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Shaul Ladany is a walking miracle, literally and figuratively. The 84-year old Israeli is a 2-time Olympian who survived both the Holocaust and the 1972 Munich massacre. more
This summer, while we might not be able to go to the ball park or watch our favorite teams on the field, we can certainly sit back and spend time reading more
One of the greatest professional riders of all time, Alberto Contador overcame a serious vascular disorder at a young age more
In the land where soccer holds a special place between heaven and earth and the Gods are worshipped for their ball-handling skills, more
Sixty years ago, Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer, and Jack Nicklaus did battle at the foot of the Rocky Mountains outside Denver, Colorado. more
He flung Nazi salutes at Jewish fans when fascism was on the rise and hurled racist epithets when MLB’s first black player took to the plate. more
Covering the intersection of sports and politics at a critical juncture in South Africa's history, "The 16th Man" is an engaging and highly recommended documentary more
Legendary race car driver Mario Andretti is synonymous with the sport itself. The Italian-born speed pilot who moved to the U.S. more
The most valuable NBA franchise today hasn’t won a national championship in two generations. But 50 years ago, more
The only fitness gym listed on ESPN’s most notable sports venues in America, Gold’s Gym declared bankruptcy more
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10 years ago

BASKETBALL  March 13, 2011  Kentucky routs Florida 70-54 at the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament. Seeded #1 and #2, respectively, in the SEC’s Eastern Division, the Gators and Wildcats were closely matched in their overall record standings. Held at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia, Kentucky won their 28th title and Darius Miller took home the MVP. Weeks later at the Final 4, they were stopped by Connecticut, losing by a single point 56-55.

20 years ago

GOLF  March 15, 2001  Annika Sorenstam shoots a 69 in the final round of the Nabisco Championship, winning the tournament with a -7(281), or 3 strokes ahead of 5 runners-up. It was the first of 3 victories for the Swedish golfer at the Kraft Nabisco Championships. One of the best female players in the history of the game, Sorenstam turned professional in 1992 and won her first major 3 years later at the U.S. Women’s Open. She retired in 2008 with 72 LPGA Tour wins.

30 years ago

BOXING  March 18, 1991  Mike Tyson defeats Donovan Ruddock with a TKO in the 7th round of an eliminator bout. At the time, both boxers were top contenders for Evander Holyfield’s WBC, WBF and IBF belt. Held at the Mirage in Paradise, Nevada, the hard-fought battle between the two heavyweights was not without its controversy before it ended in Tyson’s favor. Six months later in the same venue, they faced off for a rematch, which Tyson won by unanimous decision.

40 years ago

SKATING  March 5, 1981  Scott Hamilton wins the men’s singles in Figure Skating at the World Championships in Hartford, Connecticut. It was the first of 4 gold medals at the WC for the Midwesterner. Three years later, he would claim gold at the 1984 Olympics in Sarajevo, ending a 24-year drought for American men in that category. An innovative skater who enjoyed entertaining crowds, he went on to tour with the Ice Capades before forming his own troupe, Stars on Ice.