1996 FILE PHOTO: For many who found the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta a bit distant and dangerous to attend, Dublin radio station WQZY promoted the Summer Redneck Games as an alternative. Contestants in events ranging from big hair competition to mud bogging drew fans of southern culture to their venues--a rural race track and a motel parking lot.
1996 FILE PHOTO: For many who found the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta a bit distant and dangerous to attend, Dublin radio station WQZY promoted the Summer Redneck Games as an alternative. Contestants in events ranging from big hair competition to mud bogging drew fans of southern culture to their venues--a rural race track and a motel parking lot. Beau Cabell bcabell@macon.com
1996 FILE PHOTO: For many who found the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta a bit distant and dangerous to attend, Dublin radio station WQZY promoted the Summer Redneck Games as an alternative. Contestants in events ranging from big hair competition to mud bogging drew fans of southern culture to their venues--a rural race track and a motel parking lot. Beau Cabell bcabell@macon.com

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