How Australia's footballers won their first international tournament in Saigon in 1967.
In 1987, a group of Oxford University rowers led a famous rebellion against their coach.
The story of one of the best woman cyclists of all time and a record that still stands.
The Californian who pioneered one of the most famous surfing breaks in the world in 1975
How the Ghanaian football team won a famous Africa Cup of Nations victory in 1965
How the coldest game in American Football made the reputation of the Green Bay Packers
The 1988 Winter Olympic showdown between American Brian Boitano and Canadian Brian Orser
How a football victory in 1996 helped South Africa heal the wounds of Apartheid
How the American showmen won over basketball fans in Moscow during the Cold War
How tiny Hereford United won a famous FA Cup victory over Newcastle in 1972
How Cameroon shocked Maradona's Argentina at the 1990 World Cup
The women's doubles partnership who broke new ground for Jewish and Black players
How the Chicago Bulls managed to pick the basketball legend in the 1984 NBA draft.
The two Karachi women who blazed a trail for women's cricket.
How a Hawaiian-born wrestler stormed the traditional world of Japanese Sumo in the 1980s
How Tegla Loroupe became the first African woman to win a major marathon
Clive Toye's account of Pele's shock move to a US soccer team in 1975
in 1964, East German cyclist, Dieter Wiedemann, defected for love and the Tour de France
How three black players revolutionised English football in the 1970s.
Memories of the only man to win the world championship in Formula 1 and motorcycle racing
How a misfield in the 1986 World Series convinced Boston Red Sox fans they were cursed.
In 1974 the British Lions made a famous and controversial rugby tour of South Africa.
In 1948 at the 'austerity' Olympics, newly independent India won gold on the hockey pitch
The bitter clash between the best golfers from the USA and Europe in 1991
The Canadian sprinter disqualified for doping at the 1988 Olympics
How Scotland's footballers triumphed over the English at Wembley in 1967
How the batsman sparked a row leading to the sporting isolation of apartheid South Africa
How the first games for athletes with intellectual disabilities was organised in 1968
How the Lithuanian basketball team became Olympic heroes thanks to the Grateful Dead
How the most extreme form of triathlon was invented in Hawaii in 1978