Moments after speed skater Eric Flaim took to the ice for his first Olympic competition in Calgary in 1988, he saw the results he had dreamed of since he was a child.
As he looked at the clock following the 1500 meter long track race, Flaim says he remembers thinking to himself, "'Oh, my goodness, I've just skated faster than anyone else ever in history at this distance.'"
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