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Superstars is a diverse sports competition in which elite athletes from a variety of sports compete against each other. The athletes must not compete in the sport for which they practice their profession; resembling a decathlon.
Points are awarded for the position in which the competitor places in each event. The competitor with the most points at the end of all ten events is declared the champion. On the original ABC version, an athlete was able to compete in a maximum of seven events, but no athlete was permitted to compete in the sport s of his or her profession.
In the World, International, European and British versions of the contest, athletes would compete in 8 out of 10 events, with no one allowed to take part in their own sport, although some handicapping rules did apply. The idea was developed by and Olympic figure skating champion Dick Button.
He shopped the idea to all three U. The BBC covered the competition and aired their own programme, featuring British athletes on 31 Decemberwhich was won by metre hurdles Olympic champion David Hemery.
Television broadcasts of the competitions were popular both in Europe and North America in the s and s. Further events featuring European athletes started fromwith six World Superstars championships taking place from to The sports have varied over time and between the various national and international competitions; in the first competition there was no obstacle course, but table tennis and baseball hitting were included, while the European versions featured a m Steeplechase, indoor cycling on a highly banked velodrome, and the infamous 'Gym Tests'.
Canadian soccer player Brian Budd was unbeaten in Superstars contests, winning the World Championship three times from tomaking him the most successful Superstar of all time. Featuring the first ever gym test devised by Pickering, and comprising circuit running, a medicine ball throw, parallel bar dips and squat thrusts the event came down to the final steeplechase, where Hemery overcame a m handicap to pass Barry John with 60 metres left.
Shown on New Year's Eve, the programme was a major success and was repeated the following year. Following the success of the first two standalone UK competitions, in the British national Superstars contest was suspended, and the event was widened to include participants from continental Europe. Five preliminary heats were held, followed by a final at the Ahoy indoor arena in Rotterdam, famous for its banked, wooden cycling track.
This proved to make Superstars a major hit, achieving large audiences across the continent and paving the way for the International and World Superstars editions to follow. Memorable events in the first year of European Superstars included Malcolm Macdonald winning the m sprint in a Superstars record time of Before the final in Rotterdam, Kruize was badly injured in a car accident and was replaced by Hemery, who finished second. Kjell Isaksson dominated the event again, winning four of his eight events and finished second or third in three others, winning the title with an event to spare.
The rules for European Superstars allowed athletes to compete in "near specialist" events with a handicap, meaning that both Hemery and Isaksson were allowed to run in the m and Steeplechase, but only after giving the other finalists a head start. In the final m Steeplechase event Hemery made up a m handicap on his rivals in order to finish in overall second, after again falling badly at the water jump and running the last m with badly torn ankle ligaments.
By now Hemery was a "professional Superstar", competing in Britain, Europe and the US, and devising his own training regime. His performances duly improved, and even though Olympic Judoka David Starbrook took his parallel bar dips record in the gym tests, Hemery had become Britain's top competitor. Keegan's victory produced a memorable moment when he crashed during the cycle racing in his heat. With deep cuts and abrasions to his arm, shoulder and back, the Liverpool footballer was expected to withdraw, but with a large crowd present to watch him he said "These people here in the stands have come here to see me make a fool of myself and they've got a right to it!
Keegan then easily won the steeplechase, but like many of the highest profile performers, his schedule was too full to allow him to compete as regularly as the Superstars format demanded.
Partly because of this, less renowned athletes like Isaksson came to dominate and be recognised outside their specialisms.
In the Ahoy final, Isaksson won five events and finished 20 points ahead of his nearest rival. The top eight finishers were also guaranteed a place at the inaugural World Superstars competition, to be held in the US the following year.
Representing Great Britain instead at the Ahoy final was Rugby league player Keith Fieldingwho finished a close second, matching Hemery's best ever performance by a British Superstar. The winner of European Superstars was the returning Ties Kruize, who was now fully recovered from his car crash. With just the indoor steeplechase left, Kruize was one point behind Jean-Paul Coche but five ahead of Fielding.
