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14 GREAT MOMENTS IN SPORTS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD

    There are crucial moments in sports history that shape not only the direction of sporting events, but also the trajectory of human history. People gained confidence in themselves and hope for a better future as a result of such events. Let’s see the some awesome MOMENTS IN SPORTS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD.


    1. When Winning Over White men in Rugby Match

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    Even after apartheid was abolished in 1994, the policy of racial segregation in South Africa had a significant impact on the country’s political and social infrastructure.

    Let’s take a look at some of the MOMENTS THAT CHANGED THE SPORTS WORLD. In the Rugby World Cup, South Africa’s Springbox Rugby Team defeated New Zealand’s All Blacks.

    It was a watershed moment in the history of racial conflict resolution. President Nelson Mandela of South Africa, who has long advocated for the country’s black citizens, even shook hands with Springbox captain François Pienaar.


    2. wheelchair athletes – Ludwig Guttmann

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    British physician Ludwig Guttmann organized the International Wheelchair Sports Games to help rehabilitate World War II veterans. He invited wheelchair athletes to compete in the Paralympic Games.


    3. When Hitler’s Racisms Defeated

    14 GREAT MOMENTS THAT CHANGED THE SPORTS WORLD !!

    Another memorable incident from one of the biggest moments in sports history is Hitler’s confirmation of the Aryan race’s superiority at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.

    However, American black athlete Jesse Owens thwarted the Nazi leader’s objectives by becoming a four-time Olympic champion, winning races in the 100 and 200 meters, a four-by-100-meter relay (which set a world record), and the long jump.

    During the presentation of the long jump medals, the famous photo of Owens saluting was taken. This photograph captures one of the most pivotal events in sports history. When Jesse Owens returned to the United States, President Franklin D. Roosevelt was the only person who did not applaud the athlete who had enraged Hitler.


    4. Initiative for Human Rights

    14 GREAT MOMENTS THAT CHANGED THE SPORTS WORLD !!

    Another historic and significant event that impacted the sports world occurred in Mexico City in 1968 during the Olympic Games. Tommy Smith and John Carlos lifted their fists in celebration after winning first and third place medals, respectively.

    This act was replicated during the United States’ national anthem, with insignia of the Olympic initiative for human rights visible on the athletes’ chests.


    5. A Touching Farewell

    The famous American baseball player Lou Gehrig was forced to retire from sports at the age of 36 due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

    The famous American baseball player Lou Gehrig was forced to retire from sports at the age of 36 due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

    A touching farewell ceremony was held for the athletes. By the way, in the USA and Canada, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is known exactly as “Lou Gehrig’s disease”.


    6. When True Wishes Won Upon Cancer

    Famous American cyclist Lance Armstrong has been diagnosed with cancer, and the prognosis has been disappointing since the disease was discovered in the final stages.

    Famous American cyclist Lance Armstrong has been diagnosed with cancer, and the prognosis has been disappointing since the disease was discovered in the final stages.

    Armstrong beat the disease and finished first overall in the Tour de France 7 times. His example inspired many to fight cancer to the end, not giving up and continuing to pursue their dreams. surely this is in our list of great moments that changed the sports world.


    7. Sports Without Legs

    Bobby Martin

    The unique athlete Bobby Martin was born practically without legs. However, this did not prevent him from participating in American football at school and playing for the local team at the university.


    8. Women in Sports

    Until the Paris Olympics in 1900, women were not allowed to compete. This year, female athletes have been announced in the disciplines of grass tennis and golf. And the London 2012 Olympics marked the premiere of women’s boxing.

    Until the Paris Olympics in 1900, women were not allowed to compete. This year, female athletes have been announced in the disciplines of grass tennis and golf. And the London 2012 Olympics marked the premiere of women’s boxing.


    9. Protest of Vietnam War

    Mohammed Ali

    In 1965, Cassius Clay won the heavyweight title. The next day, he announced that he was a member of the nation of Islam and changed his name to Mohammed Ali. Due to the fact that the famous boxer Mohammed Ali not only refused to serve, but also actively against the Vietnam War, the athlete was deprived of his title of champion, a license to participate in fights and a passport, without which he could not leave the country.


    10. First Black League Player in American History

    Jackie Robinson

    In April 1947, baseball player Jackie Robinson signed with the Brooklyn Dodgers to become the first black Major League player in American history.

    Despite receiving death threats and constant discrimination from other players, Robinson became an excellent sports career due to his talent and diligence.


    11. When Kings got $ 100,00

    female tennis star Billie Jean King

    On September 20, 1973, female tennis star Billie Jean King played in a match against former world racket Bobby Riggs, who suddenly unflatteringly talked about the level of women’s tennis and believed she could beat any woman on the court. The king defeated Riggs and received $ 100,000.


    12. When Drug Found in Sport

    Jamaican-born Canadian athlete Ben Johnson

    Jamaican-born Canadian athlete Ben Johnson set a world record in the last race of the 1988 Seoul Olympics. However, three days later, the athlete was caught using steroids and his titles were revoked.

    Johnson was allowed to compete in the Barcelona Olympics years later, but was again disqualified for using illegal drugs. In 1993, the athlete was disqualified from sport for life.


    13. Tiger Woods

    Tiger Woods won the Masters Tournament

    The National Golf Club in the American city of Augusta did not accept black players until 1975. In 1997, 21-year-old Tiger Woods won the Masters Tournament at the golf club.


    14. Sportsmen Sprit

    USC American footballer Reggie Bush

    USC American footballer Reggie Bush has helped the University of Southern California win many matches. In 2005, he was awarded the Heisman Trophy for the season, but it soon became apparent that the athlete himself and his family had received generous donations from sports agent Lloyd Lake. The university did not receive several victories in the 2004 season. 


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