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Olympic Grandstand

on BBC One London

featuring live from Montreal Athletics
Semi-finals: Men's 1500m
Women's 4xl00m Relay Men's 4x400m Relay
Women's 1500m Final' at 10.30
This final could feature Britain's MARY STEWART running just before her brother, IAN, competes in the 5,000m
Olympic champion and record holder: L. Bragina (USSR) 4:01.4
World record: T. Kazankina (USSR)
3:56
World best 1976: Kazankina 3:56.0; R. Katyukova (USSR) 3:59.8; Bragina
4:02.6
British best: M. Stewart 4:06.4
5,000m Final at 10.50
A ' specialist' British event - yet our best performance so far is GORDON PIRIE'S silver medal in 1956 Olympic champion and record holder: L. Viren (Fin) 13:26.4
World record: E. Puttemans (Bel)
13:13.0
World best 1976: D. Quax (NZ) 13:13.2 British best: B. Foster 13:14.6
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN and RON PICKERING
Women's Volleyball Final
DON ANTHONY reports on an event dominated by Russia and Japan since its introduction to the Games in 1964 Olympic champions: USSR
Dressage Final
DORIAN Williams reports on an event in which Britain's best placing is 11th, achieved in 1960 and 1968 Individual
Olympic champion: L. Linsenhoff (W Ger)
Hockey Final
West Germany won the gold in 1972, but India have won it seven times since 1928. Commentator
BARRY DAVIES
Canoeing Finals
Six out of a total of 11 finals are being held tonight
Commentator
JOHN MOTSON
Today's news and results
Introduced by Frank Bough
Timings are subject to alteration

Contributors

Unknown:
Mary Stewart
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L. Bragina
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T. Kazankina
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R. Katyukova
Unknown:
M. Stewart
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L. Viren
Unknown:
E. Puttemans
Unknown:
B. Foster
Commentators:
David Coleman
Commentators:
Ron Pickering
Unknown:
Don Anthony
Unknown:
L. Linsenhoff
Unknown:
Barry Davies
Unknown:
John Motson
Introduced By:
Frank Bough

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