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Weather followed by Olympic Grandstand
Introduced by Bob Wilson and Sally Jones with summaries by David Icke Hockey
Women's finals
Commentator
BARRY DAVIES
Synchronised Swimming The final of the solo event
Commentator HAMILTON BLAND Basketball
The men's final
Commentator STUART STOREY Table Tennis
Both men's and women's doubles finals
Commentator TONY GUBBA Tennis
As well as the men's final, the women's doubles final is played today - GRAF and KOHDE-KILSCH are expected to be among the medals.
Commentators JOHN BARRETT and GERALD WILLIAMS Archery
The individual events are concluded.
Commentator HARRY GRATION Also today, gold medals in judo, fencing and rhythmic gymnastics are decided. including at
10.00am News and Weather

Contributors

Introduced By: Bob Wilson
Introduced By: Sally Jones
Unknown: David Icke
Unknown: Barry Davies
Commentator: Hamilton Bland
Commentator: Stuart Storey
Commentator: Tony Gubba
Commentators: John Barrett
Commentators: Gerald Williams
Commentator: Harry Gration

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