don't press any button.  Wait until you
 have left the ramp then  rapidly  tap the B button. When you land your
 skier will jump  forward and land on his head and continue to ski down
 the hill with his head in the snow. 

Snowboard Tip:

 To get a perfect score on this  level  pick the  higher  level tricks,
 then complete the move that  appears  in the upper right  hand  corner
 before your player reaches the edge of the half pipe.

 Note: You don't need to  control  where your  player  goes on the half
 pipe; it's automatic. 

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