1992 was a year of mixed fortunes for Welsh teams, with a win for Cwm Mawr, but a last place for at home for Swansea. All of the summer programmes and those from the 1993 series were later repackaged for The Family Channel, a satellite and cable station, with newly-recorded commentaries by It's A Knockout frontman, Stuart Hall.

The revived Jeux Sans Frontières was now really back up to speed, with eight countries taking part. San Marino dropped out of this year's competition, but there were three new entrants - Czechoslovakia, Tunisia and Jeux Sans Frontières veteran, Switzerland.

Also, harking back to the days of Interneige, a special winter series was held. This proved sadly to be a one-off return, but it was in this series that Czechoslovakia and Switzerland made their Nineties debuts.

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