OLYMPIC SKI JUMPING East German skier Helmut Recknagle wins the 80 meter ski jump on the last day of the 1960 Winter Olympics in Squaw Valley, CA. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES AT INNSBRUCK Highlights from the 1964 Winter Olympic Games at Innsbruck, Austria include bobsledding and downhill slalom skiing events. The United States speed skater, Terry McDermott, wins the gold medal breaking the Olympic record. More highlights of ski jumping in slow motion.
TOP SKI JUMPERS VIE FOR CROWN Anston Samuelsten, Norwegian-born Ski Jumper, gives the crowd of 7,500 something to talk about as he wins the national championships at Fox River Grove near Chicago, Steve Rieschl of Colorado p1aces second among 120 riders of the snow slopes.
NORTHWEST SKI JUMP COMPETITION Champion skiers arrive for the third annual northwest ski jump in Snoqualmie Pass, Washington. British Columbia’s Nordal Kaldahl carries off all honors with a perfect jump of 185 feet. However others are not quite so fortunate and come in for some hard landings.
LAKE PLACID COLLEGIATE SKI JUMP EVENT Collegiate ski jumpers soar through the air in Lake Placid, New York during an annual winter ski jump event. E.J. Blood of New Hampshire University keeps his head and his feet intact with a perfect jump of 107 feet winning the event.
SKI JUMP & FOUR-MAN BOBSLED - 1932 WINTER OLYMPICS Athletes from around the Winter Olympics gather at Lake Placid, N.Y. Great POVs of athletes rocketing down the ski jump. Norway’s Birger Ruud leaps 216 and 226 feet in successive heats to win the event while the bobsled driving of Billy Fiske and Harry Homburger garners the four-men team first place.
GREAT SPORTS MOMENTS OF 1964 The year in sports is relived with highlights from the Summer and Winter Olympic games, baseball's world series, the Indianapolis 500, Masters Golf Tournament, American Cup sailing and horse racing.
COLLEGE SKI JUMPING TOURNAMENT - 1930 College skiers compete in a Bear Mountain, New York tournament soaring through the air and touching down, sometimes less than gracefully. Edward Blood of the Univsersity of New Hampshire establishes a new ski record with a sensational 150 foot jump.
SKI JUMP RECORD BY UNIVERSITY STUDENT At Bear Mountain, NY, completing a sensational jump of 150 feet, Edward Blood of Univsersity of New Hampshire establishes a new ski record in Interstate tournament. High-lighted by thrills, chills, and spills, the meet draws a crowd of 12,000 enthusiasts.
Date: 1931 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:50:00, No Audio
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