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Tuesday 29th December 2009: Huge thanks to Larry Dart for checking his schoolday diaries in which he entered scores and placings for Jeux Sans Frontières events from 1967 onwards. Larry has kindly supplied final scores and placings for 1967 Heats 2 and 5 and 1968 Heats 1, 3, 4, 5 and 6, our information about which was previously sketchy at best. He has also provided a number of minor corrections to scores and team names, also from his notes. This is much appreciated, Larry. Thank you.

Wednesday 23rd December 2009: Thanks to Pino Frisoli for contacting me regarding the 1970 series, which has been updated with regard to colour and black and white transmissions that year.

Tuesday 22nd December 2009: Very sorry for the lack of updates this year - it's been a very stressful one and sadly JSF hasn't been a top priority for me. I apologise if I've not replied to emails (and for a lot of them, I know I haven't). It's nothing personal - I've just had a tough time of it. Please forgive me. Thanks to Paul Leaver, I have a small update to bring you today. Paul has tracked down scores for IAK 1971 and some detail on the Peasholm Park 1966 IAK heat. Thanks, Paul! Thanks also to David Townson for a couple of small but helpful corrections to the site.

Wednesday 4th February 2009: Sad news to impart today. Our thanks to regular visitor, Mauro Tozzi for letting us know that Gennaro Olivieri, one of the very best known and best loved Jeux Sans Frontières referees, passed away in his home town of Neuchatel, Switzerland, on Monday 2nd February 2009, aged 87. Gennaro's long time friend and colleague Guido Pancaldi told JSF author Gianni Magrin that "Gennaro has left us, calmly and in peace". What with the sad death of the British It's A Knockout and Jeux Sans Frontières presenter, David Vine on Sunday 11th January, 2009 is shaping up as a sad year for those of us with fond memories of the series. Our thoughts and condolences are with the families, friends and colleagues of these great professionals who both brought so much joy into so many lives in JSF and in their 'day jobs'. You will be sadly missed, gentlemen.

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