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B. 02-07 Sochi 2014: Winter Olympics opens with glittering ceremony Fisht Stadium, Sochi
C. 04-17 12 dead in Everest avalanche Everest, Nepal
D. 04-27 NBA probes racist remarks claim Los Angeles
07-08 Brazil humiliated by rampant Germany Belo Horizonte, Brazil
5. 07-09 Argentina defeats Netherlands to reach final Arena de Săo Paulo, Sao Paulo
6. 07-13 Germany wins World Cup over Argentina Maracana, Rio de Janeiro

Olympics closing ceremony is trip through Russian culture 12 dead in Everest avalanche Map of Everest Nepal
  Rodman sings Happy Birthday to Kim   US basketball star Dennis Rodman has sung Happy Birthday to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in front of a crowd of thousands in the capital Seahawks win Super Bowl over Broncos Sochi 2014: Winter Olympics opens with glittering ceremony Map of Fisht Stadium Russia


January 2014 ... more > Top ^
Jan.5  Portugal  Portugal football legend Eusebio dies
Jan.6  Switzerland  Merkel fractures pelvis in ski fall
Jan.8   North Korea
Jan.9  North Korea  Rodman sorry over N Korea detainee
Jan.13  Madrid  Ronaldo beats Messi to Ballon d'Or
Jan.26  Melbourne  Wawrinka wins first Grand Slam


February 2014 ... more > Top ^
Feb.2   New Jersey
Feb.7   Sochi
  Athletes from 87 nations paraded before 40,000 people in the Fisht Stadium before president Vladimir Putin declared the Games open
 The Olympic flame was lit by Russian former triple gold medallists Vladislav Tretiak and Irina Rodnina as fireworks illuminated the sky. At a cost of $50bn, the Games is the most expensive Olympics in history even though Olympic ring doesn't open at the ceremony
Feb.23  Sochi  Canada beat Sweden 3-0 to win Olympic ice hockey gold
  Sochi


April 2014 ... more > Top ^
Apr.7  South Africa  Emotional Oscar Pistorius apologises
Apr.17   Nepal
  Six people are reported to have been killed after an early-morning avalanche on the slopes of Mount Everest
Apr.21   Boston Boston marathon honours bomb victims 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.29  Munich  Real Madrid crushes Bayern Munich to make final

May 2014 ... more > Top ^
May.24   Portugal Real Madrid win Champions League
May.31   Qatar Qatar World Cup: '$5m payments to officials' claim

June 2014 ... more > Top ^
Jun.8   Paris Rafael Nadal clinches record ninth French Open title
Jun.10   Sao Paulo Blatter still has burning desire to be FIFA's president Jun.12  Sao Paulo  Brazil up 3-1 over Croatia in World Cup debut Jun.13  Northeastern Brazil  Netherlands put five past champions Spain Jun.15  Texas  Spurs get ultimate revenge by mauling Heat in Finals Jun.16  Southern France  Michael Schumacher 'out of coma' Jun.18   Rio de Janeiro Spain knocked out of World Cup by Chile Jun.24   Northeastern Brazil   Luis Suarez embroiled in new 'biting' storm   Already banned twice in his career for biting an opponent, the Uruguay striker was seemingly at it again in his country's key World Cup victory... Jun.26  Uruguay  Uruguay striker Luis Suarez banned for four months Jun.28  Brazil  Brazil edge past Chile in shootout  Rio de Janeiro  Rodriguez stars in Colombia win over Uruguay Jun.29  Northeastern Brazil  Netherlands win over Mexico  Northeastern Brazil  Costa Rica go through on penalties over Greece Jun.30  Brazil  Germany survive scare against Algeria to reach quarterfinals

