FIVE OLYMPIC RUNS YOU CAN SKI
1 Women's Downhill, Squaw Valley, Calif. Games: Squaw Valley, 1960
The course remains nearly unchanged since the 1960 games, and is considered the steepest run off Squaw's challenging KT-22 peak.
2 Olympique Hommes, Chamrousse, France Games: Grenoble, 1968
Jean-Claude Killy kept the gold at home on the Olympic men's downhill course, which descends almost 2,000 feet.
3 Cloudspin, Whiteface, N.Y. Games: Lake Placid, 1980
The men's Cloudspin course made a name for Eastern skiing during the 1980 games with its 2,700-foot vertical drop.
4 Le Face de Bellevarde, Val d’Isere, France Games: Albertville, 1992
Alberto Tomba braved the unusually steep course that runs just over 3,000 vertical feet to nab the gold medal.
5 Franz's Downhill, Whistler Blackcomb, B.C. Games: Vancouver, 2010
Americans Lindsey Vonn and Julia Mancuso took home gold and silver, respectively, on Franz’s at the 2010 games.