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The Superstars

Synopsis

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The Ferguson Women's Championship
Once more Brighton hosts this very special, popular Superstars and seven different sports are represented by these champions: Shirley Strong wTaA* Champion and UK record holder in the 100 m hurdles.
Verona Elder Britain 's most successful indoor track athlete. Beryl Mitchell
From rowing, Britain's most successful single sculler. Jane Bridge
World and European Judo cnampion, and the sport's first woman competitor in Superstars.
Muriel Thomson
Top money winner on the UK professional golf circuit. Margaret Kelly
Olympic silver medallist and Commonwealth record holder in the 100 m breast-stroke. Karen Morse
World water ski-jump record holder.
Suzanne Dando
Olympic gymnast and British overall champion, the runner-up in last year's women's Superstars. Commentators
DAVID VINE, RON PICKERING
Produced in collaboration with Trans World International and Candid Productions Inc. Assistant producers
LAURENCE VULLIAMY. DAVID PICKTIIALL Television production PETER HYLTON CLEAVER

Contributors

Unknown: Verona Elder
Unknown: Beryl Mitchell
Unknown: Muriel Thomson
Unknown: Margaret Kelly
Unknown: Karen Morse
Unknown: Suzanne Dando
Unknown: Ron Pickering
Unknown: Laurence Vulliamy.
Unknown: Peter Hylton Cleaver






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