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Olympic Grandstand


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Jane Hoffen and Ray Stubbs introduce live action from the penultimate day in Nagano. With Nick Phipps and Martin Bell.
5.55,7.50 Bobsleigh Live coverage of the climax to the men's four-man bobsleigh in which Britain had an outside chance of a medal with the crew driven by Sean Olsson. Commentary by Paul Dickenson.
6.40 Skiing The final event on the ski slopes, the men's slalom, with Austrian Thomas Stangassinger hoping to defend his title. Commentary by Julian Tutt.
7.20,8.30 Ice Hockey The bronze medal play-off. Commentary by Bob Ballard.
8.45 Biathlon News of the men's
4x7. 5km biathlon relay. Stereo..


Unknown: Jane Hoffen
Unknown: Nick Phipps
Unknown: Martin Bell.
Unknown: Sean Olsson.
Commentary By: Paul Dickenson.
Unknown: Thomas Stangassinger
Commentary By: Julian Tutt.
Commentary By: Bob Ballard.

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