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Pan American Games #557905

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 23, 1987
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Indianapolis, IN: George Lewis) US-Cuba competition, athletic and political, throughout Pan American Games reviewed; details given, scenes shown courtesy CBS Sports. [US gymnast Kristie PHILLIPS - hoped to do her best today.] Teammate Sabrina Mar's performance yesterday recalled, shown. Cuban boxer Pablo Romero's victory mentioned, shown. United States diver Greg Louganis' performance noted. [Long jump medal winner Jackie JOYNER-KERSEE - anticipates further competitions. [Kersee's trainer and husband Bob Kersee mentioned, shown. Carl Lewis' failure to break world record mentioned. United States sprinter Mark Witherspoon's injury and United States hammer thrower Bill Green's loss of medal due to drug test results noted.

Lewis, George;
Utley, Garrick

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