Explains and shows how the concept of running gates (introduced by the Ski Club Kandahar’s Brithish leader Sir Arnold Lunn, in part through his connection and friendship with Hannes Schneider, and by association the Ski Club Arlberg), became a widely accepted and watched sport throughout Austria in the early 1920, when such races as the infamous Arlberg-Kandahar and Hannenkamm were established, and later in the Americas, where the first offically recognized downhill competition was held in 1927 on Mt. Moosilauke in New Hampshire.
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