The parade coat that Anders Haugen wore in the first Winter Olympics might be one of the most overlooked—and interesting—artifacts on display at the Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum in Vail Village. The Norwegian-born Haugen, a bricklayer who captained the first U.S. Ski Team in 1924, finished fourth in ski jumping at Chamonix. Until 50 years later, when a Norwegian ski historian re-tallied results from the first games and discovered a mathematical error in the jumping scores that, when corrected, rewrote history. In 1974, Haugen was awarded a belated bronze, and became the first American to win a Winter Olympics medal, at age 86.