Frozen in time: the greatest moments at the Winter Olympics

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General Pub. Group, Sep 8, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 208 pages
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To mark the upcoming 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan, Peabody Award-winning Olympic fimmaker, author, and sports historian Bud Greenspan pays tribute to the atheletes who have personified this honored Olympic philosophy, presenting an unforgettable collection of hte Winter Games' most fascinating and inspiring stories. Greenspan transforms the Winter Olympics from a determination of who can ski, skate, or sled the fastest into compelling individual dramas in which personal triumphs and defeats unfold.

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Frozen in Time: The Greatest Moments at the Winter Olympics

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Veteran sports film producer Greenspan narrows the focus from his 1995 book 100 Greatest Moments in Olympic History (General Pub. Group) to look at the winter sports. Fifty-six brief chapters, each ... Read full review

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Foreword
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Franz Klammer
25
Andrea Mead Lawrence
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