PARK CITY, UTAH - The downhill ski course in PyeongChang has just been built, but Team USA is using some state of the art technology to learn the turns and jumps before the Winter Games begin. Thousands of miles from South Korea, U.S. skiers like Luke Winters are carving up that Olympic course using a giant ski simulator at the team's training facility in Park City, Utah. "As close as you can be, you feel like you are there," Winters described.
PYEONGCHANG, SOUTH KOREA - In the rural mountains of South Korea there's a hotel that seems a little out of place. But the unique location isn't the only thing that makes the luxurious and plush Kensington Flora Hotel stand out, because among its marble floors and crystal chandeliers is an Olympic collection unlike anything in the world. There are Olympic torches and walls lined with original Olympic programs dating back more than 100 years.
PYEONGCHANG, SOUTH KOREA - The United States has many connections to the upcoming Winter Olympics and that includes a Colorado couple who has spent years helping to build and prep the downhill ski course. Salty Marriner had just wrapped up work at the 2015 Ski Championships at Beaver Creek when he took a job a world away - as the mountain operations manager for the Jeongseon downhill course in PyeongChang, South Korea.
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Selecting a term
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