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- Narrator – Jim McKay
- Producer [For Columbia Special Products] – Dick Stevens
- Supervised By [Creative Supervisor] – Bob Wolff
- Written-By – Bob Wolff, Larry Bortstein
Great Moments from the World of Sports
THE ROAR OF THE CROWD - a collective emotion erupting in cascading sound from thousands of delirious fans - the ultimate accompaniment to the great athletic achievements of our times.
Here are those treasured moments in American sports, selected for their drama, their significance and their excitement.
The historic feats, the courageous comebacks, the record-setting performances, the breathtaking plays. Here are the unexpected climaxes, the pulsating elation, the frenzy and the hysteria shared by millions coast-to-coast, now compiled so that every fan can relive the Great Moments from the World of Sports.
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James Kenneth Jim McManus September 24, 1921 June 7, 2008, better known professionally as Jim McKay, was an American television sports journalist. McKay was best known for hosting ABC's Wide World of Sports 19611998. His introduction for that program has passed into American pop culture, in which viewers were reminded of the show's mission Spanning the globe to bring you the constant variety of sports and what lay ahead the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. He is also known. Покупка Jim McKay 2 - Great Moments From The World Of Sports - Columbia Special Products - LP - C 11056, включает Great Moments From The World Of Sports, Great Moments From The World Of Sports. All items will be shipped with the vinyl removed from the inner sleeve and placed into a plain paper sleeve if inner sleeve is printed. otherwise, the plainlabel sleeve will be utilized and either will be placed along with the jacket into a clear plastic LP sleeve. Due to high volume, please allow up 3-5 calendar days for shipping. Jim McKay, Self: ABC's Wide World of Sports. Jim McKay was born on September 24, 1921 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as James Kenneth McManus. He was a writer and actor, known for ABC's Wide World of Sports 1961, Мираж на льду 2004 and The Verdict Is Yours 1958. He was married to Margaret Dempsey. He died on June 7 . From the Philly Special to Tiger's return to the top of the golfing world, it's been quite a decade in the world of sports. We ranked the greatest sports moments of the 2010s. We didn't use a formula, just a subjective ranking based the drama of the moment, what was at stake, and how vividly we can remember where we were watching when it happened. Check out the 50 most greatest sports moments of the decade below. Hannah MckayReuters. Date: July 23, 2017. What made the moment: No athletic achievement this decade may have been more impressive than Jordan Spieth's miracle at No. 13 of the 2017 British Open. Jim McKay Presents Gymnastics Icon Olga Korbut Uneven Bars Routine At The 1972 Olympics imasportsph. 1978 Gymnastics World Champs. 1968 Olympics gymnastics Natalia Kuchinskaya before the term extreme sports was born, Jim McKay was introducing the world to sports like cliff diving, big wave surfing, and barefoot water-skiing. For nearly 55 years, the ubiquitous McKay was the host of ABC's Wide World of Sports. As the Saturday afternoon master of ceremonies, McKay was always adept at pointing out the wealth of human achievement as well as the agonies of defeat. Readers learn a great deal about the rigors of travel for a sportscaster, and see McKay's love of sports and broadcasting. Catherine Charvat, King's Park Library, Burke, VA Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Library Journal. Jim McKay elegantly covered competitions from badminton to barrel jumping. Yet he may best be remembered for that grim day at the Munich Olympics when he broke the news with three simple words: Theyre all gone. McKay told the world. Later, at the closing ceremony, he read a poem by A. Housman, To an Athlete Dying Young. I had to control myself, he later recalled. I was full of emotion. It was Wide World of Sports that built ABC Sports into a powerhouse after its debut in 1961. The age before ESPN and a constant video loop of highlights was simpler then, and viewers tuned in to see what new kind of competition McKay could find. Jim Rassol-USA TODAY Sports. In the middle of spring training, the Nationals likely wondered what they were going to do with Kieboom. He struggled defensively at the hot corner, but he offers the kind of power that needs to be in a lineup. McKay, the No. 4 overall pick in the 2017 MLB Amateur Draft, attracted a lot of eyes as a potential two-way star. However, he hasnt quite put it together as a hitter against professional competition and he struggled even more when he reached the majors. A savvy player with a great approach at the plate, Carlson should now be a mainstay in the Cardinals lineup and could be crucial to their playoff hopes. Jim McKay 1921-2008 - Find A Grave Memorial. Jim McKay 1921 - 2008 Sports Journalist and Announcer. Fondly remembered for hosting ABC's Wide World of Sports and 12 Olympic Games. He won 13 Emmy's during his career. 64 Rare Historical Photos For Mature Audiences Only. ABC's Wide World of Sports always opened with the montage that showed the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat - which was visually depicted of some poor skier rolling down a hill like a ragdoll. Host Jim McKay had the best sports blazer in the business. tee snow groovy memories. The Real McKay book. Jim McKay one of the first ever television hosts, is best-known as th. He rates the greatest moments and the greatest athletes in his Jim McKay Rankings. Among his favorites are down-to-the-wire finishes in Triple Crown races. The Real McKay is an uplifting and inspiring picture of sports and a testament to the triumph of the human . Get A Copy
Performer: Jim McKay
Title: Great Moments From The World Of Sports
Release date: 1972
Label: Columbia Special Products
Style: Spoken Word
Catalog: C 11056
Size MP3: 2541 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
Record source: Vinyl, LP, Stereo