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featuring the Men's Downhill and Men's Slalom from Kitzbuehel
It's festival time here in the Austrian Tyrol as this fashionable resort hosts ski racing's most dramatic and spectacular event - the Hahnenkamm. For the spectator it's an exhilarating experience, but for the ski racer it's the ultimate test of skill, stamina and, above all, nerve. The 'Streif downhill course is the most unforgiving piste on the World Cup circuit, so the satisfaction of survival is the simple ambition of most - only the brave dare to hope for more.
DAVID VINE describes the memorable moments of this downhill and slalom weekend; DAVID GOLDSTROM reports from Switzerland on preparations for next week's World Alpine Championships at Crans-Montana.
TVpresentation by ORF. Austria Producer JIM RESIDE
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