Adam Malysz first rose to fame nearly a decade ago, when he won the Four Hills tournament, considered the annual Super Bowl of ski jumping... That victory made him an enormous star in his native Poland, and he went on to win two Olympic medals in 2002... Though no longer dominant, the veteran remains a medal threat entering his fourth Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver.
|Fri, Feb 12 - 10:00a||Indiv. Normal Hill -- Qual.||Qualified|
|Sat, Feb 13 - 9:45a||Indiv. Normal Hill -- 1st Rd.||3||132.5|
|Sat, Feb 13 - 11:01a||Indiv. Normal Hill -- Final Rd.||2||269.5|
|Fri, Feb 19 - 10:00a||Indiv. Large Hill -- Qual.||Qualified|
|Sat, Feb 20 - 11:30a||Indiv. Large Hill -- 1st Rd.||2||138.1|
|Sat, Feb 20 - 12:47p||Indiv. Large Hill -- Final Rd.||2||269.4|
|Mon, Feb 22 - 10:00a||Team Large Hill -- 1st Rd.||6||484.0|
|Mon, Feb 22 - 11:18a||Team Large Hill -- 2nd Rd.||6||996.7|
As the pilot for the USA-1 bobsled, I broke a 62-year gold medal drought when my sled, the 'Night Train" won the Olympic title at the 2010 Vancouver Games. A degenerative eye condition nearly caused me to quit my sport in 2008, but corrective surgery restored my vision to 20-20.