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64 Superb Vintage Pictures Of The Winter Olympics

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1936: Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

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British figure skater Jeannette Altwegg. She won bronze but would win gold in 1952; she's the only British woman to ever win multiple winter medals.

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French sisters Christine and Marielle Goitschel, winners of the gold and silver medal, respectively, in the women's slalom final. In giant slalom, Marielle won gold and Christine silver.

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Gold medalist Manuela Di Centa of Italy is helped to her feet by bronze medalist Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi of Finland after the 30-kilometer cross-country event (left); Swiss ski jumper Sylvain Freiholz.

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1,000-meter speedskating silver medalist Jan Bos of the Netherlands (left); 1,000-meter speedskating gold medalist Ids Postma of the Netherlands (right).

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Canadian freestyle aerials skier Andy Capicik of Canada (left); Freestyle aerials bronze medalist Dmitri Dashchmisky of Belarus (right).

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