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Trophies loom large this time of year as teams slug it out through the finals to try and make history. NHL champions will raise North America’s oldest professional sports trophy, the Stanley Cup. more
The lady is a champ ! Speed, power and grace are not the exclusive domain of male thoroughbreds at the Kentucky Derby. more
Last week’s soccer match between Danish rivals FC Copenhagen and Brondby IF introduced the latest form of fan misbehavior- tossing dead rats on the field. more
“The Runners Are Coming, The Runners Are Coming!”. Famous for launching the American revolution in the 18th century, Boston was also the first city to kick off an annual marathon in 1897. more
When nerves take over at the Masters’ final round, even the best and most experienced on the course can be thwarted. Over the decades, at least a dozen leaders had their dreams shattered in dramatic fashion at the back nine of the tournament’s home stretch. more
Football fans are once again reminded they don’t own their home teams. The Oakland Raiders’ planned move to Las Vegas marks the 11th time since the 1940’s that an NFL franchise is packing up for “greener” pastures. more
Major League Baseball takes the field for another season of hard hitting numbers- the league is now worth $36 Bil, its wealthiest team is valued at $3.4 Bil and its highest paid athlete is salaried at $33 Mil. more
Though less celebrated, Ireland’s place in the sporting world is still an integral part of the country’s outsized contribution to western culture and civilization. more
Southern California in the 1960's- sun, surf, beach and of course, UCLA basketball. The Bruins go back to 1919 yet it was only during a short historic period in 1964-75 when they forged UCLA’s legacy as the NCAA’s winningest Division I men’s basketball team. more
With some 1,000 miles of frozen landscape to conquer, Alaska’s annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is no ice-cream picnic. Few sporting events claim extreme weather as a fundamental racing challenge. more
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10 years ago

OLYMPICS August 24, 2008  The closing ceremonies of the Summer Olympics in Beijing, China take place after 16 days of tournaments. Nearly 11,000 athletes representing 204 nations competed in 28 different sports. The Games brake an all-time television viewership record with 4.7 billion people tuning in, or 2/3 of the world’s population.

20 years ago

GOLF August 23, 1998  Coming off his win at the PGA Championship only a week earlier, Vijay Singh swings into another Tour victory at the Sprint International in Castle Rock, Colorado. Over the course of his career, the Fiji-born golfer won ‘Rookie of The Year’ in 1993 and has claimed three majors: PGA Championship (1998, 2004) and Masters Tournament (2000).

30 years ago

BOXING August 23, 1988  Mike Tyson gets into a street brawl in Harlem, New York with fellow heavyweight boxer, Mitch Green. The incident takes place at 4 am outside a clothing store with varying descriptions of the event. Beaten by Tyson in the ring 2 years earlier, Green expressed his anger at being short-changed, which led to a scuffle and fist fight.

40 years ago

BASKETBALL August 23, 1978  Future NBA star Kobe Bryant is born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The 5x champion skipped college and went directly into professional basketball from high school. One of the greatest in the game, Bryant played 20 years with the LA Lakers and retired in 2016 with 33,643 points (avg 25 ppg).