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SPORTS UNDER THE BIG TOP
Published December 14, 1994
A traveling circus sponsored by ABC and ESPN will be hitting the streets this fall. The show features such things as sports stars demonstrating their skills and interactive educational games designed to encourage kids in sports. The circus will go from city to city, setting up a 100,000-sq ft sports entertainment park at each site. It will stay for six weeks in each city and will cost under $20 to attend (Paul Tharp, N.Y. POST, 12/13).