inrun

noun
in·run | \ˈin-ˌrən \

Definition of inrun 

: the approach ramp of a ski jump

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Skiers start crouched on the inrun, then begin moving, gaining speed to prepare for takeoff. Charlotte Carroll, SI.com, "A Rookie's Guide to Ski Jumping at the 2018 Winter Olympics," 6 Dec. 2017

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1941, in the meaning defined above

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