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B. 05-05 Justify wins Kentucky Derby on wettest race day
C. 04-16 American woman and Japanese man win Boston Marathon
04-07 Canada hockey team crash: 'Entire country in shock' Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Western Canada
4. 04-02 Villanova Makes Statement With Program's Third National Title
5. 03-16 No. 16 UMBC Shocks No. 1 Virginia With Greatest Upset Virginia
6. 02-18 All-Star Game: Team LeBron beat Team Steph 148-145 Los Angeles
H. 02-04 Eagles Are Super Bowl Champions
I. 01-24 Larry Nassar: MSU president resigns East Lansing, Michigan, U. S. Midwest
J. 01-22 Super Bowl LII is set with Patriots, Eagles Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA, Boston

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Justify wins Kentucky Derby on wettest race day   Race favorite Justify, ridden by Mike Smith, won the 144th Kentucky Derby on a sloppy track at Louisville's Churchill Downs on Saturday Canada hockey team crash: 'Entire country in shock' Map of Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada


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Apr. 16  Boston  American woman and Japanese man win Boston Marathon
Apr.7   Western Canada
  Justin Trudeau says 'an entire country is in shock' in the wake of collision between a bus carrying a junior ice hockey team and a semi-trailer
Apr.2   Texas Villanova Makes Statement With Program's Third National Title

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Mar.16  Virginia  No. 16 UMBC Shocks No. 1 Virginia With Greatest Upset

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Feb.18  Los Angeles  All-Star Game: Team LeBron beat Team Steph 148-145 Feb.4   Minnesota Eagles Are Super Bowl Champions
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  Eagles 41, Patriots 33


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Jan.24  U. S. Midwest  Larry Nassar: MSU president resigns Jan.22  Boston  Super Bowl LII is set with Patriots, Eagles Jan.15  USA  Simone Biles Reveals Former Gymnastics Doctor Sexually Abused Her Jan.8  Alabama  Tagovailoa Lifts Alabama Past Georgia to Win National Championship

year 2017 Top ^

Nov.7  Florida  Roy Halladay died after his plane crashed Nov.6  Manhattan  American woman wins NYC Marathon for 1st time in 40 years Nov.1   Los Angeles Houston Astros win World Series for first time
Map of Dodger Stadium Los Angeles California USA  The Houston Astros are champions for the first time in franchise history, defeating the Dodgers 5-1 in Game 7 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles Oct.31  Los Angeles  Dodgers force Game 7 with 3-1 win against Astros Oct.25  Los Angeles  Dodgers down Astros 3-1 in World Series Game 1 Oct.22  Texas  Hamilton wins United States GP, edges closer to 4th world title  Houston  Astros Blank Yankees in Game 7 Sep.24  USA  Trump NFL row: Defiance after US president urges boycott Sep.13  Ohio  Indians Win AL-Record 21st Straight Game Sep.11   New York Rafael Nadal rolls to win third US Open Aug.26   Nevada   Mayweather stops McGregor in 10th round in Las Vegas
Map of T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas NV Nevada  Floyd Mayweather extended his perfect career record to 50 fights unbeaten by stopping Conor McGregor in one of the richest fights in history Jun.12   San Francisco Bay Area Warriors Complete Revenge Tour With NBA Finals Win   The Golden State Warriors are clinching their second championship in 3 years on the back of Kevin Durant in a 129–120 win over the Cavaliers  Tennessee  Penguins over Predators to back-to-back Stanley Cups May.29  Florida  Tiger Woods held on drink-driving charge in Florida Feb.5   Houston Patriots rally from 25 down, stun Falcons in OT to win Super Bowl LI
Map of NRG Stadium Houston TX USA  Tom Brady’s season ended, in dramatic fashion, with his fifth championship after the Patriots overcame the largest deficit in Super Bowl history