July 2014 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1  Northeastern Brazil  USA's World Cup run ends with dramatic loss to Belgium  Sao Paulo  Di Maria sends Argentina by Swiss, to quarters Jul.3   Brazil Brazil overpass, World Cup project, collapses
Jul.4   Rio de Janeiro Germany through to semi-finals over France   Northeastern Brazil Brazil beats Colombia 2-1 to reach semifinals Jul.5   Brazil Argentina reach semi-finals over Belgium  Northeastern Brazil  Netherlands go through on penalties over Costa Rica Jul.6  London  Djokovic claims Wimbledon title over Federer Jul.8   Brazil   Brazil humiliated by rampant Germany Map of Belo Horizonte Brazil
  Brazil suffer one of the most humiliating World Cup defeats as Germany score five first-half goals in reaching the final, 1-7
 Germany were 5-0 up inside 29 remarkable minutes in front of a disbelieving Estadio Mineirao crowd
Jul.9   Sao Paulo     Argentina defeats Netherlands to reach final Map of Arena de S%E3o Paulo Brazil
  Never before had a World Cup semifinal finished scoreless after 120 minutes. Sergio Romero save two penalties in the shootout
Jul.12  Brazil  Netherlands defeats Brazil in third place playoff Jul.13   Rio de Janeiro     Germany wins World Cup over Argentina Map of Maracana Brazil
  Germany won the match 1-0 after extra time, with a goal from Mario Götze. The result marked Germany's fourth World Cup title and their first since reunification
 Germany's victory meant that three consecutive World Cups have been won by teams from the same continent, following Italy and Spain in 2006 and 2010 respectively, the first time this has happened in World Cup history. Italian Nicola Rizzoli was named as the referee of the final. Among these invited leaders was Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, the next World Cup hosts, and Jacob Zuma, the President of South Africa, the previous host. Rousseff delivered the trophy to the champion in the awards ceremony. German President Joachim Gauck and Chancellor Angela Merkel were present for the final
Jul.20  Northern England  British Open: Rory McIlroy triumphs at Hoylake

September 2014 ... more > Top ^
Sep.8  New York  Marin Cilic wins 2014 US Open

October 2014 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3  South Korea  North Koreans make surprise visit to South Oct.26   Johannesburg Football captain Senzo Meyiwa died after being shot
Oct.29   Missouri Bumgarner's performance leads Giants to third title in five years

November 2014 ... more > Top ^
Nov.26   Sydney Australia batsman Phil Hughes dies   Australia Test batsman Phil Hughes has died in hospital, two days after being hit on the head by a ball



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Seahawks win Super Bowl over Broncos Boston marathon honours bomb victims Qatar World Cup: '$5m payments to officials' claim Bumgarner's performance leads Giants to third title in five years Real Madrid win Champions League Qatar World Cup: '$5m payments to officials' claim Blatter still has burning desire to be FIFA's president Spain knocked out of World Cup by Chile   Luis Suarez embroiled in new 'biting' storm   Already banned twice in his career for biting an opponent, the Uruguay striker was seemingly at it again in his country's key World Cup victory... Brazil overpass, World Cup project, collapses Germany through to semi-finals over France Brazil beats Colombia 2-1 to reach semifinals Argentina reach semi-finals over Belgium   Brazil humiliated by rampant Germany Map of Belo Horizonte Brazil




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Feb.2   New Jersey




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Apr.21   Boston




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May.31   Qatar
Oct.29   Missouri




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Jan.5  Portugal  Portugal football legend Eusebio dies
Jan.13  Madrid  Ronaldo beats Messi to Ballon d'Or
Apr.29  Munich  Real Madrid crushes Bayern Munich to make final
May.24   Portugal
May.31   Qatar
Jun.10   Sao Paulo
Jun.12  Sao Paulo  Brazil up 3-1 over Croatia in World Cup debut
Jun.13  Northeastern Brazil  Netherlands put five past champions Spain
Jun.18   Rio de Janeiro
Jun.24   Northeastern Brazil
Jun.26  Uruguay  Uruguay striker Luis Suarez banned for four months
Jun.28  Brazil  Brazil edge past Chile in shootout
Jun.28  Rio de Janeiro  Rodriguez stars in Colombia win over Uruguay
Jun.29  Northeastern Brazil  Netherlands win over Mexico
Jun.29  Northeastern Brazil  Costa Rica go through on penalties over Greece
Jun.30  Brazil  Germany survive scare against Algeria to reach quarterfinals
Jul.1  Northeastern Brazil  USA's World Cup run ends with dramatic loss to Belgium
Jul.1  Sao Paulo  Di Maria sends Argentina by Swiss, to quarters
Jul.3   Brazil
Jul.4   Rio de Janeiro
Jul.4   Northeastern Brazil
Jul.5   Brazil
Jul.5  Northeastern Brazil  Netherlands go through on penalties over Costa Rica
Jul.8   Brazil
  Brazil suffer one of the most humiliating World Cup defeats as Germany score five first-half goals in reaching the final, 1-7
 Germany were 5-0 up inside 29 remarkable minutes in front of a disbelieving Estadio Mineirao crowd
Jul.9   Sao Paulo   Argentina defeats Netherlands to reach final Map of Arena de S%E3o Paulo Brazil
  Never before had a World Cup semifinal finished scoreless after 120 minutes. Sergio Romero save two penalties in the shootout
Jul.12  Brazil  Netherlands defeats Brazil in third place playoff Jul.13   Rio de Janeiro   Germany wins World Cup over Argentina Map of Maracana Brazil
  Germany won the match 1-0 after extra time, with a goal from Mario Götze. The result marked Germany's fourth World Cup title and their first since reunification
 Germany's victory meant that three consecutive World Cups have been won by teams from the same continent, following Italy and Spain in 2006 and 2010 respectively, the first time this has happened in World Cup history. Italian Nicola Rizzoli was named as the referee of the final. Among these invited leaders was Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, the next World Cup hosts, and Jacob Zuma, the President of South Africa, the previous host. Rousseff delivered the trophy to the champion in the awards ceremony. German President Joachim Gauck and Chancellor Angela Merkel were present for the final
Oct.26   Johannesburg Football captain Senzo Meyiwa died after being shot



