Body Building – 1985 – Bruce Jenner + Linda Thomson Jenner Intro To IFBB Women World Championships

Bruce Jenner won the decathlon gold medal at the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games and became an instant national hero in America. Jenner appeared on the cover of the August 9, 1976, issue of Sports Illustrated….the February 1979 issue of Gentleman’s Quarterly….and on the cover of Playgirl  magazine ….and little did anyone know at this time that he would…

Body Building – 1985 – I F B B Womens World Championship – Featuring Marjo Selin – With Bruce Jenner

Internationally recognized personality Marjo Selin has acquired numerous titles including the National Championship in her native Finland and the European Championship. She won the bronze medal at the Women’s Pro World Championship in Nice, France….while competing in 8 consecutive Ms. Olympia contests between 1981 to 1989…..as Marjo placed in the Top Six Finalists in 1987…

Body Building – 1986 – I F B B Ms Olympia Championships – Featuring Clare Furr – With Dorothy Lucey

Clare Furr was one of the early greats of female bodybuilding….as fans and the judges alike both loved her big, thick arms and shoulders and stunning pecs…..as her routine in the 1986 Ms. Olympia Championships…..which took place on November 19, 1986, at the Felt Forum in Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York…..which was the 7th Ms. Olympia…

Cycling – 1986 – Tour De France Stage 1 – 53 Miles Of Nanterre To Sceaux – 7 Eleven Alex Stieda Wins

Alex Stieda is a former professional road bicycle racer from Canada…..who led five classifications of the Tour de France on the second day of the 1986 Tour de France…..including the general classification, the mountains classification, the combination classification, the intermediate sprints classification and the young rider classification….thus becoming the first North American to lead the Tour de France.  Stieda finished in 120th place in his only Tour de France….while riding on the…

Cycling – 1986 – Tour De France – Special – A History Of The Challenges & Pain Of The Tour De France

In this 1986 Tour de France video seen herewith…..CBS race analyst Phil Liggett takes the viewer on a historical journey of the great French bicycle race…..from it’s humble beginnings…..when the cyclists had to carry their own bikes…..as there were no team cars and technicians to fix bikes that break…..or trainers and masseuse to fix the…

Cycling – 1986 – Tour De France – Profiles USA Greg LeMond Vs FRA Benard Hinault + Race Highlights

One of the truly great sports rivalries took place on top of racing bike seats during the cycling seasons of 1984, 1985 and and culminating in 1986 at the Tour de France…..and although it was a short lived rivalry…..while vividly and vibrantly taking place really over a total of about 72 or so days (…

Cycling – 1986 – Tour De France Stage 3 – Davis Phinney Becomes 1st American To Win A Tour Stage

On July 6, 1986, something happened at the Tour de France on the 214 km / 133 mile course from Levallois-Perret to Lievin…..when a member of the 1st American cycling team to ever compete in a Tour de France….when  name Team 7-Eleven’s Davis Phinney won Stage 3 of the 1986 Tour…..as no American had ever graced the…

Body Building – 1985 – I F B B Ms Olympia Championships – Featuring Gladys Portugues

The more time I spend posting women’s body building videos…..the more I realize how beautiful these female athletes really are…..so, take Gladys Portugues…..the subject of this video herewith…..she is a very attractive woman……as my bet is that both of her children are very attractive also…..since she has a well known male HUNK for a husband…..with actor /…

Cycling – 1986 – Tour De France – CBS Special – An Historic Start – With John Tesh + Phil Liggett

The 1986 Tour de France was the 73rd running of the Tour….which consisted of 23 stages, beginning with a prologue in Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris on July 4….and concluded on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on July 27th…..in what was a historic race for several major reasons….for 1986 was the first year that an American cycling team, Team 7-Eleven, that had ever competed in the Tour’s history…..as the race…