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World War II was raging in the early 1940’s and as America's resources were being diverted overseas, baseball's greatest assets were no exception. more
The most sparsely populated country in Europe has the highest number of Olympic medals per capita in the world. Finland boasts a summer Olympic medal for every 18,135 inhabitants. more
An ear-piercing, speed-thrilling, stock car pursuit is the most lucrative spectator sport in America, taking in $3 Billion a year in corporate sponsorships, more than double that of the NFL.  The sport's  premier governing body... more
The hyper-promoted “Money Fight” between boxing champ Floyd Mayweather and mixed martial arts specialist Conor McGregor sends echoes of a 41- year old forgotten bout. In 1976, legendary Muhammad Ali more
Three years after Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s racial barrier, another athlete who was born into a family of southern sharecroppers cracked open the U.S. National Championships, more
Munich’s Olympic Park is set to unveil a new memorial this week honoring the 11 Israeli athletes massacred by Palestinian terrorists at the 1972 Olympic games. more
Mother nature’s wrath will spare nothing and no one, not even championship games. Rain, fog, ice and blizzards are all part of life on the planet but their unwelcome arrival can transform more
The country that invented, codified and spread the most popular sport  in the world surprisingly has only one World Cup victory. The year was 1966 and John Lennon infamously proclaimed that the Beatles have now become... more
World War II was raging and as America's resources were being diverted overseas, baseball's greatest assets   were no exception. Celebrated sluggers like  Joe DiMaggio, Ted Williams and Hank Greenberg  were just...  more
The oldest of the four Major golf championships goes back to 1860, but it wasn't until after WWI that American golfers would make their mark on the British isles.  In 1921, "Golf Illustrated" magazine helped raise a fund  to...  more
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10 years ago

RUGBY  February 23, 2008- Wales defeat Italy 47-8 in the 3rd week of the Six Nations Championship. The team would continue their march towards their 10th Grand Slam, 19th Triple Crown, and 24th Champions title and concede only 2 tries during the entire competition. The annual Six Nations rugby games started in 1883 just among England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.

20 years ago

BASKETBALL  February 21, 1998- Nick Anderson of the Orlando Magic is named NBA Player Of The Week. Spending 2 years at the University of Illinois, Anderson left in 1989 and was the first pick in Magic’s history when the Orlando team franchise first started playing that season. Anderson closed out his career in 2002 with career stats of 14.4 ppg, 2.6 apg and 1.4 spg.

30 years ago

OLYMPICS  February 20, 1988- Brian Boitano of the U.S. wins the Olympic gold medal in figure skating. The native resident of Sunnyvale, California skated 8 triple jumps, 2 axels, and a triple-triple combination to claim the top spot at the Calgary games. Six years earlier, Boitano became the first American to land a triple axel.

40 years ago

TRIATHLON  February 18, 1978- The first Iron Man Triathlon competition is held in Oahu, Hawaii. The three-part race of swimming (2.4 miles), cycling (112 miles) and running (26.2 miles) is one of the most grueling single-day sporting events in the world. A participant who completes each stage within a certain time frame is designated an Iron Man.