With Coche having completed his events Fielding needed to win the final race, with Kruize finishing no better than third. With Fielding already finished and celebrating Kruize passed speed skater Hans van Helden on the final straight to win by 2. There was no UK national or European Superstars contest inbut both events returned inalong with a new "Past Masters" event for competitors over 35, which was won by Lynn Daviesthe Olympic Long Jump champion.
Jacks had enormous upper body strength and quickly came to dominate the gym tests, setting records in squat thrusts and, in particular, the parallel bar dips. In the UK national final Jacks comprehensively beat the field, and then went on to compete in Rotterdam for the European title. No Briton had ever won this title, but Jacks was a strong favourite against defending champion Ties Kruize.
Jacks won the gym tests and set a new record time in the cycling. At start of the final event, the steeplechase, Jacks had a small lead, but was out of events. Kruize accumulated enough points in the steeplechase to join Jacks in a tie for first place. With no tie-breaking system in operation both men were crowned European Superstar, making Jacks the most successful British Superstar ever.
Jacks succumbed to shingles in late so was unable to travel to The Bahamas for the World Championship. Superstars regularly attracted over 10 million TV viewers in the UK and Jacks became a household name, appearing on children's TV shows and picking up endorsements usually beyond the reach of a minority sport participant.
Superstars also expanded again inadding International Superstars to its list of programmes, though this was as a direct replacement for the European event. Although popular in the UK, US, Ireland, New Zealand, Sweden, the Netherlands and Australia, Superstars reached its peak at the turn of the decade, and one by one starting in Europe the participating nations fell away.
Against Jacks in was Daley Thompsonglobally recognised as the top multi-sports athlete after his victory in the Olympic Games decathlon competition. In the gym tests Jacks scored 80 in the dips and 73 in the squat thrusts, and finished 18 points ahead of Sherwood in second place.
Thompson finished third. John Sherwood in finishing in second place gained a place in the World Championships and with it the possibility of big prize money. To ensure that he was able to finish second Sherwood had to turn professional part-way through the competition in order to compete in the m as his status as an amateur track and field athlete would normally have barred him from competing in this event. Although many amateur athletes most notably Kjell Isaksson had competed in Superstars since its inception, they had never been able to retain any prize money, with this instead going to their sport.
For Sherwood — a PE teacher from Sheffield at this time, and not a full-time sportsman — the World Championship proved to be a success, but not for Jacks, aiming to become the first European to win the title. In The Bahamas both Britons won events: Jacks in the weightlifting and the gym tests—after an epic struggle against Brian Budd—and Sherwood in the cycle race.
He was officially now Britain's best ever Superstar, although he had still finished 26 points behind Budd. To start the season, the BBC decided to invite the most successful British Superstars back for a one-off "Challenge of the Champions" programme, featuring all the past winners of the UK National contest, as well as the two "Past Masters" and the two men who had won heats of European Superstars.
This was arguably the strongest ever UK Superstars contest, and with so many competitive sportsmen present it was no surprise that records tumbled. Jacks was the heavy favourite, and duly won his 'banker' events, but his inability to compete in the running tests left him facing huge obstacles.
His performance in the gym tests was simply astonishing, smashing his own parallel bars record in the starkly lit Wycombe sports centre with an awesome in 54 seconds; had he pushed himself all the way to the minute he could easily have added more.
His innovative 'rocking' technique like Budd's sliding squat thrusts was widely copied, but none of his rivals could get anywhere near him, and though Sherwood again pushed him close in the squats section, in reality Jacks was in a class of one here. The key to winning Superstars had become to gain maximum points in your best events and then to place as highly in the others — simple in theory, but appallingly hard in practice. Jacks usually dominated in the gym and weightlifting, and almost always also won the cycling and canoeing.
That gave him a nominal 40 point head start on his rivals, but if this sequence could be disrupted, then Jacks was relying on picking up more points elsewhere. He never competed in the two running events and was a weaker shot that his rivals, so he was then faced with winning the basketball or swimming which were much more equal events.
And in the Challenge of the Champions Keith Fielding was able to disrupt Jacks' strategy by enough to beat him. Early on Jacks was looking good, beating Fielding in a record time to win the canoeing, but once Fielding had won the cycling Jacks was beaten. Fielding had entered the event hoping to take the Superstars m record first and foremost, and then to put up a good showing against Jacks. Now he was the ultimate champion. The key had been his ability to score well throughout — he was second in the steeplechase for instance — and even losing his 'banker' the m to David Hemery was not a problem.
