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The Stanley Cup is Declared “not completed”

It was the only time in Stanley Cup history that the series was declared “not completed”.

Northern Dancer, Sire of Sires

Sixty years ago, Northern Dancer was passed over at an annual yearling sale for his short and bulky stature.

Two Brothers and the Battle for Athletic Footwear

Three generations ago, German brothers Adolf and Rudolf Dassler parted ways in a bitter sibling quarrel.

Sports Collectibles in the New Money World

“People have started to look at these paintings as alternative investments,” says James Fiorentino.

The Computer as an Athlete

On May 11, 1997, thirty-four-year old Gary Kasparov stormed out of a chess tournament, squirming in fury and shaking in disbelief.

A Scorecard Blunder at The Masters

The day after the final round of the 1968 Masters, the front page of The Augusta Chronicle screamed: “Goalbie gains Masters title, De Vicenzo errs on score”.

‘Raging Bull’ is Begging for a Sequel

In 1980, Martin Scorsese released “Raging Bull”, a Hollywood screen production that was nominated for 8 Academy Awards

1982, A Star-Studded NCAA Final

When it comes to game-winning shots, few can match Michael Jordan’s buzzer-beater-jumper at the 1989 playoff contention between the Chicago Bulls

An Insider’s View of the Oakland A’s

“Controversy, chaos, and change” is how Nancy Finley remembers the Oakland A’s under the ownership of her flamboyant uncle, Charles Finley.

Cold Ice

Slicing through the ice with as much speed as his powerful thighs could summon, Sergei Livchek outskated the last defender
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