Explains and shows how the 1936-37 winter sport season opened in America with the 1936 Winter Sport Shows at New York's Madison Square Garden and the Boston Garden, which together attracted over 200,000 spectators. The shows promoted America’s fledgling Winter Sports, and included sled dog races, ski jumping, and alpine skiing demonstrations spotlighting Hannes Schneider and his disciples Benno Rybitzka and Otto Lang. This story is told in part by Otto Lang and includes footage from the shows.
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