year 2016 Top ^

Nov.2   Ohio Chicago Cubs win baseball World Series after 108 dry years
Map of Progressive Field Cleveland Ohio Ohio  The Chicago Cubs have won Major League Baseball's World Series over Cleveland, ending the longest title drought in the gam Sep.11  New York  Stan Wawrinka upsets Novak Djokovic for men's title Jun.26   New Jersey   Chile wins Copa America over Argentina on PKs   Chile won the Copa América Centenario in a 4-2 penalty shootout after a 0-0 tie on Sunday; cruel deja vu for Messi, Argentina Jun.19  San Francisco Bay Area  LeBron, Cavs pull off the unthinkable by dethroning Warriors for NBA title Jun.12  San Francisco Bay Area  Penguins clinch Stanley Cup with Game 6 win over Sharks Jun.4   Arizona Boxing legend Muhammad Ali dies at 74 Map of Scottsdale Arizona Arizona
  The former world heavyweight champion died late on Friday at a hospital in the city of Phoenix, Arizona, having been admitted on Thursday.    Crowned 'Sportsman of the Ce...
May.29   North Mexico Olympiakos footballer Alan Pulido kidnapped in Mexico   Mexican footballer Alan Pulido has been kidnapped in the northern border state of Tamaulipas near his home, officials say Mar.7   Los Angeles   Maria Sharapova failed drugs test at Australian Open   Former world number Sharapova, 28, tested positive for meldonium, a substance she has been taking since 2006 for health issues. Feb.7   San Francisco Bay Area Broncos beat Panthers for first Super Bowl title since 1998   Denver was led by its defense, which recorded 7 sacks, forced 3 fumbles and intercepted Cam Newton once

year 2015 Top ^

Nov.1   New York Royals win World Series, rally late, rout Mets in 12th   The Kansas City Royals won their first World Series crown since 1985, when Eric Hosmer scrambled home to beat New York 7-2 in Game 5 Sep.13  New York  Novak Djokovic beats Roger Federer for 10th major Jun.16  Ohio  Stephen Curry, Warriors beat LeBron, Cavs for NBA title Jun.6  New York  American Pharoah secures first US Triple Crown in 37 years Jun.2  FBI  Fifa's Sepp Blatter 'under investigation in US' May.11  Boston  Tom Brady suspended 4 games in wake of Deflategate May.2   Nevada Floyd Mayweather beats Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas
Apr.6  Indiana  Duke claims fifth NCAA men's basketball crown Feb.1   Arizona Patriots beat the Seahawks in dramatic Super Bowl finale   The New England Patriots overcame the 'deflate-gate' row to beat the Seattle Seahawks 28-24

year 2014 Top ^

Oct.29   Missouri Bumgarner's performance leads Giants to third title in five years
Apr.27   Los Angeles NBA probes racist remarks claim
  The US National Basketball Association (NBA) is investigating a report alleging that the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers Donald Sterling made racist remarks
Apr.21   Boston Boston marathon honours bomb victims
Feb.2   New Jersey Seahawks win Super Bowl over Broncos

year 2013 Top ^

Oct.30   Boston Red Sox clinch World Series championship
Apr.15   Boston Deadly blasts hit Boston Marathon Map of Boylston Street Boston USA
  At least three people have been killed and more than 100 injured, some seriously, in two explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon
 Bloodied runners and spectators being treated at the scene and the road strewn with debris. President Barack Obama said 'we will find out who did this' and that those responsible would feel the 'full weight of justice'
Feb.3   New Orleans Ravens win Super Bowl over 49ers, 34-29 Jan.17   USA   Armstrong says sorry for doping
  The 41-year-old Lance Armstrong has admitted using performance-enhancing drugs during all seven of his Tour de France wins

year 2012 Top ^

Oct.28   Detroit Giants sweep Tigers for World Series title
Sep.10   New York Murray wins historic first major Aug.24   USA USADA strips Lance of Tour titles   The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency wiped out 14 years of Armstrong's career and barred him for life from the sport after concluding he used banned... Jul.23   Pennsylvania Penn State fined $60m over abuse Jun.22   Pennsylvania Jerry Sandusky guilty of child sex abuse   Former college football coach has been found guilty of 45 out of 48 counts. Sandusky, 68, denied 48 counts of abusing 10 boys over 15 years Feb.5   Indiana New York Giants win Super Bowl

year 2011 Top ^

Nov.9   Pennsylvania Penn State coach Joe Paterno fired
Oct.28   Missouri Cardinals clinch World Series win Oct.16   Nevada Indy 500 Champ Dies Feb.6   Texas Packers win Super Bowl

year 2010 Top ^

Nov.1   Texas Giants win World Series over Rangers
Feb.19   Florida Tiger Woods makes apology for infidelity Feb.7   Miami Saints upset Colts in Super Bowl

year 2009 Top ^

Dec.11   USA   Tiger Woods to take leave from golf  In a statement on his website, Tiger Woods is taking an indefinite break from professional golf to tackle problems in his private life Nov.28   Florida Tiger Woods to face police over crash
Nov.4   Manhattan Yankees win World Series Feb.1   Florida Pittsburgh won 6th Super Bowl

year 2008 Top ^

Oct.29   Philadelphia Phillies win the World Series
Sep.8  New York  Federer beats Murray for 5th U.S. Open Apr.9  San Francisco Bay Area  Route changes mark Olympic torch relay Feb.12  Southern California  Spielberg boycotts Olympic role Feb.3  Arizona  Giants win Super Bowl over Patriots

