Through the lens: The 'Miracle on Ice' as remembered by a man who filmed it
Long before digital photography became the norm, Jack Laduke was the director of photography for the for the 1980 Olympics.
While a lot of the photos were lost, he still remembers the event in living color.
Everything from stills to moving pictures was shot on film and at the time, there was no budget to archive any of the photos. While the Olympic Museum is working to recover some of these images, Laduke travels down memory lane in the arena, recalling the moment the U.S beat the Soviet Union for the gold metal in hockey.
You can lean more of Ladukes experience that day in the video player above.