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Sports: Boxing, Pole Vaulting, Basketball, Horse Racing #100967

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 15, 1986
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Report introduced.

(NYC: Jack Whitaker) Barry McGuigan-Danilo Cabrera boxing match in Ireland reported; scenes shown. Pole vaulting competition between Billy Olson and Sergei Bubka at Millrose games discussed. Kansas-Nebraska and Georgetown-Villanova basketball games detailed; other NCAA scores listed on screen, reported Performances of individual players (named) mentioned. Thoroughbred horse trainer John Campo's career reviewed; his effort to recover from major stable fire that killed large number of his horses featured. Champion horses he's trained named, discussed. [CAMPO - recalls fire tragedy, effort to recover; praises horses' owners; describes lingering psychological trauma from fire.] Actor Jack Klugman quoted.

Reporter(s):
Sullivan, Kathleen;
Whitaker, Jack
Duration:
00:05:20

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