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The legendary British cyclist who died on Mont Ventoux during the 1967 Tour de France
Sun 5 Jul 2015
The Midfielder who Scored the First Ever International Goal for the England Women's Team.
Sun 19 Jul 2015
In 1998, a doping scandal rocked the most prestigious race in cycling
Sun 28 Jun 2015
In 1991, Americans Mike Powell and Carl Lewis took on the Long Jump world record.
Sun 21 Jun 2015
In 1998, Iran invited an American wrestling team to Tehran as a goodwill gesture.
Sun 14 Jun 2015
The transgender player who fought for the right to compete in tournaments as a woman
Sun 7 Jun 2015
How a crash at a motor race in France in 1955 killed 83 spectators and a famous driver.
Sun 31 May 2015
The former Nazi paratrooper who became a hero to Manchester City fans in the 1950s
Sun 24 May 2015
How the British wheelchair racer won her greatest victory at the 2004 Paralympic Games
Sun 17 May 2015
The legendary Ethiopian distance runner recalls winning the Olympics by one second.
Sun 10 May 2015
How the death of the Yugoslav dictator made fans and players cry at a top game in 1980.
Sun 3 May 2015
How tragedy struck one of the most famous dynasties in American motor sport
Sun 26 Apr 2015
The Cuban runner who won a unique double at the 1976 Olympics and became a national hero
Sun 19 Apr 2015
How the chess prodigy overcame sexism in her sport and defeated the all-time greats.
Sun 12 Apr 2015
In 1976, the Yale rowing team stripped naked to demand equal treatment for women's sport
Sun 5 Apr 2015
In 1975, Lee Elder became the first African-American to play the prestigious tournament
Sun 29 Mar 2015
The historic Africa Cup of Nations qualifier between footballing rivals Uganda and Rwanda
Sun 22 Mar 2015
The unexpected victory at Lord's in 1983 which put Indian one-day cricket on the map
Sun 15 Mar 2015
The playboy British motorcyclist who suffered the fastest crash in motorcycling history
Sun 8 Mar 2015
How Australia's footballers won their first international tournament in Saigon in 1967.
Sun 1 Mar 2015
In 1987, a group of Oxford University rowers led a famous rebellion against their coach.
Sun 22 Feb 2015
The story of one of the best woman cyclists of all time and a record that still stands.
Sun 15 Feb 2015
The Californian who pioneered one of the most famous surfing breaks in the world in 1975
Sun 8 Feb 2015
How the Ghanaian football team won a famous Africa Cup of Nations victory in 1965
Sun 1 Feb 2015
How the coldest game in American Football made the reputation of the Green Bay Packers
Sun 25 Jan 2015
The 1988 Winter Olympic showdown between American Brian Boitano and Canadian Brian Orser
Sun 18 Jan 2015
How a football victory in 1996 helped South Africa heal the wounds of Apartheid
Sun 11 Jan 2015
How the American showmen won over basketball fans in Moscow during the Cold War
Sun 4 Jan 2015
How tiny Hereford United won a famous FA Cup victory over Newcastle in 1972
Sun 28 Dec 2014
How Cameroon shocked Maradona's Argentina at the 1990 World Cup
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