Top Ten Most Unbreakable Sports Records

The Top Ten
1 749 Complete Games - Cy Young

With the way the game is played today, that makes this easily the most unbreakable record in sports history. Now think about this for one second. There are a lot of unbelieving records out there. But how many can you say no one will ever come close to half to? That's what is what this is. A record that no one will come half way to

To break this record, a pitcher would have to pitch 25 complete games every season for 30 years. To place this in perspective, from 2011 to 2015, the number of league-leading complete games for a season has averaged 6. At that rate, all you would have to do is pitch for 125 years! Also, Young's 511 victories will never be touched.

This and his 512 wins. that's videogame numbers now a days. (you have to cheat slightly even in mlb the show to get these records by this legend).

2 8 Consecutive NBA Championships - Boston Celtics

The Celtics are the greatest basketball team of all time. I am not saying that because they are my state team. This record is just amazing. Even 2 consecutives is a great accomplishment! But eight? These guys must have God on their side!

Unbeatable, keep in mind there were 8 or 9 teams in the league when Celts did this, and they had the majority of talent in the league.

3 straight is already hard enough but 8 straight is just impossible..

3 92 Goals in a Season - Wayne Gretzsky

When you think about it, Lemieux and Hull came pretty close to breaking this one, in fact if Lemieux didn't miss 4 games in 88-89 or 24 in 92-93, he just may have broken it... now think about this, his 163 assists in one season record: apart from Lemieux, no one has ever even had that many points in a season (Yzerman is next at 155).

Under appreciated record. As a matter of fact, Gretzky could have all 10 records as most of them are untouchable.

With the changes that the game has seen since the 80's, this record is truly, and forever, untouchable.

Nobody will come close. This record is in the stratosphere.

4 Average of 99.94 In International Cricket Tests - Sir Donald Bradman

After 80 years of holding this record, no one else has even got anywhere near it. Highest individual batting average in the world of all time over 52 games. Unbreakable!

This next best is only 68. It is like the 2nd best baseball average behind Cobb was 260!
That is how good this guy was.

Only three other players have broken 60% and those were all below 61%. Bradman is at 99.94%.

Not sure why someone says % it is possible to get a score higher than 100 which Bradman did many times but there is almost no chance of this record being broken in our lifetimes

5 Secretariat's time of 2:24 flat in the 1973 Belmont Stakes

Secretariat still holds the record times for each of the Triple Crown races some 45 years - and counting - later. Kentucky Derby 1:59-2/5; Preakness Stakes 1:53 flat; Belmont Stakes 2:24 flat. No other horse on any 1-1/2 mile dirt track in the world has come within shouting distance of Secretariat's near supernatural time of 2:24.

Make no mistake, my friends. He was the greatest racehorse that ever lived, and I was luckiest guy in the world to be on his back. -Ron Turcotte

June 9, 1973. Belmont Park. A hand ride to immortality.

Records are made to be broken. But Secretariat's “Beamonesque” performance at the Belmont Stakes is probably as close as it can get to be unbreakable. A magical demonstration of perfection.

6 50.4 Scoring Average Single Season - Wilt Chamberlain

Forget bout It, The 100 Point Game Just Maybe by Lebron But 50. 4 Point Average Forget about it.

No one else has ever averaged more than 40 points in a season. This one is untouchable.

50 muthatrucking point average how not the best?

the best players never get more than 30 points on average in a season

7 2,632 Consecutive MLB Games Played - Cal Ripken Jr.

This record will easily stand the test of time, here's some reasons:
1: Most Players don't get to play for that long, many players nowadays get their careers shortened early due to injures, non-consistent play and early retirements.
2: No Injures, most athletes at some point in their careers are going to get injured, its just how life works. Its happened thousands of time but somehow Ripken avoided it. We've all seen athletes take a bad bump, but none for Ripken.
3. Inconsistent Play, when athletes are farther into their career its likely they'll get sent to the minors and sometimes to the free agency. But Ripken always kept consistent play.

