Towards the bottom of a hill; as, water runs downhill.
Declivous; descending; sloping.
Declivity; descent; slope.
a type of racing held on ski slopes - fastest rider to the bottom wins.
the downward slope of a hill
a ski race down a trail
sloping down rather steeply
toward the bottom of a hill; "running downhill, he gained a lot of speed"
The longest and fastest alpine skiing event, comprised of one run with the fastest time determining the winner.
High-speed ski racing with tight turns and jumps. Speeds can be in excess of 60 mph. Also, the common term used for alpine skiing.
A non-Olympic mountain bike event in which riders race down a hill one-by-one, the winner being the rider with the fastest time.
1: A mountain bike event that challenges the rider to get down a hill as quickly as possible. 2: Also traditionally describes especially durable, long-travel bikes.
A race almost straight down the fall line of a steep slope. Skiers usually go individually and the result is based on electronic timing.
The downhill is an alpine skiing discipline. The rules for the downhill were originally developed by Sir Arnold Lunn for the 1921 British National Ski Championships.
Downhill is a 1927 film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and based on the play Down Hill. It is Hitchcock's fourth film.