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Trackside Storey

on BBC One London

An athletics masterclass from the Mary Peters Track in Belfast.
Introduced by Stuart Storey.
In competition, the women start at 6ft, the men at 7ft, and the world record is the height of an average living room: The sport? High jump. Although guests Sean Kerly, hockey, Lisa Opie, squash, Steven Redgrave, rowing, Gaynor Stanley, swimming, Neil Adams, judo and Liz Hobbs, water skiing, are not expected to go quite that high.
Commonwealth Games silver medallist Sharon Hutchings joins Stuart Storey to see what they can achieve.
BBC Northern Ireland
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Presenter:
Stuart Storey
Coach:
Sharon Hutchings
Competitor:
Sean Kerly
Competitor:
Lisa Opie
Competitor:
Steven Redgrave
Competitor:
Gaynor Stanley
Competitor:
Neil Adams
Competitor:
Liz Hobbs
Producer/Director:
Sue Ashworth
Executive Producer:
Joy Williams

BBC One London

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