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.
1970 WORLD FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS Figure Skaters compete for the title of world champion in men's, women's and pairs events at the 1970 World Figure Skating Championships. The medalists for the women's competition pose for pictures. The gold medalist Gabriele Seyfert shows her medal. The men's medalists wave their flowers to the audience who watches from the grandstands.
Date: March 10, 1970 - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:48:00, No Audio
BARREL JUMPING At Grossingers, New York, the annual world barrel-jumping championship, won for the umpteenth time by the perennial and astonishing Leo Lebel with a titanic leap. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
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.
CHICAGO WINS THE STANLEY CUP In the third period of the final game of the Stanley Cup Championships of 1961, the Chicago Black Hawks score two insurance runs and win the game 5-1. They celebrate their championship title on the ice.
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