Cycling – 1983 – Tour De France – Sportscenter Highlights With Bob Ley – FRA Laurent Fignon Winner

In the 1983 Tour de France…..FRA Laurent Fignon was a part of the team that helped Bernard Hinault to win the 1983 Vuelta a España….when his coach Guimard did not want to send Fignon to the Tour de France….as his coach felt that two grand tours could be too much for a 22-year-old rider….but when Hinault, winner of four of…

Animation – 1984 – Comedian George Carlin Provides The Latest News In Animation – Live In Concert

George Carlin is nothing short of “pure comedic genius”……with his incomparable mastery of the English language…..along with his distinct ability to find the humorous side of words and language…..who happens to be a pretty darn good “comedic animator”….as evidence by this video herewith…..where he provides the latest news in animation….and interesting and thought provoking concept in…

Boxing – 1964 – Cassius Clay Muhammad Ali Puts On A Show At Announcement Of Sonny Liston Title Fight

There is nobody who ever entered the boxing ring….that could sell a fight like Cassius Marcellus Clay / Muhammad Ali…..as The Greatest carried this nickname because he was not only the greatest to enter the ring…..but also the greatest in front of a mike before or after a fight….as well as the greatest showman inside and outside…

News – 1982 – Secretary Of State Aexanderl Haig Jr On No Dissension In US Foreign Policy Apparatus

In our opinion here at ImaSportsphile…Saturday Night Live comedian Dan Aykroyd was the “gold standard” for portraying political figures during the 1970’s and 1980’s….as his wonderful ability to mix his talent of capturing the personal physical quirks of such notable politicians as US President Jimmy Carter….US President Richard Nixon…..US Secretary of State Alexander Haig (as seen in…

Special – 1980 – TV Program Sports Afield – Special Film Clip – Autumn At Yellowstone National Park

Sports Afield was founded in 1887 by Claude King…. as a hunting and fishing magazine….as it is the oldest continuously published outdoor magazine in North America….with a first issue that was eight pages in entirety….hitting the newstands in January 1888….which was printed on newspaper stock and published in Denver, Colorado.  Initially only a magazine, Sports Afield started applying its name…