Back To The Future ’85

In 1985 a 25 year old British Athlete named Steve Cram did something that no athlete had ever achieved, broke 3 World Records at 3 different distances, all within 19 amazing days. The first record fell in a memorable race in Nice on July 16th, when Cram beat Said Aouita by 4 hundredths of a second. Eleven days later at the infamous Bislett Games in Oslo Cram defeated Seb Coe smashing his Mile world record in the process. Finally on August 4th 1985 in Budapest, Steve Cram took the 2000m world record away from the legendary New Zealander, John Walker.

The evening will celebrate this and other sporting successes of 1985, including the greatest ever World Championship snooker final between Dennis Taylor and Steve Davis and David Gower’s England team retaining the Ashes in a 3-1 victory over Australia.

MADHEN are going to be performing at this event on the 15th July in London at the Intercontinental Hotel, Park Lane

We’re really looking forward to it!

About the evening:

· Date: July 15th

Back to the Future ’85 is a chance to go back in time to a year that will live long in the memory for sports fans throughout the UK with many of the main characters present to relive their momentous achievements.

· A chance to hear from our sporting icons as they give their own accounts of the summer of 1985.

Venue: Intercontinental Park Lane, London Steve Cram, Seb Coe and many other special

sporting guests

Black Tie, three course Dinner with a Champagne reception.

A chance to relive the 3 spectacular World Records from Nice, Oslo and Budapest.

Hosted by well known sports presenter.

· · All charitable proceeds will go to Steve Cram’s

Entertainment provided from an iconic ‘80’s band. Children’s charity COCO www.coco.org.uk

For more information please contact:

Extra Mile Media and Events. Kiln Rigg, Wall, Hexham, Northumberland, NE46 4EQ. Email: allison@extramileme.com

· Back to The Future ’85 will welcome 2012 and 2016 Olympic hopefuls to be part of the evening to celebrate.

Back to the Future ’85

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