CAROL HEISS BRINGS U.S. FIRST OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL At Squaw Valley, California, 20-year-old Carol Heiss of Queens, New York, give a superb performance in the figure skating event, triumphing with a wide margin to bring America its first Gold Medal in the 1960 International Contest. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
U.S. HOCKEY TEAMS WINS OLYMPIC GOLD The U.S. hockey sextet scores a stirring come-back to defeat Czechoslovakia anD win the U.S.'s first hockey gold medal in the history of the winter games. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
SKATING IN ROCKEFELLER CENTER In New York, an open-air ice rink at Rockefeller Center is the showcase for a style show on skates, with top models displaying the newest in winter sports wear, for charity.
1962 NATIONAL FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS The contestant who cuts a fancy figure at the National Figure Skating Championships is a 12-year-old, Scott Allen. He finishes second to an old man, 17-year-old Monty Hoyt. Mrs. Barbara Roles-Pursley wins the Women's Title, making a comeback after two years in retirement.
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