Cycling – 1987 – Tour De France Stage 11 Special – CBSs John Dockery Provides A Tour Of Bourdeaux

There are several major sporting event that provide a sideshow of scenic beauty that is almost as captivating as the event itself…..and The Tour de France is one of those events…..oh sure, The Masters is played on one of the most spectacularly beautiful golf course in the world….and when the azaleas are in bloom….the golf course become…

Gymnastics – 1985 – America Cup Competition – Mens Horizontal Bar Finals – USA Tim Daggett

DOG ASIDE: Timothy P. (Tim) Daggett (born May 22, 1962) is a former American gymnast….who won an Olympic gold medal at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics….along with Bart Conner, Peter Vidmar and Mitch Gaylord in the overall team competition…..where Daggett scored a perfect 10 on the horizontal bar….thus assisting his team in winning a gold medal for the first for the U.S. men’s…

Golf 1987 Special CBSs Pat Summerall Remembers 1986 Masters + Jack Nicklaus Masters Career

DOG ASIDE: The 1986 Masters Tournament was the 50th Masters Tournament….which was held April 10–13 at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia….where golf legend Jack Nicklaus won his record 18th professional major with a historic one-stroke victory….when he shot a final round 65 (−7)….with a back nine of 30 (−6)….for a total score of 279 (−9).  At age 46, he became the oldest winner…

Boxing 1986 CBS Sports Special John Maddens Journey How Marvin Hagler Became Marvelous

DOG ASIDE: Like the TV commercial says….”It doesn’t get any better than this”….any time you get the incomparable John Madden teamed up with the marvelous one, Marvin Hagler…..it simply does not get any better than this…..as Madden focuses his entire John Madden’s Journey special on how boxing legend Marvin Hagler got his nickname Marvelous…..for any and all boxing…

Boxing – 1985 – Tim Ryan Interview With Gene Hatcher After Super Lightwt Title Loss To Sacco

DOG ASIDE: Ronald Hatcher Jr. (born June 28, 1959), better known as Gene Hatcher….is a former boxer who was world light welterweight champion….whose nickname was “Mad Dog.”  Hatcher’s first defense was against Uby Sacco in December of 1985….in which he won a fifteen-round decision…..but in their rematch in July 1985….Sacco won with a ninth round TKO in Italy….as the fight was stopped…

Boxing – 1985 – CBS Sports Almanac Highlights The Year 1985 In Boxing In Review – With Tim Ryan

DOG ASIDE: In this video, CBS boxing analyst Tim Ryan features highlights of the greatest fights in 1985….including the April 15 fight known as “The War” in which Marvelous Marvin Hagler knocks out Thomas Hitman Hearns in three rounds to retain the world’s Middleweight title…..along with the August 10th WBC world Lightweight title when Hector Macho Camacho defeats Jose…

Boxing – 1985 – Tim Ryan PreFight Show – WBA Super Ltwt Title Fight – Ubaldo Sacco Vs Gene Hatcher

DOG ASIDE: Gene Hatcher (born June 28, 1959) is a former boxer who was world light welterweight champion….whose nickname was “Mad Dog.”  After winning his 1st two fights….Hatcher faced WBA light welterweight champion Johnny Bumphus on June 1, 1984 in what Ring magazine called its “Upset of the Year,” ….when Hatcher scored an eleventh-round technical knockout over Bumphus. When Hatcher knocked Bumphus down….he slipped…

Boxing 1983 Highlights 12 Rnd NABF Welterweight Title Fight Tommy Ayers Vs Marlon Starling

DOG ASIDE: There were so many “legends of boxing” that came out of the Golden Age of Boxing from 1964 to 1995….plus there were also a plethora of “really good to truly great“ boxers that also fought during this historical era of the sport of boxing….and the truth be known, many of the fighters in that group of…

Track + Field – 1986 – CBS Sports Journey In Time Special – Highlights Of The Year In Track + Field

DOG ASIDE: This CBS Sports Journey In Time special features highlights of the year in track and field….. which focuses first on USSR pole vaulter Serbey Bubka, who was the best in the world for 21 years from 1993 to 2914, when his world indoor record of 6.15 meters (20.177 ft) stood for two decades before Frenchman…