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9: He lands on another deserted shore

: Olympic Grandstand

Today's events direct from Munich
Athletics: 10.35
100m Hurdles
(Women). Heats
This is another event in which the powerful Eastern Europeans can be expected to shine. But one girl who could foil them is Australia's Pam Kilborn-Ryan .
Qualifying: Women's Shot Put
Qualifying: Men's Hammer Throw
200m
(Women). Heats
Formosa's Chi Cheng , the world's outstanding athlete of 1971, would have been a favourite for this gold, but she is out of the Games through injury.
400m
(Men). Second round
The Americans have great depths of talent in many events, but nowhere does their greatness blaze brighter than in the 400m.
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING , NORRIS MCWHIRTER
Swimming: 12.0 Heats:
Women's 200m Butterfly
Women's 200m Backstroke
Men's 4xl00m Medley Relay
Commentators ALAN WEEKS
HARRY WALKER
News..... Action.... Results from all today's events
Introduced by DAVID VINE
Timings are subject to alteration In order to keep up to date with events.

Contributors

Unknown: Pam Kilborn-Ryan
Unknown: Chi Cheng
Commentators: David Coleman
Unknown: Ron Pickering
Unknown: Norris McWhirter
Introduced By: David Vine

: Pogles'Wood

Kings and Queens
Voices OLWEN GRIFFITHS
STEVE WOODMAN and OLIVER POSTGATE

Contributors

Unknown: Olwen Griffiths
Unknown: Steve Woodman
Unknown: Oliver Postgati

: News

Weatherman BERT FOORD

Contributors

Unknown: Bert Foord

: Olympic Grandstand

Today's big events direct from the Olympic Stadium and the Olympic Pool in Munich on the last day of the swimming events.
Boxing: 2.0
The third round for places in the quarter-finals.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
Athletics: 2.55
110m Hurdles
(Men). Semi-finals
Day 5 of Olympic athletics sees four more gold medals at stake-two on the track, two in the field events
High Jump Final (Women)
The Eastern Europeans and Ilona Gusenbauer , of Austria, head the rankings; but Britain's Barbara Inkpen and Debbie Brill , of Canada, have the ability to beat the world.
Olympic champion: M. REZKOVA (Czechoslovakia)
Olympic record: 6ft 2 3/4ins
200m
(Men). Semi-finals
On the road to Munich, this year's best times come from America's Larry Black with 20secs and Pietro Mennea (Italy) and Larry Burton (USA), who both clocked 20.2secs.
1500m
(Women). Heats
The reintroduction of the women's 800m into the Olympic programme in 1960 gave girls the chance to prove they can survive at the longer distances. Now, for the first time, women have the chance to run an Olympic 1500m.
Triple Jump Final (Men)
Britain's last world-ranking triple-jumper was Fred Alsop. The British record he set in 1964-54ft - still stands.
Olympic champion: v. SANEYEV (USSR) Olympic record: 57ft OJins
200m
(Women). Second round
Can anyone stop the Eastern Europeans in this event? Poland's Irena Szewinska won in 1968 with a world record 22.5secs and is again high in the rankings, which are headed by East Germany's Renate Stecher (22.6secs).
3000m Steeplechase Final
(Men)
Christopher Brasher , now a broadcaster and journalist, won the gold for Britain in this event at Melbourne in 1956. This another British record held by Dave Bedford in 8min 28.6secs. Olympic champion: A. BIWOTT (Kenya) Olympic record: 8mins 30.8secs
400m
(Women). Semi-finals
With Jamaica's Marilyn Neufville out through injury, the East German girl Monika Zehrt becomes the one the others know they must beat. Monika has run Slsecs this year to share the world record with Marilyn.
400m
(Men). Semi-finals
DAVID JENKINS bids for a place in Wednesday's final in one of the most competitive track events of the Games.
200m Final
(Men)
Gold medallist Tommie Smith (USA) accelerated to a world record through the various rounds of the 200m at Mexico. Olympic champion: T. SMITH (USA) Olympic record: 19.8secs
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING , NORRIS MCWHIRTER
Swimming Finals
At 6.0
The last four gold medals in the 1972 Olympic swimming competition
Women's 200m Butterfly
Olympic champion: A. KOK (Holland) Olympic record: 2mins 24.7secs Men's 1500m Freestyle
Olympic champion: M. BURTON (USA) Olympic record: 16mins 38.9secs Women's 200m Backstroke
Olympic champion: i... WATSON fusA) Olympic record: 2mins 24.8secs
Men's 4xl00m Medley Relay Olympic champions: USA
Olympic record: 3mins 54.9secs Commentators ALAN WEEKS
HARRY WALKER and News ... Action ... Athletics highlights and results from all today's events will be featured between the swimming finals. Introduced by FRANK BOUGH
Producer BRYAN COWGILL
Timings are subject to alteration In order to keep up to date with events. (Colour exclusives on this week's Olympic favourites: pp 6-12. Guide to this week's Finals: pp 14-17)