2632 straight games is 16 baseball regular seasons and 40 games, in comparison to other sports it is 164.5 regular NFL seasons and 32 NBA or NHL regular seasons plus 8 extra games without missing one game!

Steroids Era records shouldn't be in the running

Nobody will even try to break this one.

8 56 Consecutive Games With A Hit - Joe DiMaggio

This record is number 1. It will never be broken. Pete Rose came close at 43.

Most experts say this is #1 major record

Joel's will never be broken

The best record of all sports no one will come close to this with today’s media and all the pressure when they even get to 30 games

9 100 Points In A Single NBA Game - Wilt Chamberlain

Untouchable. Kobe had a spectacular game 10 years ago where he scored 81...which is still 19 points shy of Wilt. Forget about it.

This one is doable, given the right circumstances (let one player take every shot) like Kobe's last game.

Arguably the most impressive single most impressive sports record by an individual.the only person even close to this was kobe.

wtf this should be number 100 you try putting 100 points up while you play with 5 other man blocking your way

10 10 Consecutive Stanley Cup Finals - Montreal Canadiens

A true sport dynasty

The Contenders
11 14 Consecutive MLB Division Titles - Atlanta Braves
12 Pete Maravich 44.2 Point Per Game Career NCAA Scoring Average

What makes this record all the more remarkable is that the Pistol achieved it in only three seasons, and before the three point line and shot clock were instituted in college basketball.

Second place doesn't even hit 35 ppg.

13 5,714 Career Strikeouts - Nolan Ryan

Good luck breaking this one. Ryan pitched into his 40's as a power pitcher. Unheard of. Nobody in the modern game will pitch enough innings to ever threaten this record.

14 555 Consecutive Wins - Jahangir Khan

This is one of the un break able record for me.

15 2,857 Career Points - Wayne Gretzky

Take away every goal Gretzky ever scored and he still has more points than number 2 on the points list Jagr. that's more assists than the second most points. Absolutely unbreakable

He is ahead of Jagr who is #2 all time by almost 1,000 points

16 511 Career Wins - Cy Young

This is an impossible record to break...

I don't know how this isn’t THE number 1! Everything else has a slime 1% chance of being broken. This record is impossible. The game changed with 5 pitchers and in today’s game we may never see another 300 career winner. It’s untouchable!

17 Richard Petty 200 Professional Stock Car Wins

Lets keep in mind that David Pearson, who is 2nd on the list only has 105 wins.

No one active is even close should be a top 10 unbreakable

Should be 1 or 2 along with Cy Young. Other commenter is closest about half.

18 502 Consecutive Goaltending Starts - Glenn Hall

I feel like all of these records could be broken except for this one, sure it may take a while to break these other ones but nobody will EVER come anywhere close to this one. Well now backup goalies get usually 15-20 starts a year, many goalies get sent to the minors or free agency for inconsistent play, hockey is a VERY tough sport and somehow Hall avoided injury.

Back then there was only a few goalies that were known as the best now you've got Lundqvist, Price, Holtby and many others for a coach to let a goalie play or let alone start and finish 502 games is amazing. Also with so many early ending careers due to injury and backup goalies getting more starts this is a record that will probably never be broken.

502 consecutive starts by an NHL goalie being broken, not likely! 502 consecutive starts by an NHL goalie WITHOUT A MASK (which was the case for Hall) no way!

19 48.2 Minutes a Game - Wilt Chamberlain

Every other record is possible to break this one isn't

20 Averages a Triple-Double for the Season-Oscar Robertson

LeBron could do this if he was strictly gunning for it.

21 54 Times Stealing Home Base In Career - Ty Cobb

I can't imagine someone stealing home three times in their career, but 54!? That's nothing any player would be able to do if they even had 1000 lifetimes to try and achieve it.

22 Two Consecutive No-Hitters - Johnny Vander Meer

No pitcher will ever throw three straight.

23 10.49sec by Florence Griffith in 100m Track and Field

It stands for 29 years and will. go on for much more.

24 Sachin Tendulkar's 100 Centuries
25 8 Weight Division Championship - Manny Pacquiao
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