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.13   Washington Baseball 'rife' with drug use   Dozens of players have been linked to taking performance-enhancing substances in a report on Major League Baseball that alleges a drug cultu... Oct.28  Colorado  Red Sox sweep to World Series title Sep.16   Nevada OJ Simpson arrested over break-in
Sep.9  New York  Federer wins 4th U.S. Open title Jun.14  Ohio  Spurs finish off Cavs Feb.4  Florida  Super Bowl: Colts beat Bears 29-17

year 2006 Top ^

Oct.27  U. S. Midwest  Cardinals beat Tigers for 10th title Jun.20  Dallas  Miami Heat wins NBA finals 4-2 Feb.5  Detroit  Steelers win Super Bowl over Seahawks

year 2005 Top ^

Oct.26  Texas  White Sox win Series over Astros Feb.16  New York  NHL cancel season Feb.6  Florida  Patriots win Super Bowl over Eagles

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.27   U. S. Midwest Boston won World Series title over St Louis
Feb.1  Texas  Patriots take Super Bowl

year 2003 Top ^

Oct.26  New York  Marlins win second title in 7 years Jun.15  Texas  Spurs clinch NBA title over Nets Jan.26  California  Bucs rout Raiders 48-21 for Super Bowl

year 2002 Top ^

Oct.27  Southern California  Angels win World Series over Giants Jun.12  New Jersey  Lakers earn NBA title over Nets Feb.15   Utah Correction gold medal; judge suspended
Feb.8   Utah Winter Olympics opened  The 19th Winter Olympics opened with a parade of the American flag recovered from the World Trade Centre Feb.3  Missouri  Patriots stun Rams, win Super Bowl

year 2001 Top ^

Nov.4  Arizona  Arizona won World Series over NY Jun.15  Philadelphia  NBA Final: Lakers roll past Sixers Apr.8  US Georgia  Tiger owner of all majors Feb.18  Florida  Earnhardt dies after last-lap crash Jan.28  Florida  Ravens won Super Bowl

year 2000 Top ^

Oct.27   New York Yankees win 3rd World Series over Mets
Jun.7  Los Angeles  Los Angeles win series 4-2 over Pacers Jan.31  Missouri  St. Louis wins Super Bowl over Tennessee


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Jan.22  Boston  Super Bowl LII is set with Patriots, Eagles Jan.8  Alabama  Tagovailoa Lifts Alabama Past Georgia to Win National Championship 2017 Sep.24  USA  Trump NFL row: Defiance after US president urges boycott Feb.5   Houston Patriots rally from 25 down, stun Falcons in OT to win Super Bowl LI
Map of NRG Stadium Houston TX USA  Tom Brady’s season ended, in dramatic fashion, with his fifth championship after the Patriots overcame the largest deficit in Super Bowl history 2016 Feb.7   San Francisco Bay Area Broncos beat Panthers for first Super Bowl title since 1998   Denver was led by its defense, which recorded 7 sacks, forced 3 fumbles and intercepted Cam Newton once 2015 May.11  Boston  Tom Brady suspended 4 games in wake of Deflategate Feb.1   Arizona Patriots beat the Seahawks in dramatic Super Bowl finale   The New England Patriots overcame the 'deflate-gate' row to beat the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 2014 Feb.2   New Jersey Seahawks win Super Bowl over Broncos 2013 Feb.3   New Orleans Ravens win Super Bowl over 49ers, 34-29 2012 Jul.23   Pennsylvania Penn State fined $60m over abuse Feb.5   Indiana New York Giants win Super Bowl 2011 Nov.9   Pennsylvania Penn State coach Joe Paterno fired Feb.6   Texas Packers win Super Bowl 2010 Feb.7   Miami Saints upset Colts in Super Bowl 2009 Feb.1   Florida Pittsburgh won 6th Super Bowl 2008 Feb.3  Arizona  Giants win Super Bowl over Patriots 2007 Sep.16   Nevada OJ Simpson arrested over break-in Feb.4  Florida  Super Bowl: Colts beat Bears 29-17 2006 Feb.5  Detroit  Steelers win Super Bowl over Seahawks 2005 Feb.6  Florida  Patriots win Super Bowl over Eagles 2004 Feb.1  Texas  Patriots take Super Bowl 2003 Jan.26  California  Bucs rout Raiders 48-21 for Super Bowl 2002 Feb.3  Missouri  Patriots stun Rams, win Super Bowl 2001 Jan.28  Florida  Ravens won Super Bowl 2000 Jan.31  Missouri  St. Louis wins Super Bowl over Tennessee