By winning the steeplechase in the final event, Lynn Davies was able to push Jacks down into third place, and with injuries forcing the judoka to miss the British final later that season, this would be an ignominious end to his Superstars story. For Fielding, the forgotten man ofthis was a new dawn that he followed up by a second convincing win in the UK final. Here, in a new venue Baththe Rugby League winger reached his Superstars highpoint, dominating Davies, pentathlete Jim Fox and new challenger Andy Ripley from Rugby Union with a strong all-round performance.
He had his share of luck water skier Mike Hazelwood was tied Like A Superstar (Original Mix) - Dallas Superstars - Like A Superstar (CDr) first place in the shooting when he mis-fired the decisive shot, gifting 10 points to Fielding but he was on top form this season. He had every reason to believe he had a strong chance in both International and World Superstars later that year, but, as so often in Superstars, he could not hold his form; the ever-increasing levels of competition saw him lose, first to a resurgent Ripley in the second International, then to a motor-oil powered Jody Schekter in the World Final.
Again, Fielding would never win another Superstars event. The curse of the European champions seemed to be holding strong. Sincethe BBC had also produced an equally popular British Superteams event, which was dominated from the start by the "Athletes" — a team of track and field stars, who won every series but the final one in From a stand-out performer in this team was Brian HooperLike A Superstar (Original Mix) - Dallas Superstars - Like A Superstar (CDr), a pole-vaulter with an immense will to win.
He first came to prominence in the Superteams final, failing to be able to jump onto a balance beam in the obstacle course event, and by he had blossomed into a fine, all-round performer.
He Like A Superstar (Original Mix) - Dallas Superstars - Like A Superstar (CDr) a strong swimmer, almost unbeatable in the canoeing and gym tests, and competitive in all his other events. And then he lost in his heat, to Karate fighter Vic Charlesand his promise seemed lost. However, Charles was unable to compete in the final, and Hooper was his replacement. He would go on to win his next five straight Superstars events, becoming two time British Superstar, three-time International Superstar, and the World Superstar Champion.
Only Brian Budd has a better record in the competition. Hooper later stated that he felt pressured by the aggressive nature of the US challengers, which came to a head in the final of the bike race, where he found himself boxed in by several rivals all seemingly working in concert to hold him back.
Charging through powerfully and fairly, Hooper finished comfortably in the lead, but was Like A Superstar (Original Mix) - Dallas Superstars - Like A Superstar (CDr) faced with official protests, claiming he either took a short-cut off the track or otherwise acted illegally.
He clearly had not, and was quickly declared the legitimate winner. As only the two fastest heat winners ran in Like A Superstar (Original Mix) - Dallas Superstars - Like A Superstar (CDr) final, Hooper could not add to his tally.
He beat all of the major British Superstars of his era except Brian Jacks, who had previously retired through injury. Returning to the event age 50 inHooper competed ably despite a torn pectoral muscle, finishing fourth against rivals at least 15 years younger than himself.
Even now he still won the kayaking and came second in golfalmost making the final, beaten only in the end by an agonising uphill bike race. Though Brian Hooper continued to compete in and dominate Superstars events until he retired inhe stopped competing in the UK national contest afterand he was succeeded as national champion in by athlete Garry Cook.
The championship was also notable for the record breaking performances of Des Drummond in the m, with the agile Leigh Rugby League player managing to lower the mark down to only The final also saw Hooper beat Vic Charles the only man ever to finish above him in any Superstars competition at that point. In the final Garry Cook was pushed very close by professional stunt performer and motorcycle racer, Eddie Kiddbut he held on against a weaker field than usual to become champion.
Cook also competed in the now more popular Superteams series, as part of the never-defeated 'Athletes' team, who were only finally beaten during the last season of the show in By now the BBC had decided that the programme was in need of 'freshening up' and had altered the format several times, changing the format of the gym tests to include bar jumps and adding computerised scoring to stop the trend of sliding squat thrusts. The programme was also moved to Portsmouth and took on a naval theme, adding a field gun competition in a bid to boost flagging ratings.
