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Summer Olympics #539007

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 05, 1984
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(Studio) Joan Benoit reported winning first women's marathon at Olympics today. Swedish wrestler (name given) reported relinquishing medal after disclosure that he had used banned drugs.
REPORTER: John Hart

(Los Angeles, California) Carl Lewis' 100 meter win examined; films shown courtesy ABC Sports. Performances of jumper Al Joyner, Willie Banks noted. [JOYNER - reacts to media's discovery of him now.] Sister Jackie Joyner's medal in heptathlon noted. [Jackie JOYNER - is pleased with opportunities afforded herself and brother] Edwin Moses mentioned qualifying for his event.
REPORTER: Noah Nelson

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: John Hart

(Los Angeles, California) United States javelin thrower Tom Petranoff featured; films shown. [PETRANOFF - describes perfect throw; discusses sport.] [Coach Bill WEBB - describes training regime.] [Carole PETRANOFF - explains couple's work for gold medal.] [PETRANOFF - hopes to win gold.]
REPORTER: George Lewis

Reporter(s):
Hart, John;
Lewis, George;
Nelson, Noah
Duration:
00:04:40

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