E. Monti and P. Alvern of Italy retained their two-man bob-sleigh world championship at Garmisch,?
GV. Flags - Garmisch.
LV. Competitors preparing equipment.
Side V. Ditto.
CU. British competitors attending equipment.
BkV. Competitors preparing.
FrV. Competitors starting off for run. Pan to back view.
SV. towards, Pan to back view of sled.
S. Pan of sled.
CU. Girl watching.
LV. Pan of sled pan to back view.
SV. German sled starting off run.
SV. Girl in tree watching.
LV. Sled towards USA pan to back view.
LV. Sled towards pan to back view.
GV. of sled round bend.
SV. Pan sled towards.
LV. Sled towards.
SV. Start of British sled pan to back view.
SV. Start of Swiss Sled.
SV. Sled towards, pan to back view.
Shot of Plan of Course.
SV. Start of Italian Team.
CU. Girls watching.
SV. Towards of Italian Team.
GV. Pan of team round bend.
LV. Towards and pan sled.
SV. Towards and pan of sled.
SV. Towards Pan of sled.
SV. Towards and stop of Italian Winners.
SV. Tilt up from Italian Sled to Winners.
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Background: E. Monti and P. Alvern of Italy retained their two-man bob-sleigh world championship at Garmisch, Germany and set a course record of 1 minute 14.28 seconds into the bargain, in the last of their four runs.
Their record was .29 of a second better than the five-years-old record of A. Ostler and F, Kemser (Austria). The total time of the Italians' runs was 5 minutes 5.78 seconds. Second in the championship was Italy's Number Two Bob, (M. Zardini and P. Siopaes) in 5 minutes 6.75 seconds.
Austria came third (P. Aste and H. Isser), Switzerland (Zoller and Leu), fourth and Germany (Roesch and Hammer), fifth.