Type
News/Talk Show
Premiered
Sep. 07, 1979
Status
Returning Series
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
ESPN TV Network
Genre

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SportsCenter

A show featuring all the days major sports news and scores and taking snippets from other ESPN shows such as 'Pardon the Interuption', College Gameday, NFL Primetime, and NBA Fastbreak. The show also features a 'Top 10 List'. Monday through Friday are the top plays of the day. Saturday shows the 'Not Top 10' and Sunday has 'Plays of the Week'.

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38x280 September 18, 2015 Aired: Sep. 18, 2015

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  • The opening ceremony featured the arrival of Bill Suitor by means of the Bell Aerosystems rocket pack (also known as a Jet Pack).
  • Eighteen-year-old Zola Budd, a South African runner given British citizenship in order to dodge the apartheid-based ban on South African competitors, collided with home favorite Mary…
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    Eighteen-year-old Zola Budd, a South African runner given British citizenship in order to dodge the apartheid-based ban on South African competitors, collided with home favorite Mary Decker-Slaney in the final of the 3000 m, causing the American to fall. With the crowd booing her for the rest of the race, Budd dropped back and finished well down the order. She was later cleared of wrongdoing and was also declared not culpable by Decker-Slaney. While the Decker-Budd duel was highly sensationalized, the race itself was won by Maricica Puica of Romania, one of that era's most successful middle distance runners, whose accomplishment was diminished by the controversy.
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  • The Olympic Velodrome and the Olympic Swim Stadium, funded largely by the 7-Eleven and McDonald's corporations respectively, were the only two new venues constructed specifically for the L.A.…
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    The Olympic Velodrome and the Olympic Swim Stadium, funded largely by the 7-Eleven and McDonald's corporations respectively, were the only two new venues constructed specifically for the L.A. Games.
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