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: FIVE AT THE OLYMPICS

6.30am to 10.10pm with 6.30am Danny Baker
9.30am Ross King
12.30pm Caron Keating
2.30pm Terry Wogan
6.30pm John Inverdale
(All times approximate)
Terry Wogan waves the baton throughout the afternoon, calling in the reporters and commentators from his
"home" in the International Broadcast Centre in Barcelona. In between the events you too can question the commentators:
Call the Commentator. Tel: [number removed].
Woganfax. Fax: [number removed] .
Today's main events
7.00am-10.40 Rowing
8.00am-11.45 Shooting
8.00am-3.00pm, 7.00-9.30 Fencing
8.45am-10.45 Hockey - Great Britain v India
9.00am-12.00, 5.00pm-7.00 Swimming
9.00am-7.00pm Tennis
12.00-4.00pm. 6.00-9.00 Boxing
12.00-5.00pm Yachting
3.00pm-8.30 Hockey
3.30pm-9.45 Judo
4.00pm-7.00 Equestrian 3 Day Event
5.00pm-10.00 Cycling
Today's highlights
Men's 1500 metre freestyle: German Joerg Hoffman , the world champion, and Australian Kieran Perkins , the world record holder, dispute this 30-length battle. Ian Wilson is Britain's best hope. Also windsurfers Penny
Way and Barrie Eddington face their seventh and eighth races today. Both are medal prospects.
Other Sport
Glorious Goodwood
2.30pm L33,000 Lanson Champagne Vintage Stakes 7f
3.10pm L55,000 Goodwood Cup 2m
3.45pm L65,000 Schweppes Golden Mile
4.15pm L30,000 King George Stakes 5f
Commentary by Peter Bromley.

Contributors

Unknown: Danny Baker
Unknown: Ross King
Unknown: Caron Keating
Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: John Inverdale
Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Joerg Hoffman
Unknown: Kieran Perkins
Unknown: Ian Wilson
Unknown: Barrie Eddington
Commentary By: Peter Bromley.

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