The first run through Wiley Maple experienced the Streif, the world’s most fearsome downhill, he was twenty-one years of age. Regularly, downhill racers take two or three preparing keeps running in the days paving the way to the occasion. Prior to every one, they investigate the course, which involves side-descending while at the same time picturing the line that will convey them to the completion at all measure of time. As an individual from the U.S. Ski Team, Maple had side-slipped, and after that skied, the greater part of the World Cup’s other magnificent, amazing downhills, yet this track which plummets an unremarkable and not especially tall forested snow capped mountain called the Hahnenkamm, in Kitzbühel, Austria—appeared to speak to an unheard of dimension of cold.