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THE WEEK IN TELEVISION
July 15, 2002
JULY 12-JULY 25
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July 15, 2002

The Week In Television

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JULY 12-JULY 25

FRIDAY 7/12
OLN 9:30 AM
Tour de France: Stage 6
Grab some brie and a baguette. The Outdoor Life Network will show all 20 stages of the Tour, including this 199.5-km segment, which takes riders from Forges-les-Eaux to Alen�on.

SUNDAY 7/14
NBC 2:30 PM
Tropicana 400
The El isn't the only wild ride in the Windy City. Last year at the inaugural running of the Tropicana 400, rookie Kevin Harvick won before a sellout crowd of 85,000 at Chicagoland Speedway.

MONDAY 7/15
ESPN 7:30 PM
2002 WNBA All-Star Game
Expect Washington's MCI Center to erupt with a rousing ovation for the best player in the nation's capital (sorry, MJ)—but only if Mystics All-Star forward Chamique Holdsclaw's injured left ankle heals in time.

THURSDAY 7/18-SUNDAY 7/21
THURSDAY ESPN 8 AM, FRIDAY ESPN 8 AM, SATURDAY ABC 9 AM, SUNDAY ABC 8 AM
British Open
Halfway home to the immortal Grand Slam, the Tiger Woods Tour hits Muirfield, with its shifting winds and fast, narrow fairways.

SATURDAY 7/20
HBO 9:30 PM
Vernon Forrest vs. Sugar Shane Mosley
Forrest (34-0, 26 KOs) shocked the boxing world last January with a decision over Mosley (38-1, 35 KOs) to claim the WBC welterweight title. This is the rematch.

DON'T MISS

FRIDAY 7/19
TV LAND 9 PM

The Love Boat
In a 1979 episode titled "The Designated Lover," then Yankees slugger Reggie Jackson (showing his acting range by playing Reggie Jackson) falls for an obsessed fan played by Telma Hopkins. Welcome aboard, Mr. October!

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