1932 Lake Placid - III Olympic Games
More than 350 athletes from 17 countries competed, including many who would become legendary. By the end of the afternoon, Jack Shea of Lake Placid had won two gold medals in speed skating, becoming the first athlete to win two gold medals at the same Olympics.
Sonja Henie, the "Norwegian Doll," figure skated to her second of three consecutive Olympic golds, a feat that has never been equaled since. Billy Fiske drove the U.S. team to gold in the four-person bobsled competition.