EARLY SPRING WATER SKIING It's early for water skiing in Seattle, Washington, but the Olympic Club members just wear coats over their bathing suits to keep warm while staging an exciting field day of water skiing skills and tricks.
TOKLE SETS NEW SKI RECORD The Flying Norwegian, Torger Tokle, sets a new National mark off this world's largest artificial ski jump at Iron Mountain in Michigan. His jump of 289 feet breaks his own mark set last year.
SKI CHAMP JUMPS 273 FEET Torger Tokle, a young Norwegian champ who has won many U.S. meets, adds another win to his list, with a spectacular leap during the annual tournament in Leavenworth, Washington. His jump thrills thousands.
DIXIE WATER-SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS The Dixie Water-Ski Championships of 1948 featuring a couple and a single woman doing stunts skiing. A man slaloms behind a boat. Several contestants jump off a ramp, a couple of them falling during their landings.
1964 WINTER OLYMPIC VILLAGE - HD Montage preparations for 1964 Olympics: Innsbruck skyline, construction of residential halls, ski slopes and high jumps, and the IMB facility where statistics are computed. Note: Mastered currently in DVC PRO HD 16 x 9 from film. Available in all HD and SD 4:3 formats.
SLALOM AND SKI JUMP COMPETITIONS Sun Valley Ski Resort in Idaho. Skiers board a sleigh and begin an ascent for the Intercollegiate Ski Meet. Competitors in the slalom event race down the hill. At Bear Mountain, New York skiers compete in the ski jump competition. Some land perfectly while others take nasty spills. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING
SKI JUMPING AND FIGURE SKATING OF 1963 1963 Championship Ski Meet in Norway. A ski jump by John Balfanz. A jump by Torbjorn Yggeseth wins the competition. Sjoukje Dijkstra world's women's figure skating champion. Donald McPherson men's figure skating champion performs freestyle skating. The pairs figure skating champions Marika Kilius and Hans-Jurgen Baumler. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING
GERMAN-AUSTRIAN SKI JUMP MEET 1966 The first major ski jump of the season gets off to a slippery start at Oberstdorf in the German-Austrian meet. There are jumpers from five countries after this title, but they all have had hard going as the course is rough and sloppy from rain and snow. The winner is Veikko Kankkonen of Finland, noted Olympic Gold Medal winner.
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