Greatest Moments in Sports History
The Top Ten
Americans aren't known for being huge hockey fans generally, but every time there's a ranking of greatest sports moments in history, the miracle on ice is number one. That being said though, hockey experts almost unanimously agree that the greatest hockey moment ever was the 1972 Summit Series.
You should see the movie based on that named miracle it is amazing
Oh yeah? what about when canada defeated the ussr in 1972? that should be #1 because hockey is canada's game.
Before the World Cup Mussolini told the Italian soccer team this: "WIN OR DIE." Uruguay and Italy were up against each other in the finals and Italy won 4-2. 11 lives were saved just from a soccer game.
If a team got a death threat from one of the worst people ever and yet they found out a way to win this is truly the greatest moment in sports history. - Chezlovakia
The greatest basketballer of all time and his greatest rival retire. You just can't beat that - Grizleybear
The comeback after being down 0-3 to the Yankees was EPIC! No team was stopping them after that - VADERtheIMPALERV 1 Comment
How isn't this higher? Proves that just a bunch of americans are on here
The Pats are going to finish 19-0... WAIT A MINUTE! The Giants won the Super Bowl 17-14. For everybody that said the Patriots were going to win, I told you they would lose. GO GIANTS!
greatest game I have ever watched... go giants - jwileson
Tiger's father passed away and Tiger was crushed. That didn't stop him from winning. He won his 12th major in 2006. It was te only game he won without his dad.
I'm not a fan of the Patriots, but I think this is the best team the NFL has ever seen. right now there going to the superbowl at 18-0. but I think they can beat New York.
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