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Definition of Hermanator

Hermanator

  • In downhill skiing, a high-speed crash. Derived from the nickname of Austrian skier Herman Maier, referring to his spectacular wipe-out in the Olympic downhill at Nagano, Japan.
    Man, I pulled a hermanator on that double black diamond.

    Last edited on Feb 11 2013. Submitted by Jeff S. from Northport, ME, USA on Sep 04 1998.

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