Body Building – 1978 – US Womens Championships – Marjo Selin

Marjo Selin is a former professional body building competitors……who has won numerous titles including the National Championship in her native Finland and the European Championship…..while also winning  the bronze medal at the Women’s Pro World Championship in Nice, France….while competing in 8 consecutive Ms. Olympia contests from 1981 to 1989…..and placing in the Top Six…

Basketball – 1984 – S I Sportsman Of The Year Show – Candidates From Basketball – With Jerry Lucas

Since its inception in 1954….Sports Illustrated magazine has annually presented the Sportsman of the Year Award to “the athlete or team whose performance that year most embodies the spirit of sportsmanship and achievement” ….whereby both Americans and non-Americans are eligible….athough in the past the vast majority of winners have been from the United States. Both men and women have won…

Auto Racing – 1979 – Michigan 125 – Highlights Al Unser Sr Coasts To Pits As Gordon Johncock Leads

In 1972, Roger Penske purchased the speedway for an estimated $2 million….when during Penske’s ownership the track was upgraded several times from the original capacity to 125,000 seating capacity. and from 1996 to 2000….the track was referred to as Michigan Speedway. This was to keep consistency with other tracks owned by Roger Penske’s Motorsports International before its merger with International Speedway…

Body Building – 1985 – Womens World Championships – Featuring Erica Mes – With Bruce Jenner

Erica Mes is a former professional body builder…..who competed in multiple Ms. Olympia and Women’s Body Building World Championships…..as seen in this video herewith….who currently is a “Body and Mind Coach”.  The NBC sportscaster behind the mike calling this competition seen in the video herewith….is none other than Bruce / Caitlyn Jenner….the former 1976 Montreal Olympics…

Cycling – 1987 – Tour De France – Stage 12 – 159 Miles From Poitiers To Chaumel – With Phil Liggett

Stage 12 of the 1987 Tour de France was a 159 mile trek from Poitiers to Chaumel, France….which consisted of a fairly flat road race on a narrow paved road….which just started climbing towards the end of the Stage as the riders got closer to Chaumel.  Poitiers, France is a city on the Clain river…

Cycling – 1987 – Tour De France – Special – CBSs Phil Liggett On The Casualties Of The 1987 Tour

It has always been our opinion while watching and posting Tour de France videos…..that the cyclist who compete in this race….are obviously “thrill seakers” who love to ride on the edge of danger….and this video seen herewith proves our point…..as CBS Phil Liggett narrates a this short video with highlights of just how dangerous this race really…

Dog Sledding – 1985 – The Ididarod – Part 2 – Highlights Of Libby Riddles Becoming 1st Women Winner

Libby Riddles is an American dog musher….who was the first woman to win the world famous Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in 1985……as Riddles was born in Madison, Wisconsin and moved to Alaska from Minnesota just before her 17th birthday…..when she saw a dog sled sprint race and fell in love with mushing.  Her first race was the Clines Mini Mart Sprint race in 1978….in…

Daredevils – 1986 – Special – Evel Knievel – The Master Of Daredevil Stunts – With ABCs Jim McKay

Evel Knievel was such an icon in the universe of daredevil stunts that we here at ImaSportsphile have decided to tell his life’s story….cuz this was one very interesting person….so, we will tell about the early part of his life in this post herewith….which will cover right of to when he became one of the…

Cycling – 1987 – Tour De France – Intro To The 1987 Tour – With John Dockery + Phil Liggett

John Dockery is an American sportscaster and former American football defensive back…..who played for the New York Jets….and later the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1968 to 1973.  He was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Jets out of Harvard.  As a sportscaster, Dockery worked with CBS Sports and NBC Sports in various capacities as a sportscaster…..whether bringing the 1987 Tour de France Cycling competition…