INTERNATIONAL JOUSTING TOURNAMENT > Watch 16 guys in heavy metal
get medieval on each other at the John Labatt Centre in London,
Ontario. -- CUBS AT CARDINALS WGN 8 PM > The NL Central clash
favors the home team: Chicago has won just eight times in 37
games at Busch Stadium since 2000.
AVP BELMAR OPEN NBC 4:30 PM > Olympians Misty May and Kerri
Walsh, who had a 90-match winning streak snapped last month, take
to the sand on the Jersey shore. -- STORM AT SHOCK ABC 4 PM >
Seattle rules the West thanks largely to forward Lauren Jackson,
the WNBA's third-leading scorer (18.6 points per game).
NASCAR TROPICANA 400 NBC 2:30 PM > Kevin Harvick, who is close to
falling out of the top 10 in points--and missing out on NASCAR's
new playoff system--returns to Chicago, where he's won twice in
three starts. -- U.S. MEN'S SOCCER VS. POLAND ESPN2 7 PM > In the
yanks' final friendly before the next round of World Cup
qualifying, the sides meet in Chicago.
U.S. OLYMPIC TRACK AND FIELD TRIALS USA 10 PM > On the fourth day
of competition in Sacramento, America's top middle-distance
runner, David Krummenacker, races in the 800-meter final. In the
5,000-meter final Marla Runyan, a 2000 Olympian who is legally
blind, tries to qualify.
ALL-STAR GAME FOX 8 PM > With home field advantage in the World
Series on the line, the midsummer classic is in Houston for the
first time since 1986. -- DVD RELEASE DETROIT PISTONS 2003-04 NBA
CHAMPIONS Highlights galore, plus features on G.M. Joe Dumars and
the Masked Man, Richard Hamilton.
HITLER'S PAWN HBO 10 PM > The story of Margaret Lambert, a Jewish
high jumper who made the German team for the 1936 Berlin Olympics
but was removed a few weeks before the Games. She left Germany
for New York City the following year, and now she returns to her
hometown of Laupheim.
BRITISH OPEN, FIRST ROUND TNT 7 AM > Ben Curtis begins his title
defense at Royal Troon, a course where the short but tough par-3
8th hole is known as the Postage Stamp for the size of its green.
-- LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN CBS 11:35 PM > Surfer Laird
Hamilton visits to promote his new movie, Riding Giants.