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  • Fred Anton Maier: Living the dream | Video

    Fred Anton Maier: Living the dream

    Speed skater Fred Anton Maier won four medals in two editions of the Olympic Games. In the latest interview in our Words of Olympians series, the Norwegian explains how his first podium position in 1964 in Innsbruck inspired him to aim even higher.
  • Men's Super Giant slalom - Torino 2006 | Video

    Men's Super Giant slalom - Torino 2006

    Ski with the medallists in the men's super giant slalom, Kjetil Andre Aamodt (Norway, gold), Hermann Maier (Austria, silver) and Ambrosi Hoffmann (Switzerland, bronze)
  • Slalom géant masculin - Turin 2006 | Video

    Slalom géant masculin - Turin 2006

    Relive the race by Benjamin Raich (Austria), Joël Chenal (France) and Hermann Maier (Austria) in the giant slalom
  • The Herminator Becomes an Olympic Legend | Video

    The Herminator Becomes an Olympic Legend

    "Hermann Maier nicknamed ""The Herminator"", became an Olympic legend in 1998. Going down the mountain in a windy day at 70 mph, Maier lost control and flew off course, landing on his head, flipping and crashing through two fences. After what it seemed to be a near-fatal crash, Hermann Maier was only insignificantly bruised. Three days later, Maier dominated the men's downhill, claiming the Super G and Giant Slalom gold medals. Hermann Maier (AUT) - Alpine Skiing - Nanago 1998"
  • Fritz Strobl's undoubted career highlight | Video

    Fritz Strobl's undoubted career highlight

    With Hermann Maier away from the Salt Lake City Games because of injury, most observers expected Stephan Eberharter to step into the spotlight and become the next Austrian alpine skiing superstar. Yet few events of such calibre throw up quite so many surprises as the men’s downhill in Salt Lake...
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