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  1. Franz Klammer. Franz Klammer nació el 3 de diciembre de 1953 en Mooswald ( Austria ), es un exesquiador que ganó 1 Medalla de Oro Olímpica (1 Medalla en total), 2 Campeonatos del Mundo (3 Medallas en total), 5 Copas del Mundo en disciplina de Descenso y 26 victorias en la Copa del Mundo de Esquí Alpino (con un total de 45 podiums).

  2. Franz Klammer. Franz Klammer (born 3 December 1953) is a former champion alpine ski racer from Austria. Klammer dominated the downhill event for four consecutive World Cup seasons ( 1975 – 78 ). He was the gold medalist at the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, winning the downhill at Patscherkofel by a margin of 0.33 seconds with ...

  3. 1.2M views 5 years ago. Finally!! Here it is !! The FULL unedited original legendary run of Franz Klammer at the 1976 Innsbruck Olymps! The greatest downhill run of ALL Time!

  4. 5 de feb. de 1976 · 5 February 1976, Innsbruck – Franz Klammer writes the greatest page of his story. He remains the king of the downhill, the most successful skier of anyone in his discipline in the World Cup. But Franz Klammer's career took an exceptional turn when he won in front of a huge crowd during the Innsbruck Games on 5 February 1976.

  5. www.fis-ski.com › news-multimedia › athletesFIS | Franz KLAMMER

    31 de ago. de 2018 · Franz Klammer is one of the all-time legendsof skiing. He is considered the best-ever Downhill skier who dominated the competitions in the seventies and the eighties. His technique over an icy slope, his jumping skills and his ability to find incredible race lines remain absolutely unique.

  6. Franz Klammer (born Dec. 3, 1953, Mooswald, Austria) Austrian Alpine skier who specialized in the downhill event, winning 25 World Cup downhill races in his career. He won the gold medal in the downhill event at the 1976 Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria.

  7. Klammer Express storms to downhill gold. Franz Klammer flying down Patscherkofel – a blur in his bright yellow ski suit, wildly waving his arms and ski poles to stay vertical – is one of the defining images not just of downhill skiing, but also of the history of the Winter Olympic Games.