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Lucozade in orange film wrapping. Strictly only allowed if you were genuinely ill.

My mum always made us drink this is we had a day off sick from school. Lucozade in orange film wrapping. Strictly only allowed if you were genuinely ill.

Today In Sports History: March 11th, 1961- NHL record of 40 penalties in 1 game. Black Hawks vs Maple Leafs. 20 each. #Sports #History #Toronto #Chicago

Today In Sports History: March NHL record of 40 penalties in 1 game.

Adam Petty...the most cantagious smile I've ever seen. The Victory Junction Gang camp for Special Needs kids was his brainchild!

Adam Petty the son of Kyle Petty grandson of Richard Petty, the reason for Victory Junction Gang Camp.

Deaths Today In Sports History: 1996 - Tim Gullikson, tennis coach and player, the effervescent tennis coach who helped transform Pete Sampras from an introverted prodigy to a genuine candidate to become the greatest champion to play the sport, died at 44. Inoperable brain cancer had been diagnosed in Gullikson in January 1995. His family said he died at home in Wheaton, Ill.  keepinitrealsports.tumblr.com  keepinitrealsports.wordpress.com

Deaths Today In Sports History: 1996 - Tim Gullikson, tennis coach and player, the effervescent tennis coach who helped transform Pete Sampras from an introverted prodigy to a genuine candidate to become the greatest champion to play the sport, died at 44. Inoperable brain cancer had been diagnosed in Gullikson in January 1995. His family said he died at home in Wheaton, Ill. keepinitrealsports.tumblr.com keepinitrealsports.wordpress.com

Today In Sports History: July 22nd, 1923- Walter Johnson becomes 1st to strikeout 3,000. (En route to 3,508) ‪#‎Strikeout‬ ‪#‎Baseball

May 1918 In a game that takes only 2 hours and 47 minutes to play, Senators’ legend Walter Johnson goes the distance in an contest, defeating Larry Williams, who also tosses a complete.

The day Alex Rodriguez signed with the Rangers | Dallas Morning News for 10 years, $252 million

Today in Sports History: April 2003 - Alex Rodriguez (Texas Rangers) became the youngest player to hit 300 homeruns. He beat Jimmie Foxx's record by 79 days.

Sports Philosopher: Today in Sports History

Lenda do boxe, Muhammad Ali morre aos 74 anos

Deaths Today In Sports History: 1995 - Noel Brotherston was an international footballer for Northern Ireland. A winger, he played in the Football League for Tottenham, Blackburn Rovers, Bury, and Scarborough, and won 27 international caps for Northern Ireland, scoring 3 goals. Noel played in a famous 1-0 win for Northern Ireland over Israel that allowed the team to qualify for the World Cup finals for the first time in 24 years. He also scored the winning goal against Wales in 1980 to give…

Deaths Today In Sports History: 1995 - Noel Brotherston was an international footballer for Northern Ireland. A winger, he played in the Football League for Tottenham, Blackburn Rovers, Bury, and Scarborough, and won 27 international caps for Northern Ireland, scoring 3 goals. Noel played in a famous 1-0 win for Northern Ireland over Israel that allowed the team to qualify for the World Cup finals for the first time in 24 years. He also scored the winning goal against Wales in 1980 to give…

Today in Sports History: June 19th, 1973- Gordie Howe left the NHL to join the World Hockey Association. #NHL #WHA

WHA - World Hockey Association, a professional ice hockey major league that operated in North America from 1972 to It was the first major league to compete with the National Hockey League (NHL) since the collapse of the Western Hockey League

Deaths Today In Sports History: 1976 - Lorenzo Bandini was an Italian motor racing driver who raced in Formula One for the Scuderia Centro Sud and Ferrari teams. Bandini was racing at the Monaco Grand Prix, running second to Denny Hulme on the 82nd lap, when he lost control of his car at the harbour chicane and got into ver bad accident. Three days later, Bandini succumbed to his injuries. He died at Princess Grace Polyclinic Hospital in Monte Carlo.

Deaths Today In Sports History: 1976 - Lorenzo Bandini was an Italian motor racing driver who raced in Formula One for the Scuderia Centro Sud and Ferrari teams. Bandini was racing at the Monaco Grand Prix, running second to Denny Hulme on the 82nd lap, when he lost control of his car at the harbour chicane and got into ver bad accident. Three days later, Bandini succumbed to his injuries. He died at Princess Grace Polyclinic Hospital in Monte Carlo.

Julius Erving | Top NBA Wallpapers: Julius Erving Wallpapers

Today in Sports History: Feb Julius Erving (Philadelphia became the on the NBA's all-time scoring list.

Bobby Hull - Chicago Blackhawks

Today In Sports History: 1970 - Bobby Hull (Chicago Blackhawks) scored his career point.

Deaths Today In Sports History: 2008 - François Sterchele was a Belgian footballer who played for Club Brugge. The striker was the top scorer of the Jupiler League in 2006-07. Sterchele died in a single-person car accident.  keepinitrealsports.tumblr.com  keepinitrealsports.wordpress.com

François Sterchele was a Belgian footballer who played for Club Brugge. The striker was the top scorer of the Jupiler League in Sterchele died in a single-person car accident.

Today in Sports History: March 6th, 1973- Larry Hisle (Minnesota Twins) became Baseball's first designated hitter. The spring-training exhibition game was against the Pittsburgh Pirates. #Baseball #Twins #HomeRun

Today in Sports History: March Larry Hisle (Minnesota Twins) became Baseball's first designated hitter. The spring-training exhibition game was against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Deaths Today In Sports History: 2005 - Otilino Tenorio  was an Ecuadorian footballer. Tenorio died due to an automobile accident suffered when he was travelling to Quevedo, to visit his family.  keepinitrealsports.tumblr.com  keepinitrealsports.wordpress.com

Deaths Today In Sports History: 2005 - Otilino Tenorio was an Ecuadorian footballer. Tenorio died due to an automobile accident suffered when he was travelling to Quevedo, to visit his family.

sportingnewsarchive: “ TODAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: Sept. 19, 1969 — Chicago Cubs first baseman Ernie Banks connects with the ball for his 2,500th base hit of his major league career. The blow came off the pitching of St. Louis Cardinals Bob Gibson in...

sportingnewsarchive: “ TODAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: Sept. 1969 — Chicago Cubs first baseman Ernie Banks connects with the ball for his base hit of his major league career. The blow came off the pitching of St. Louis Cardinals Bob Gibson in.

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