Men's Downhill

Leon Wynter talks to NPR's Elizabeth Arnold about the men's Olympic downhill competition that gets underway tomorrow. The course is aptly named "The Grizzly," and racers are expected to hurtle down the nearly 10,000-foot mountain at an average speed of 70 miles per hour.

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