World, Sports, 2014 Basketball Timeline ... See World Basketball timeline Top ^
2014 Jan.8   North Korea   Rodman sings Happy Birthday to Kim   US basketball star Dennis Rodman has sung Happy Birthday to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in front of a crowd of thousands in the capital Jan.9  North Korea  Rodman sorry over N Korea detainee 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
Jun.15  Texas  Spurs get ultimate revenge by mauling Heat in Finals



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2014 Apr.7  South Africa  Emotional Oscar Pistorius apologises Jul.20  Northern England  British Open: Rory McIlroy triumphs at Hoylake



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2014 Jun.16  Southern France  Michael Schumacher 'out of coma'



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2014 Apr.17   Nepal 12 dead in Everest avalanche
Map of Everest Nepal
  Six people are reported to have been killed after an early-morning avalanche on the slopes of Mount Everest




World, Sports, 2014 Visit Timeline ... See World Visit timeline Top ^
2014 Jan.8   North Korea   Rodman sings Happy Birthday to Kim   US basketball star Dennis Rodman has sung Happy Birthday to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in front of a crowd of thousands in the capital Oct.3  South Korea  North Koreans make surprise visit to South



World, Sports, 2014 Human Rights Timeline ... See World Human Rights timeline Top ^
2014 Jan.9  North Korea  Rodman sorry over N Korea detainee



World, Sports, 2014 Sports Injury Timeline ... See World Sports Injury timeline Top ^
2014 Jan.6  Switzerland  Merkel fractures pelvis in ski fall



World, Sports, 2014 Tennis Timeline ... See World Tennis timeline Top ^
2014 Jan.26  Melbourne  Wawrinka wins first Grand Slam Jun.8   Paris Rafael Nadal clinches record ninth French Open title
Jul.3   Brazil Brazil overpass, World Cup project, collapses Jul.6  London  Djokovic claims Wimbledon title over Federer Sep.8  New York  Marin Cilic wins 2014 US Open



World, Sports, 2014 Political Leaders Timeline ... See World Political Leaders timeline Top ^
2014 Jan.6  Switzerland  Merkel fractures pelvis in ski fall Jun.10   Sao Paulo Blatter still has burning desire to be FIFA's president
Oct.26   Johannesburg Football captain Senzo Meyiwa died after being shot



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2014 Apr.17   Nepal 12 dead in Everest avalanche
Map of Everest Nepal
  Six people are reported to have been killed after an early-morning avalanche on the slopes of Mount Everest




World, Sports, 2014 Race Issues Timeline ... See World Race Issues timeline Top ^
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




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2014 Apr.21   Boston Boston marathon honours bomb victims




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2014 Feb.23   Sochi Olympics closing ceremony is trip through Russian culture




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2014 Nov.26   Sydney Australia batsman Phil Hughes dies   Australia Test batsman Phil Hughes has died in hospital, two days after being hit on the head by a ball



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2014 Feb.7   Sochi Sochi 2014: Winter Olympics opens with glittering ceremony
Map of Fisht Stadium Russia
  Athletes from 87 nations paraded before 40,000 people in the Fisht Stadium before president Vladimir Putin declared the Games open
 The Olympic flame was lit by Russian former triple gold medallists Vladislav Tretiak and Irina Rodnina as fireworks illuminated the sky. At a cost of $50bn, the Games is the most expensive Olympics in history even though Olympic ring doesn't open at the ceremony
Feb.23  Sochi  Canada beat Sweden 3-0 to win Olympic ice hockey gold Feb.23   Sochi Olympics closing ceremony is trip through Russian culture Apr.7  South Africa  Emotional Oscar Pistorius apologises Oct.3  South Korea  North Koreans make surprise visit to South