Breakaway | Jan 24, 2013 | 8:14

All eyes on Tremblant's Erik Guay in Kitzbühel

It is one of the scariest -- and most prestigious -- downhill ski races in the world, and Mont Tremblant's Erik Guay has a good chance for a podium. We spoke about this legendary course from a veteran CBC producer who for two decades has been following Canada's best skiers around the world, Don Peppin of CBC Sports, from the "Super Bowl" of Austria.

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