About Sports History Weekly

Sports History Weekly provides timeless articles that are stored in our archives.  Our mission is three-fold:

1) engage readers with sports history articles that are insightful, enlightening and enriching

2) provide a platform for professors, authors and journalists to promote their books and articles. 

3)  promote our quarterly print magazine, which makes a wonderful addition to libraries, offices, and private homes.

We purposely avoid the flashy graphics, or streaming videos found in most internet sites so we can concentrate on the substance of  yester-year's sports stories.  Each article is well researched and written in rich, concise language that packs stimulating  and engaging highlights.

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THIS WEEK

10 years ago

MOTOR RACING November 1, 2009  British car racer Jensen Button wins his first and last Formula One World Championship title after finishing 3rd at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the final race of the calendar year. Button clinched 6 GPs that season, including Monte Carlo, accumulating the most points at 95, or 11 ahead of runner-up Sebastian Vettel.

20 years ago

RUGBY November 6, 1999  Australia wins the 4th quadrennial Rugby World Cup championship after defeating France 35-12 in the Final. Wales was the official host to the tournament, which saw 65 national teams qualify for 20 spots at the 37-day event. The U.S. lost all 3 of its group matches, including a 53-8 crushing against Ireland, and was dispatched early.

30 years ago

BASEBALL November 3, 1989  Lou Piniella replaces Pete Rose as Manager of the Cincinnati Reds. It was Rose’s last year in professional baseball after being banned for life due to gambling activities in MLB games. Piniella stayed on for three seasons, leading the Reds to a World Series victory in just his first year as Manager with the mid-west franchise.

40 years ago

BASKETBALL October 30, 1979  The Los Angeles Lakers defeat the Chicago Bulls 111-105, winning a fifth straight game and posting an early season record of 7-2. In the first NBA season to implement the 3-point shot, they would go on to clinch the national Championship against the Philadelphia 76ers. Rookie Magic Johnson took home the MVP award.