Figure Skating – 1988 – Worlds Medal Ceremony – Katarina Witt + Elizabeth Manley + Debi Thomas

The World Figure Skating Championships (“Worlds”) is an annual figure skating competition sanctioned by the International Skating Union….where medals are awarded in the categories of men’s singles, ladies’ singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. The event is generally held in March….as the World Championships are considered the most prestigious of the ISU Championships….which also include the European Championships, the Four Continents Championships and the World Junior Championships.…

Cycling – 1987 – Tour De France Special – Women Masseuse Working On The Tour – With John Dockery

By the time the 1987 Tour de France had rolled around….there were three women masseuse who were working on the USA’s 7 Eleven team….which had broken the long tradition of male masseuses….but these 7 Eleven team girls had many more jobs than just providing massages for the riders….from baggage valets, while keeping in mind that…

Figure Skating – 1988 – World Championships – Mens Quest For The Quad – Boitano + Browning + Fadeev

This video excerpt from the 1988 World Men’s Figure Skating Championship from Budapest, Hungary features CBS commentators Tim Ryan and Scott Hamilton talking about the “quest for guad” …..talking jumps of course…..with interactions on the subject of quad-jumps in the upcoming long program in the men’s final….while sharing highlights of being backstage with USA Brian Boitano…..seeing…

Cycling – 1987 – Tour De France – Profile Of Team 7-11 With Andy Hampsten + Dave Phinney + Bob Roll

The 7-Eleven Cycling Team….which later became the Motorola Cycling Team….was a professional cycling team founded in the U.S. in 1981 by Jim Ochowicz…who was a former U.S. Olympic cyclist. The team lasted 16 years under the sponsorship of 7-Eleven through 1990 and then Motorola from 1990 through 1996….and from 1989 to 1996 rode on Eddy Merckx bikes.  When the team received an…

Horse Racing – 1977 – Special – The Story Of Seattle Slew – An Incredible One – With Brent Musburger

Seattle Slew (February 15, 1974 – May 7, 2002) was an American Thoroughbred race horse who won the Triple Crown in 1977….while becoming the tenth of thirteen horses to accomplish the feat….and  is one of two horses to have won the Triple Crown while having been undefeated in any previous race….as the second was Justify….who won the Triple Crown in 2018….and was a descendant…

Boxing – 1986 – Special – The Magic Of Cuz DAmato As Seen Through Floyd Patterson & Mike Tyson

Constantine “Cus” D’Amato (January 17, 1908 – November 4, 1985) was an American boxing manager and trainer….who handled the careers of José Torres, Floyd Patterson and Mike Tyson….all of whom went on to become world champions and members of the International Boxing Hall of Fame.  Several successful boxing trainers….including Teddy Atlas, Kevin Rooney and Joe Fariello…..were all tutored by D’Amato…..who was a proponent of…

Boxing – 1986 – Tim Ryan + Gil Clancy Preview 10 Rnd Middlewt Bout – Doug DeWit Vs Milt McCrory

In this prefight video of the 1986 CBS Sports Saturday presentation of the 10 round middleweight bout between Doug DeWitt vs Milton McCrory…..Tim Ryan and Gil Clancy profile the careers of both fighters as they are about to enter the ring for their fight against each other.  Doug DeWitt is an American former World Middleweight Champion…..who was…

Golf – 1986 – Masters Final Round – CBS Brent Musburger + Tom Weiskopf + Hord Hardin Interview Jack Nicklaus After Winning

One of the many enjoyable moments that The Masters offers to a golf fan…..are the interviews that are conducted from Butler’s Cabin at Augusta Country Club….the home of this very prestigious major golf tournament….especially those conducted with the winner of The Masters….along with the low amateur…. as these interviews always included the lead announcers for whichever…

Gymnastics – 1985 – Special – American Cup Womens Floor Exercise Finals – ROM Daniela Silivas

Daniela Silivas was a Romanian artistic gymnast….who is most famous for winning six medals….with 3 being gold….two silver….and one bronze at the 1988 Seoul Olympics…..plus earning six Individual World Championships titles….as well as the 1987 European Championships all-around title. She was the only gymnast, male or female, to medal in every single event at the 1988…