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Sports: Leonard, Women's College Basketball, Horse Racing, America's Cup #133890

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 30, 1991
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Confirmation by boxer Sugar Ray Leonard that he drank heavily and used cocaine for a period in the 1980s reported. [LEONARD - makes apologetic statement.] Highlights of NCAA women's basketball tournament games between University of Virginia-University of Connecticut and University of Tennessee-Stanford University and victory by race horse "Hansel" in the Jim Beam Stakes shown. Visit to one of the workshops where yachts for next America's Cup race are being constructed featured; scenes shown of the hull being built. [Boat builder Eric GOETZ - comments on the secrecy surrounding this operation.] [Head America3 Syndicate Bill KOCH - talks about secrecy, too.] New French- designed yacht that America3 is also testing shown. [Team Dennis Conner Bill TRENKLE - talks about keeping America's Cup in America.]

Reporter(s):
Gandolf, Ray;
Simpson, Carole
Duration:
00:04:50

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