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Sports: Fig. Skating, Track and Field, Basketball, Boxing #101298

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 08, 1986
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(NYC: Ray Gandolf) Fig. skater Debi Thomas' defeat of Caryn Kadavy and Tiffany Chin in competition reported; scenes shown. Indoor pole vault record reported broken by Sergei Bubka in Moscow; scenes shown. Zola Budd reported breaking women's indoor track record; details given, scenes shown. Illinois-Michigan, Memphis State-University of Nevada at Las Vegas basketball games detailed; performances of individual players (named) mentioned. Scenes shown courtesy CBS and NBC Sports. Other NCAA scores listed on screen. Boxer Alexis Arguello profiled; his bout tomorrow with Billy Castello noted. [ARGUELLO - explains his motivation.] His career reviewed; bouts with Aaron Pryor recalled. [ARGUELLO - discusses his career, legal and drug problems, his family, disenchantment with Nicaraguan guerrillas.]

Gandolf, Ray

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