UFA-Dabei 842/1972 12.09.1972

Synopsis

01 Munich: Assembly of Olympic competition cyclists, walkers, archery, obstacle course, military riding (riding falls into the water), white water rafting, sailing, dressage.

02. Munich: High jump women Stadium, total. Photographers. Ulrike Meyfarth runs and jumps, ZL. She wins gold. Ulrike Meyfarth is congratulated by the Mitkämpferinnen.

03. Munich: 4 x 100 m women start. Various settings on the run, partially in ZL. After last change battle between Heide Rosendahl / BRD and DDR and Renate Stecher. The last change, and the final in ZL. Joy at the German woman relay team.

04. Munich: Hockey final the only goal and some other settings in the game between West Germany - Pakistan. The German team wins. At the award ceremony the Pakistani can no longer come to terms with their defeat; They swing their medals and also otherwise unsportsmanlike behavior.

05. Munich: Rudkowsky boxes in the middleweight fight between Dieter Kottysch from Hamburg (in the dark shirt) and the Poland, with various settings. Kapoor pleased boundless, he kisses the opponent, the referee, and Willy Daume at the award ceremony.

06. Munich: 1500 m women start. The run with various settings. Ellen Tittel collapses and lies on the Earth, paramedics and doctors take care of them. Bragina / USSR WINS.

07. Munich: Marathon. 76 runners start the marathon race. The run leads two spectators in wheelchair through Munich. The winner Frank Shorter / United States arrives at the stadium. Award ceremony. The last runner Maurice Charlotin from Haiti arrive in pouring rain.

08 "Prize of the Nations" Hans-Günter Winkler Munich: Riding with two errors on an obstacle, William Steinkraus / United States, four points of failure in the moat. Various settings in ZL. Award ceremony.

09th Munich: closing ceremony the label with text: Munich 1972. Enter the athletes in the stadium for the last time. Athletes dance in the stadium. Avery Brundage speaks German and English o-ton: "repealed with tradition, I call upon the youth of all countries to assemble four years from now at Montreal. The time of parting is come. "We go back to our home and call to you all: good bye!" The Olympic flame goes out. The Olympic flag is brought down. 8 men to get the flag. A sign lights up, text: Montreal 1976.

Origin / Type of content

Narration

Persons in the Film

Brundage, Avery ; Daume, Willi ; Kottysch, Dieter ; Meyfarth, Ulrike ; Rosendahl, Heide ; Rudkowsky ; Shorter, Frank ; Stecher, Renate ; Steinkraus, William ; Tittel, Ellen ; Winkler, Hans Günter

Places

Munich

Topics

Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Boxes ; Olympics 1972 ; Horse riding, horse racing (without harness) ; Athletics, jogging, fun run ; Hockey ; transport

Type

Newsreel (G)

Genre

Weekly Newsreel

Translated by Microsoft Translator

Title:

UFA-Dabei 842/1972

UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)

Country of Origin:
Federal Republic of Germany

Year of Production and/or Release

Date of Release:
12.09.1972
Year of Production:
1972

Credits

Origin:
Mount Olympus. Competitions origin: INA pool high jump women: Ulrike Meyfarth origin: INA-pool 4 x 100m women: Staf. d. women Germany origin: INA pool hockey final: German team origin: INA pool boxes: Dieris Kapoor, BRD, gold origin: INA pool 1500 m women: Bragina, USSR, gold origin: INA pool Marathon: Frank Shorter, United States, gold origin: INA pool riding: German team in the price of the Nations, gold origin: INA pool closing ceremony origin: INA pool at the beginning and end of total length

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