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…

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…

Body Building – 1985 – IFBB Womens World Championship – Featuring Dinah Anderson – With Bruce Jenner

Dinah Anderson is a former American professional body builder who compete in Ms. Olympia Competitions as well as Women’s World Championships in the mid-1980’s….who came in 11th out of 30 competitors…..and we must say here a ImaSportsphile don’t really know much about the sport…..but we are learning fast….cuz there are lots of body building fans out…

Cycling – 1987 – Tour de France – Phil Liggett Shows How Bicycles Have Changed Over Past 150 Years

Road bicycle racing is the cycle sport discipline of road cycling….which is held on paved roads….and is the most popular professional form of bicycle racing….in terms of numbers of competitors, events and spectators. The two most common competition formats are mass start events….where riders start simultaneously….although sometimes with a handicap….and race to set finish point…..and then there are time trials….where individual riders or teams race a course alone against the…

Cycling – 1987 – Tour De France – Profile Of USA Team 7 Eleven – With Andy Hampton + Davis Phinney

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, a former U.S. Olympic cyclist….and the team lasted 16 years under the sponsorship of 7-Eleven through 1990….and then Motorola from 1990 through 1996….as the team rode on Eddy Merckx bikes from 1989 to 1996.  7-Eleven was formed as…

Body Building – 1985 – IFBB Womens World Championships – Introduction With Bruce Jenner + Frank Zane

Female bodybuilding is the female component of competitive bodybuilding….as the modern version of the sport originated in the late 1970’s….but the 1980’s is when female bodybuilding first took off….as the early 1980’s signified a transition from the fashionably thin “twiggy” body to one carrying slightly more muscle mass.   In 1984, a new force emerged in women’s bodybuilding….as Cory Everson won…

Auto Racing – 1986 – Indy 500 – The Race Laps 1 Thru 40 – With Jim Lampley + Sam Posey + Jim McKay

After charging from the 30th starting position, Mario Andretti’s day was short-lived….when on the 15th lap he brought out the yellow when he stalled in turn three with an ignition problem…..as Andretti set the early pace by leading the first 42 laps…..when Mario later returned to the track his car lasted only four additional laps….and he placed 32nd.…