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1984 Los Angeles: Sylvie Bernier

Alex Baumann was best, stalwart Sylvie Frechette showed grace and Donovan Bailey left his rivals in the dust. From 1984 to 2000, CBC Radio and Television followed Canadian athletes chasing Olympic gold. They were the fastest and the strongest and they had Canadians from coast to coast smiling a little wider and cheering a little louder.

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Interview with diver Sylvie Bernier.

Medium: Television
Program: CBC Sports
Broadcast Date: Aug. 6, 1984
Guest(s): Sylvie Bernier
Duration: 3:05

Last updated: June 20, 2013

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