Christmas in the Orient 1990

Entrants Winter 1990:
Spain (E) • Italy (I) • Macau (MC) • Portugal (P)
San Marino (SM) • Yugoslavia (YU)

On-Location Presenters:
Ana Isabel Dias, Eládio Clímaco, Ivy Kuong and Paulo Chan

Commentators:
Daniel Vindel (TVE - E)
Ettore Andenna and Feliciana Iaccio (RAI - I)
Ana do Carmo (RTP - P)
Silvia Battazza (RTVSM - SM)
Jovan Paulicek (JRT - YU)

Produced by TVE (E), RAI UNO (I), TDM (MC), RTP (P)
RTVSM (SM), JRT (YU)

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Jeux Sans Frontières 1990

Macau Special

Event Staged: Tuesday 6th November 1990
Venue: Sao Antonio, Coloane Island, Macau

European Transmissions (Local Timings):
TDM (M):
Saturday 10th November 1990, 9.30pm
RTP (P):
Sunday 23rd December 1990
RAI Uno (I): Thursday 27th December 1990, 8.40-11.10pm
TVE (E): Saturday 29th December 1990, 6.05-7.50pm
Not transmitted in Great Britain

Theme: Macau - Gateway to the East

Teams: Jaca (1) (E) v. Bergamo (I) v. Macau (MAC) v.
Guimarães (P) v. San Marino (RSM) v. Trogir (YU)

Team Members included:
Jaca (E) -
David Dumall, Ignacio Noguerol, Isabel Dumall, Sonia Asún, Antonio Capillas, Alfonso Juez, Belén Lara, Lola Peyo, Manolo Villegas and Pilar Buzunariz.

Games: Arriving at the Colony, The Rickshaws, The Prisoners, The Floral Gifts, Releasing the Doves, Unloading the Ship, The Fish Eggs, Leaving the Colony and The Musical Game.

Game Results and Standings

Games

Team / Colour

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Points Scored

E

5 6 1 2 3 1 4 2 6
I 6 4 1 6 4 4 5 4 12
MAC 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 6 2
P 2 3 1 4 2 4 3 5 10
RSM 4 1 6 4 5 6 1 1 6
YU 3 6 1 6 6 5 6 3 10
Running Totals
(Leading teams shown in red)

E

5 11 12 14 17 18 22 24 30
I 6 10 11 17 21 25 30 34 46
MAC 1 3 4 6 7 9 12 18 20
P 2 5 6 10 12 16 19 24 34
RSM 4 5 11 15 20 26 27 28 34
YU 3 9 10 16 22 27 33 36 46

Result

 Team

Points

Final Scoreboard

1st
1st

3rd
3rd
5th
6th

 I • Bergamo
 YU • Trogir
 P • Guimarães
 RSM • San Marino
 E • Jaca
 MAC • Macau

46
46
34
34
30
20

Returning Teams and Competitors

The Spanish team Jaca that competed in this heat was the same as the team that competed in JSF 1990 as Jaca (1) and had finished as winners of the International Final.

Additional Information

A sumptuously staged competition in a 40,000m² open space. All props and equipment were made from wood and bamboo. The Italian and Yugoslav teams ended up sharing the spoils.

Made in Colour • This programme exists in European Archives

 

JSFnetGB Series Guide pages researched by
Alan Hayes, David Hamilton, Neil Storer, Christos Moustakas, Philippe Minet,
Sébastien Dias, Ischa Bijl, Paul Leaver and JSFnet Websites