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Top Canadian: Steve Collins of Thunder Bay, Ont., was the top Canadian in ski jumping at the Olympics with a 25th-place finish. More disappointing was Horst Bulau, who was touted as a strong medal hope. The 20-year-old Ottawa native placed 38th. Winning the event was East German ace Jens Weissflog, while Matti Nykanen of Finland jumped to the silver. Open in full size

Top Canadian: Steve Collins of Thunder Bay, Ont., was the top Canadian in ski jumping at the Olympics with a 25th-place finish. More disappointing was Horst Bulau, who was touted as a strong medal hope. The 20-year-old Ottawa native placed 38th. Winning the event was East German ace Jens Weissflog, while Matti Nykanen of Finland jumped to the silver.

Picture, 1984, English

Top Canadian: Steve Collins of Thunder Bay, Ont., was the top Canadian in ski jumping at the Olympics with a 25th-place finish. More disappointing was Horst Bulau, who was touted as a strong medal hope. The 20-year-old Ottawa native placed 38th. Winning the event was East German ace Jens Weissflog, while Matti Nykanen of Finland jumped to the silver.

Picture, 1984, English

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Collins; Steve

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0039769f