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.
ALPINE SLALOM In Switzerland, one hundred top skiers from 14 countries warm up for the Winter Olympics in Squaw Valley on a savagely difficult slalom course, tackling 72 gates in a 200 foot drop during a snow storm. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
DOWNHILL SKIING COMPETITION The Austrian Alps are the site for the Ski Event For Men downhill skiing race. Bill Kidd from Stowe Vermont skis first. Kidd speaks to the press while surrounded by crowds. Kurt Hugler falls during his run. Fans watch from a tree. Herb Huber also falls during his run. Karl Schrantz wins the event with his run. Fans applaud and shake his hand.
ENGLEBERG WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS Europe's best skiers gather for the World Championship in Engleberg, Switzerland. France's Emile Allais keeps his balance as he slalom's downhill. A montage of spectacular ski crashes emphasizes the dangers of the event.
SLALOM SKIING AROUND TREES Skiers at Mount Hood in Oregon brave the slalom trails. There are additional obstacles of small trees dotting the trail. The skiers proceed with caution in their attempts to make it through all the gates.
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