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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 29, 1980
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(London, England) Steve Ovett's world record in 1500 meter run, and Alan Minter's retention of his world middleweight boxing crown noted. American jockey Steve Cauthen's success in Britain reported [CAUTHEN - talks about a race.] 50 year old Sterling Moss's return to race car driving announced. Wimbledon tennis tournament reported [Bjorn BORG - talks about chance of losing.] American tennis Players John McEnroe and Vitas Gerulaitis named. 15 year old Andrea Jaeger said youngest player ever seeded at Wimbledon. Martina Navratilova, Tracy Austin and Chris Evert Lloyd named. [JAEGER - says she wants to be a normal kid when she goes home.] Use of electronic device to detect service faults reported [Device inventor Billy CARLTON - explains how machine works.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Reporter(s):
Schaap, Dick
Duration:
00:05:10

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