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2018 Apr. 16  Boston  American woman and Japanese man win Boston Marathon 2017 Nov.6  Manhattan  American woman wins NYC Marathon for 1st time in 40 years 2014 Apr.21   Boston Boston marathon honours bomb victims
2013 Apr.15   Boston Deadly blasts hit Boston Marathon
Map of Boylston Street Boston USA
  At least three people have been killed and more than 100 injured, some seriously, in two explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon
 Bloodied runners and spectators being treated at the scene and the road strewn with debris. President Barack Obama said 'we will find out who did this' and that those responsible would feel the 'full weight of justice'




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2017 Nov.7  Florida  Roy Halladay died after his plane crashed Nov.1   Los Angeles Houston Astros win World Series for first time
Map of Dodger Stadium Los Angeles California USA  The Houston Astros are champions for the first time in franchise history, defeating the Dodgers 5-1 in Game 7 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles Oct.31  Los Angeles  Dodgers force Game 7 with 3-1 win against Astros Oct.25  Los Angeles  Dodgers down Astros 3-1 in World Series Game 1 Oct.22  Houston  Astros Blank Yankees in Game 7 Sep.13  Ohio  Indians Win AL-Record 21st Straight Game 2016 Nov.2   Ohio Chicago Cubs win baseball World Series after 108 dry years Map of Progressive Field Cleveland Ohio Ohio  The Chicago Cubs have won Major League Baseball's World Series over Cleveland, ending the longest title drought in the gam 2015 Nov.1   New York Royals win World Series, rally late, rout Mets in 12th   The Kansas City Royals won their first World Series crown since 1985, when Eric Hosmer scrambled home to beat New York 7-2 in Game 5 2014 Oct.29   Missouri Bumgarner's performance leads Giants to third title in five years 2013 Oct.30   Boston Red Sox clinch World Series championship 2012 Oct.28   Detroit Giants sweep Tigers for World Series title 2011 Oct.28   Missouri Cardinals clinch World Series win 2010 Nov.1   Texas Giants win World Series over Rangers 2009 Nov.4   Manhattan Yankees win World Series 2008 Oct.29   Philadelphia Phillies win the World Series 2007 Oct.28  Colorado  Red Sox sweep to World Series title 2006 Oct.27  U. S. Midwest  Cardinals beat Tigers for 10th title 2005 Oct.26  Texas  White Sox win Series over Astros 2004 Oct.27   U. S. Midwest Boston won World Series title over St Louis 2003 Oct.26  New York  Marlins win second title in 7 years 2002 Oct.27  Southern California  Angels win World Series over Giants 2001 Nov.4  Arizona  Arizona won World Series over NY 2000 Oct.27   New York Yankees win 3rd World Series over Mets



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2016 Jun.26   New Jersey   Chile wins Copa America over Argentina on PKs   Chile won the Copa América Centenario in a 4-2 penalty shootout after a 0-0 tie on Sunday; cruel deja vu for Messi, Argentina May.29   North Mexico Olympiakos footballer Alan Pulido kidnapped in Mexico   Mexican footballer Alan Pulido has been kidnapped in the northern border state of Tamaulipas near his home, officials say 2015 Jun.2  FBI  Fifa's Sepp Blatter 'under investigation in US'



