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Olympic Report


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Steve Rider introduces the latest action from
I Calgary,
Alpine Ski-ing
Will today's men's Super-G produce an Olympic title for the world champion, Switzerland's PIRMIN ZURBRIGGEN?
His main danger could be the bronze medallist in Crans
Montana last year, MARKUS WASMEIER of West Germany. Britain's MARTIN BELL is hoping to reproduce some of his recent good form in the World Cup.
Commentator DAVID VINE
Ice Hockey
The SOVIET UNION and CZECHOSLOVAKIA collide again at the Olympics in a match which has in the past been brutal and bloody.
Points gained tonight may well be carried forward into the play-offs, so neither side will be giving an inch.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS Plus a report on the men's 10,000m speed skating, and two-man bobsleigh, and the compulsory dance section of the ice-dance championship. Television presentation CTV
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Unknown: Markus Wasmeier
Unknown: Martin Bell
Commentator: David Vine
Commentator: Alan Weeks
Unknown: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Harry Carpenter

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