The final series of Superteams was duly won by 'Watersports' a team representing swimming, water-skiing and diving which was led by Olympic swimmer Robin Brew who excelled at running events and also in the gym tests, where the bar jump became his speciality.
Continuing this success, Brew reached the final of the UK national championship where he narrowly beat a strong field, including Rugby league player Joe LydonOlympic silver medallist Judoka Neil Adams and then only a one-time Olympic gold medal winning rower, Steve Redgrave. The RAF officer then completed a successful first year in Superstars by becoming the last ever International champion, this time much more comfortably.
A new period of Superstars dominance could have evolved for Brew, but with the UK Like A Superstar (Original Mix) - Dallas Superstars - Like A Superstar (CDr) being the only surviving national championship outside the United States, and no prospect of World Superstars being revived, once TWI decided to halt production of International Superstars the BBC version was soon cancelled as well.
With viewing figures falling, and potential participants ever more pressurised into not entering by scheduling conflicts and insurance demands the BBC's decision to end the show was neither unexpected or mourned, and although David Vine, Ron Pickering and executive producer Peter Hylton Cleaver did fight to keep the show on air, it was all to no avail. Over the next fifteen years, though the US version continued unabated, Superstars in the UK existed solely as a nostalgic memory for sporting clip shows, usually focussing on Kevin Keegan falling off his bike, Stan Bowles shooting the table instead of a target, or Brian Jacks eating oranges.
During the s BBC programmes such as Fantasy Football League regularly made use of this footage — and kept the show in the public spotlight — while Sky Sports began to show full-length programmes on its Sky Sports Classic channel. This, together with a new generation of television executives and sports presenters who grew up as fans of the show created interest in a revival, which finally happened as part of the Sport Relief charity event.
With only seven events as opposed to the usual eight or ten and being only part of a larger event instead of being a stand-alone series, the contest was different from those of the earlier era.
While the participants were no less able, the event was less 'competitive', with no prize money at stake and no European, World or International contest to qualify for.
It was dominated by Healey, who won four of his five events, and came runner-up in the other. Stephanie Cook was the other stand-out performer, finishing joint second with Olympic cycling champion Chris Boardman, and finishing runner-up in two events. Produced by TWI and held in La Manga Club in Spain, this time it was a full event with heats and a final, something that had not been part of the series since On 29 Aprilit was announced that the show would be returning on Five for the summer of The Men's Championship was won comfortably by Olympic Super-heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua, while the Women's Championship was won even more convincingly by women's coxless pair Olympic champion Helen Glover.
Joshua won with an event to spare, while Glover won her final event the Gym Tests to win the Women's Superstars title by 14 points. Bob Seagrenan Olympic pole vault gold medalist, was the first winner. However, it was heavyweight champion boxer Joe Frazier who nearly stole the show. In the very first event, the 50 meter swimming heats, Frazier nearly drowned, and only after he was retrieved from the pool did he admit to commentators that he didn't know how to swim.
When a reporter asked him why he tried the race, Frazier replied, "How was I to know I couldn't unless I tried it? He also famously opined, "That Mark Spitz ," who had won several gold medals for swimming at the Olympics "is a tough muthafucker! Spin-offs included a women's version of the show, and a Superteams version, where the two World Series and Super Bowl teams each faced off except that the owner of the New York Yankees at the time, George Steinbrenner prohibited his players from competing, so in years where the Yankees were in the World Series, their league's runner-up competed insteadwith the winners competing in the finals.
There were also brief runs of versions for celebrities and for juniors, where each state's Department of Education was asked to nominate one high schooland those schools each sent one boy and one girl to qualifying rounds, with the final aired on TV.
The show remained popular in the s, but ratings declined and the last edition produced by ABC came in NBC Sports picked up the program the next year and carried it from to ABC took the show back inand broadcast it through During a three-year period — the event was held in Cancun, Mexico. The competitions were held in different areas of Cancun Palace and Melia Cancun hotels. There was no American version for three years — then ABC revived the show in and broadcast it through CBS Sports picked up the show the next year.
