Driving the United States No. 1 sled during the world four-man bobsled championships in 1981, Jim Morgan was in the unfortunate position for the worst injuries when his team’s sled crashed at the final curve of the track. While the start of the leg seemed to be going as planned, as the bobsled hit the last bend, it flipped over. Morgan suffered fatal head and neck injuries as the sled continued sliding for 50 meters or about 165 feet down the track. Footage of the race captured everything from the smooth start to the very tragic ending.