Contributors

Commentator: Harry Carpenter
Commentator: Ilona Gusenbauer
Unknown: Barbara Inkpen
Unknown: Debbie Brill
Unknown: M. Rezkova
Unknown: Larry Black
Unknown: Pietro Mennea
Unknown: Larry Burton
Unknown: Fred Alsop.
Unknown: Irena Szewinska
Unknown: Renate Stecher
Unknown: Christopher Brasher
Unknown: Dave Bedford
Unknown: A. Biwott
Unknown: Marilyn Neufville
Unknown: Monika Zehrt
Unknown: David Jenkins
Unknown: Tommie Smith
Unknown: T. Smith
Commentators: David Coleman
Unknown: Ron Pickering
Unknown: Norris McWhirter
Unknown: M. Burton
Unknown: Harry Walker
Introduced By: Frank Bough
Producer: Bryan Cowgill

: Panorama

TV's top reporters close in on the most interesting topics of the day. Michael Charlton , Alan Hart
Francis Hope , Richard Kershaw Julian Pettifer , Alan Watson
Assistant editor DAVID HARRISON Editor ROBERT ROWLAND

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton
Unknown: Alan Hart
Unknown: Francis Hope
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Julian Pettifer
Unknown: Alan Watson
Editor: David Harrison
Editor: Robert Rowland

: Nine O'Clock News

with Robert Dougall ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Dougall

: Today at the Olympic Games

Direct from Munich, tonight's big events and highlights of the ninth day of Olympic competition featuring:
High Diving Final
The action to decide the medal placings in this spectacular high-board contest at the Olympic Pool
The Men's Championship
Olympic champion: K. DIBlASI (Italy) Commentator HARRY WALKER
Boxing
The best of the action for a place in tomorrow's quarter-finals.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
Athletics
Highlights of a thrilling day in the Stadium including two finals and DAVID JENKINS 'S bid to reach the 400m final
3,000m Steeplechase Final
(Men)
Amos Biwott (Kenya) won the Mexico gold in 8min 51secs. This year's outstanding performances have been close to half a minute better than Biwott's time.
200m Final
(Men)
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING , NORRIS MCWHIRTER
Cycling Finals iwo events in wnicn there can be no respite for competitors: it's flat-out all the way from start to finish
The Tandem
Olympic champions: FRANCE The Team Pursuit
Olympic champions: DENMARK
Commentator DAVID SAUNDERS
Swimming - Yachting -
Weightlifting - Judo - Fencing
Introduced by FRANK BOUGH with comment and interviews by IAN WOOLDRIDGE , CHRIS BRASHER
Producer BRYAN COWGILL
(Guide to this week's finals: pp 14-17)

Contributors

Unknown: K. Diblasi
Commentator: Harry Walker
Commentator: Harry Carpenter
Commentator: David Jenkins
Unknown: Amos Biwott
Commentators: David Coleman
Unknown: Ron Pickering
Unknown: Norris McWhirter
Commentator: David Saunders
Introduced By: Frank Bough
Unknown: Ian Wooldridge
Unknown: Chris Brasher
Producer: Bryan Cowgill

: Weatherman

Regional News; Weather, Closedown








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