Greatest Moments in Sports History
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After 36 years, Australia solidified their gold medal after setting a world record in the men's 4x100m freestyle relay during the Sydney Summer Olympics in 2000. Ian Thorpe had been trailing USA's Gary Hall, coming into the final 50 metres, but recovered and won against USA, while setting a new world record of 3:13.67. - Sxerks
FINALLY! Peyton got the monkey off of his back.
Now finally! Reporters will shut up!
Buster Douglas, a 40-1 underdog stuns Mike Tyson and the boxing world by taking the heavy weight championship in Japan.
After eight years of Queensland domination, the New South Wales finally broke the drought after winning the State of Origin series 2-1 in 2014. The first two games were dominated by New South Wales, having won the games at 12-8, and 6-4 respectively. Queensland later won the final game at home, 32-8, but the shield had already been transported south to New South Wales. - Sxerks
Hadn't hit 1 homer all year and decided to start in the bottom of the 9th to win it for the White Sox!
he can be even faster and he knows it
The only cup that Real Madrid does not have in their collection is the super cup.
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