Speed skater Anne Henning won three straight women's competitions — Basketball player Ann Meyers matched that feat in through Volleyball player Linda Fernandez won two straight events in and In the franchise was revived for ABC. The Superstars paired athletes and celebrities to compete as a team.
The popular obstacle course was the final event of the original Superstars to determine the overall winner. The Superteams version featured the obstacle course as an earlier event. The original course had the contestants climb a 12' rope wall, run through a tubular tunnel, push a blocking sled or traverse across monkey bars in the Women's and Superteams versionscleanly step through a dozen tires 2 rows of 6jump over a water hazard rectangular pool of waterclear a 4'6" high bar, jump two sets of hurdles and cross the FINISH line.
Some athletes have shown super skills on this course by climbing the wall without using the rope and clearing the high bar like a hurdle. For the "elimination event" version, contestants have to climb a rope wall, duck under four rope hurdles 2 sets side-by-side this was changed mid-season to a balance beam just over 3-inches widecleanly step through a bungee grid, ascend and descend a large ramp, push through a large door-like block, jump two sets of hurdles, run through a cargo net and cross the FINISH line.
A companion competition, this event would pit the two World Series teams and the two Super Bowl teams in a playoff-type match using all the Superstars events, with some team events added such as Hawaiian rowing and the Tug-of-War. The running, swimming, and cycling events were relays, with the cycling done on tandem bikes; the obstacle course which had its blocking sleds replaced by monkey bars similar to those used in the women's competition, as it was felt that the football teams would have too much of an advantage over the baseball teams was decided by best combined time.
The team that won the most events in each semi-final advanced to the SuperTeams finals where an ultimate champions would be crowned. In those years, loser of the ALCS in those years took the Yankees place, and in all three years that team ultimately won the competition. In the final, the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Royals split the first six events, so the tug-of-war would decide the winner. However, while there was a time limit in the preliminary rounds, there was none in the final, and after 75 minutes in which neither team came particularly close to winning, the organizers declared the event and, as a result, the competition a tie.
The participants in the inaugural "World Superstars Championship" were to be the competitors from across the various national and continental versions of the show with the best records in the previous years, and as such the US was to be represented by its previous national champions Bob SeagrenO.
Simpsonand three time reigning current champion Kyle Rote, Jr. The rest of the participants were to be drawn from the top six finishers from the European Superstars final, the top six from the US version inand the winner of the Canadian Superstars event.
In reality, as was always an issue for Superstars, several competitors withdrew in the weeks before the contest, with Rote and Simpson pulling out just a week before taping, leaving a slightly weakened field headed by Seagren, double European champion Kjell IsakssonCanadian champion Tony Gabriel and the joint runners-up from the US final Guy Drut and Dave Casper. Aside from the withdrawals of Rote and Simpson the other major omission from the field was the double British champion and European runner-up David Hemery who was studying at university in the US, and had failed to qualify for the European final after finishing a narrow third in his heat.
Had he paddled his Kayak 0. The contest started with Rowingwhere Peter Snell capitalised on a mistake from fellow athlete Frank Nusse to win the first ten points, then the penalty shoot-out. After this it became a two-way contest between the two pole-vaulters, Isaksson and Seagren.
Controversially, Seagren by nature of being retired from IAAF competition was allowed to run in the track and field events, while Isaksson was not. Seagren later admitted that this gave him a major advantage over his younger, Swedish rival, as running was a fundamental part of any pole-vaulter's training regime, and thus they had to be favoured in such events. While Seagren was unable to win the yard sprint, he did score two points, and his win in the half-mile race gave him a further ten.
Isaksson countered with a win in the gym tests and two second-place finishes in the bike race and weightlifting. Seagren however kept competing strongly and his victory in the swimming and second place in the gym tests saw him take a 33 points to 30 lead over Snell and Isaksson into the final event: the obstacle course. This event was not held in Europe, and therefore Isaksson was attempting it for the first time. In the heats Isaksson ran a time of Seagren however, with much more experience in the event, ran 0.
With the Superstars franchise nearing its zenith of popularity, the World Championship returned in with a man field consisting of the national champions from Canada, Australia and New Zealand, the top three finishers from the European Superstars final, and the top five from the US National Championship.
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