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2018 Apr.2   Texas Villanova Makes Statement With Program's Third National Title
Mar.16  Virginia  No. 16 UMBC Shocks No. 1 Virginia With Greatest Upset Feb.18  Los Angeles  All-Star Game: Team LeBron beat Team Steph 148-145 2017 Jun.12   San Francisco Bay Area Warriors Complete Revenge Tour With NBA Finals Win   The Golden State Warriors are clinching their second championship in 3 years on the back of Kevin Durant in a 129–120 win over the Cavaliers 2016 Jun.19  San Francisco Bay Area  LeBron, Cavs pull off the unthinkable by dethroning Warriors for NBA title 2015 Jun.16  Ohio  Stephen Curry, Warriors beat LeBron, Cavs for NBA title Apr.6  Indiana  Duke claims fifth NCAA men's basketball crown 2014 Apr.27   Los Angeles NBA probes racist remarks claim
  The US National Basketball Association (NBA) is investigating a report alleging that the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers Donald Sterling made racist remarks
2007 Jun.14  Ohio  Spurs finish off Cavs 2006 Jun.20  Dallas  Miami Heat wins NBA finals 4-2 2003 Jun.15  Texas  Spurs clinch NBA title over Nets 2002 Jun.12  New Jersey  Lakers earn NBA title over Nets 2001 Jun.15  Philadelphia  NBA Final: Lakers roll past Sixers 2000 Jun.7  Los Angeles  Los Angeles win series 4-2 over Pacers



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2017 May.29  Florida  Tiger Woods held on drink-driving charge in Florida 2010 Feb.19   Florida Tiger Woods makes apology for infidelity
2009 Dec.11   USA   Tiger Woods to take leave from golf  In a statement on his website, Tiger Woods is taking an indefinite break from professional golf to tackle problems in his private life Nov.28   Florida Tiger Woods to face police over crash 2001 Apr.8  US Georgia  Tiger owner of all majors



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2017 Oct.22  Texas  Hamilton wins United States GP, edges closer to 4th world title 2011 Oct.16   Nevada Indy 500 Champ Dies




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2013 Jan.17   USA   Armstrong says sorry for doping  The 41-year-old Lance Armstrong has admitted using performance-enhancing drugs during all seven of his Tour de France wins 2012 Aug.24   USA USADA strips Lance of Tour titles   The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency wiped out 14 years of Armstrong's career and barred him for life from the sport after concluding he used banned... 2007 Dec.13   Washington Baseball 'rife' with drug use   Dozens of players have been linked to taking performance-enhancing substances in a report on Major League Baseball that alleges a drug cultu...



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2018 Apr.7   Western Canada Canada hockey team crash: 'Entire country in shock'
Map of Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada
  Justin Trudeau says 'an entire country is in shock' in the wake of collision between a bus carrying a junior ice hockey team and a semi-trailer
2017 Jun.12  Tennessee  Penguins over Predators to back-to-back Stanley Cups 2016 Jun.12  San Francisco Bay Area  Penguins clinch Stanley Cup with Game 6 win over Sharks 2005 Feb.16  New York  NHL cancel season



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2015 Jun.6  New York  American Pharoah secures first US Triple Crown in 37 years



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2012 Jun.22   Pennsylvania Jerry Sandusky guilty of child sex abuse   Former college football coach has been found guilty of 45 out of 48 counts. Sandusky, 68, denied 48 counts of abusing 10 boys over 15 years



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2017 Sep.11   New York Rafael Nadal rolls to win third US Open
2016 Sep.11  New York  Stan Wawrinka upsets Novak Djokovic for men's title Mar.7   Los Angeles   Maria Sharapova failed drugs test at Australian Open   Former world number Sharapova, 28, tested positive for meldonium, a substance she has been taking since 2006 for health issues. 2015 Sep.13  New York  Novak Djokovic beats Roger Federer for 10th major 2012 Sep.10   New York Murray wins historic first major 2008 Sep.8  New York  Federer beats Murray for 5th U.S. Open 2007 Sep.9  New York  Federer wins 4th U.S. Open title



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2001 Feb.18  Florida  Earnhardt dies after last-lap crash



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2008 Apr.9  San Francisco Bay Area  Route changes mark Olympic torch relay Feb.12  Southern California  Spielberg boycotts Olympic role 2002 Feb.15   Utah Correction gold medal; judge suspended
Feb.8   Utah Winter Olympics opened  The 19th Winter Olympics opened with a parade of the American flag recovered from the World Trade Centre



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2017 Aug.26   Nevada   Mayweather stops McGregor in 10th round in Las Vegas Map of T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas NV Nevada  Floyd Mayweather extended his perfect career record to 50 fights unbeaten by stopping Conor McGregor in one of the richest fights in history 2016 Jun.4   Arizona Boxing legend Muhammad Ali dies at 74 Map of Scottsdale Arizona Arizona
  The former world heavyweight champion died late on Friday at a hospital in the city of Phoenix, Arizona, having been admitted on Thursday.    Crowned 'Sportsman of the Ce...
2015 May.2   Nevada Floyd Mayweather beats Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas