Finland's Sports Phenom

August 13, 2017

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. Great Britain is at 77k, France at 98k, Germany at 134k and the U.S. at 128k.

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August 6, 2017
The Worst Years In American Baseball

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. …

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July 30, 2017
Fastest Man On Earth- Evolution

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July 23, 2017
Rise of Americans At The British Open

Four years ago, Americans overtook the Scotts as the winningest nation at the British Open. It all began 92 years earlier with a steamship voyage across the …

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July 16, 2017
Wanted: An American In Paris

Since its inception in 1903, the famed Tour de France bicycle chase completed over 2,000 stages in 103 race editions. Americans have won just a dozen of those starts and can only boast three Tour victories- all by a …

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July 9, 2017
Wimbledon- Bastion Of A Sporting Tradition

For the Brits, tradition is serious business and the annual Wimbledon tennis tournament, infused with history and etiquette, is no exception. …

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July 2, 2017
Maccabiah Games- The Unknown Olympics

10,000 athletes from 80 countries are set to converge in Israel and take part in the 20th quadrennial Maccabiah Games, one of the world’s largest sporting events. …

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10 years ago

GOLF  August 12, 2007- Tiger Woods wins the PGA Championship, shooting 272 (-8) at the Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It was the golf prodigy’s 4th PGA victory and 13th major title overall. In 2009, Forbes magazine confirmed that Woods was the first athlete to earn over $1 billion in his career.

20 years ago

HOCKEY  August 16, 1997- Several Russian hockey players of the Detroit Red Wings display the Stanley Cup trophy in Moscow’s Red Square after defeating the Philadelphia Flyers in the championship that year. The silver trophy made its first trip to the Russian capital in a tradition that permits winning players to take the Cup home for the summer.

30 years ago

FOOTBALL  August 18, 1987- Houston Oilers retire Earl Campbell’s #34 jersey. The former Heisman Trophy winner who played at the U. of Texas joined the Oilers in 1978 and was NFL Offensive Rookie Of The Year. One of football’s best power running backs, Campbell was 3x rushing yards leader and was inducted into the pro Hall of Fame in 1991.

40 years ago

SOCCER  August 17, 1977- Retired soccer player, Thierry Henry, is born in Les Ulis, France. The striker was a member of France’s World Cup squad when they won the prestigious tournament in 1998, UEFA Euro 2000 and FIFA Confederations Cup 2003. In 2007, Henry surpassed Michel Platini to become France’s top goal scorer of all time.