Portrait of French skier Jean-Claude Killy taken 17 February 1968 in Chamrousse, near Grenoble (French Alps), during the Winter Olympic Games. Killy won three gold medals during the competition (downhill, slalom and giant slalom) to tie Austrian Toni Sailer's performance in the 1956 Winter Olympic Games in Cortina d'Ampezzo (Italy).
Unsere Vreni war eine der besten Ski-Rennfahrerinnen der 80er. Schön waren die Zeiten, snifff:-)
Laureus World Sports Academy Member Franz Klammer dominated the world of downhill skiing during the mid-1970s and over the course of his career, he won an unprecedented 26 World Cup races. But his finest hour indisputably came during the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria when he dramatically responded to the pressure of the home fans and won the Olympic downhill by 0.33 of a second.