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Officially called the “AFL-NFL World Championship Game”, the first Super Bowl was less super and more scrimmage. more
It’s difficult to quantify the changes in sports nutrition over the past decades, but today’s athletes are bigger, stronger and faster partially as a result of improvements in their fuel intake. more
The famed off-road endurance race featuring a variety of motorcycles, cars and trucks kicked off its 40th annual rally this month in Lima, Peru. more
Lawrence Phillips was a stellar high school football player, a front-runner for the Heisman Trophy and the 6th overall pick at the 1996 NFL draft. But.. more
Twenty-five years ago, Arthur Ashe graced the cover of Sports Illustrated and was named “Sportsman of The Year”. Weeks later, the tennis star would die from HIV infection at the age of 49. more
36 years ago this month, rival ring masters Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier retired from professional boxing. Surprisingly, the prize fighting duo, whose mutual enmity was legendary, shared similar milestones more
December in the continental U.S. ushers in big holiday shopping, but out in the Pacific Ocean the end of the year means big waves and the wind-down of the World Surfing League (“WSL”) more
College football’s most prestigious award was just accorded to Baker Mayfield, the Oklahoma Sooners’ QB who led his team to a 12-1 season more
Few athletes can claim to have a Hall of Fame named after them, but Dan Gable managed to leave his legacy appended to the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum more
As Tiger Woods walked off the course at the Hero World Challenge golf tournament with a T9 finish and a score of 280 (-8), fans were left wondering if the 41-year old’s performance more
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10 years ago

AUTO RACING March 29, 2009  Jenson Button wins the Australian Grand Prix, the inaugural chase of the 2009 Formula One season. Driving for the Brawn GP team, the British racer would lead in 5 more races to claim his only F1 Championship at the end of the year. Ranked 18th on the list of Grand Prix winners, Button has 15 victories to his name.

20 years ago

BASEBALL March 25, 1999  Cal Ripken, Sr. dies of lung cancer at 63. Spending 36 years with the Baltimore Orioles organization, Ripken served as player, scout, coach and manager. His commitment to the club’s tradition of excellence became known as “The Oriole Way”. His 19x All-Star son, Cal Ripken, Jr., spent 20 years with the same team.

30 years ago

YACHT RACING March 28, 1989  A NY court declares that the San Diego Yacht Club had beaten New Zealand’s Mercury Bay Boating Club unfairly at the America’s Cup by racing a double-hull instead of a mono-hull. The ruling is reversed on appeal, stating that the Deed of Gift which governs the race does not limit design, or stipulate the number of hulls.

40 years ago

BASKETBALL March 26, 1979  Michigan State defeats Indiana State 75-64 at the NCAA Division I Championship. Spartans’ Magic Johnson went up against the Sycamores’ Larry Bird for the first time, marking the beginning of a rivalry that would take them through their NBA careers. While Indiana lost, they entered the game undefeated (33-0).