On January 3, 1998, long time Wide World of Sports host Jim McKay declared that Wide World of Sports was canceled; the hour-and-a-half of all sorts of sports was replaced by a studio host introducing single event broadcasts such as the Indianapolis 500, horse racing's Triple Crown, and the national and World Championships in figure skating.

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  • On January 3, 1998, long time Wide World of Sports host Jim McKay declared that Wide World of Sports was canceled; the hour-and-a-half of all sorts of sports was replaced by a studio host introducing single event broadcasts such as the Indianapolis 500, horse racing's Triple Crown, and the national and World Championships in figure skating. (en)
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  • On January 3, 1998, long time Wide World of Sports host Jim McKay declared that Wide World of Sports was canceled; the hour-and-a-half of all sorts of sports was replaced by a studio host introducing single event broadcasts such as the Indianapolis 500, horse racing's Triple Crown, and the national and World Championships in figure skating. (en)
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  • List of events broadcast on Wide World of Sports (U.S. TV series) (en)
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