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Reliving the greatest moments in sport for every day of the year.
MARCIANO v. CHARLES: Unbeaten Rocky cuts it fine against Ezzard. STIRLING MOSS, DAMON HILL: F1 champs share birthday decades apart.
LEONARD v. HEARNS: Sugar Ray stops Tommy in 14th round of classic. 1979 RYDER CUP: New European look but same US victory.
MUHAMMAD ALI: First to win world heavyweight crown three times. ALEX ZANARDI: Loses both legs in CART crash.
SEBASTIAN VETTEL: German 21-year-old claims youngest F1 win in Italy. FEDERER v DEL POTRO: Argentinian ends Roger’s five-year US Open reign.
LYDIA KO: Golf prodigy wins first major. RAFAEL NADAL: US Open career Grand Slam.
NOUREDDINE MORCELI: Algerian takes Cram’s mile world record. YAO MING: China’s sporting giant born today.
RONNIE PETERSON: Swede driver dies despite Hunt heroics. SERENA WILLIAMS: Claims first US Open title.
ROD LAVER: Beats Emerson again to claim the Grand Slam. SERENA WILLIAMS: Joins sister Venus and Graf in history.
MARTINA NAVRATILOVA: Wins mixed doubles at 49. PETE SAMPRAS: Youngest US Open winner. PAKISTAN HOCKEY: End India’s Olympic reign.
ROD LAVER: US Open seals 2nd Grand Slam. WAYNE ROONEY: Sets England’s football record.
JOHN McENROE: Superbrat claims US Open. ARIES MERRITT: American sets new 110m hurdles world record.
HERB ELLIOTT: Gold and world record for
unbeaten Australian. MARTINA’S MOVE: Navratilova requests life in USA.
MUNICH MASSACRE: 11 Israelis slain as terror strikes Olympics. MAUREEN CONNOLLY: 16-year-old wins US Open.
MARK SPITZ: US swimmer wins
seven Munich golds. MO FARAH: Breakthrough world title for British distance runner.
SALLY PEARSON: Australian wins world title
then IAAF award. SHAUN WHITE: Birthday for snowboard champion.
CRICKET SHAME: Pakistan players banned in 2010. JIMMY CONNORS: US tennis ace born today in 1952.
BOBBY FISCHER: Eccentric hero takes chess world title back to USA in 1972. JOHN EALES: Dual World Cup winner bows out of rugby, 2001.