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The Superstars

Synopsis

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World Champions - Olympic Champions - European Champions The Final
From the 40 international sportsmen who have competed over the past week in the Superstars series, nine have won through to the final. Staged at the Ahoy Sports Centre in Rotterdam
From Great Britain: Olympic Gold Medallist and 1973 Sporting Superstar David Hemery and England and Newcastle's dynamic soccer striker Malcolm Macdonald
From Sweden: three times world record holder in the pole vault Kjell Isaksson
From Belgium: their 100m, 200m and 400m record holder Alphonse Brijdenbach
Fro?n Spain: their national champion from the track and Olympic 10,000m man Mariano Haro
From France: the 110m hurdles world record holder Guy Drut
From Germany: one of the world's top Grand Prix motor racing drivers Jochen Mass
From Holland: triple Olympic Gold medallist in ice speed skating at the Winter Olympics in Sapporo Ard Schenk and the world ice speed skating champion Harm Kuipers
They choose eight sports from a list of ten and to the winner, the overall Superstar of Europe, goes the prize of £5,000.
Commentators DAVID VINE and RON PICKERING
Director PIETER VAREKAMP of AVRO Television, Holland
Executive producer IAN SMITH

Contributors

Unknown: David Hemery
Unknown: Malcolm MacDonald
Unknown: Kjell Isaksson
Unknown: Alphonse Brijdenbach
Unknown: Mariano Haro
Unknown: Ron Pickering
Director: Pieter Varekamp
Producer: Ian Smith

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