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Olympic Grandstand


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The final day of competition at the XIV Winter Olympic Games at Sarajevo. Introduced by David Coleman Ice Hockey -
The Final Play-offs tour years ago the United States caused one of the greatest upsets in the history of the Games when they beat hot favourites the Soviet Union in the final. Will the packed Zetra Stadium witness similar drama? Commentator ALAN WEEKS Ski -ing - Men Slalom
The host nation have their best chance of a gold medal when BOJAN KRIZAJ competes in a very open competition which includes the MAHRE twins, PHIL and STEVE, of the USA and ANDREAS WENZEL , silver medallist at Lake Placid. DAVID VINE commentates on the two runs at Bjelasnica.
BARRY DAVIES reports on the Men's 50 km Cross-Country Ski-ing event. Winter Olympic Review
A look back at the outstanding events, performances and personalities of 12 days of supreme competition.
Producers in Sarajevo


Duced By: David Coleman
Unknown: Bojan Krizaj
Unknown: Andreas Wenzel
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston
Unknown: Jim Reside
Unknown: John McNicholas
Unknown: Terry Long
Unknown: Alastair Scott
Editors: Harold Anderson

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