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On December 15, 1930, tea mogul Thomas Lipton stepped into New York’s City Hall to collect a trophy. Mayor Jimmy Walker made the honors more
In 1998, the remote hamlet of Hyrynsalmi, situated almost 400 miles north of Finland’s capital, Helsinki, launched a swamp soccer tournament... more
In 1970, spectators at the Kentucky Derby saw something they’ve never witnessed before- a female jockey piloting one of the horses more
40 years ago, Martin Scorsese released “Raging Bull”, a Hollywood screen production that was nominated for 8 Academy Awards more
On December 2nd, 1944, the Allies were on their offensive drive towards Germany, General Douglas McArthur was back in the Philippines, and the Army-Navy "game of the century" more
Carlton Haselrig came from a mythological place in the American story -- Johnstown, Pennsylvania. He lived a mythological life. more
One of the greatest female soccer players of all time, Michelle Akers defined what it meant to be a sports trail blazer. more
Nothing defined the golden age of auto racing more than the ear-piercing, tire-screeching, high-performance competition between Ford and Ferrari. more
With 94 professional wins to her name, including 10 LPGA majors, Annika Sörenstam is one of the greatest golfers in the history of the game. more
Thirty years ago, Triple Crown contender Alydar was put to sleep under suspicious circumstances by its owner, Calumet Farm. As it turned out, more
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