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In this game, an entry sport to baseball, the batter hits the ball that rests atop a tube T-ball 200 May 5, 2004
(Sofia of the Clue Crew strolls down the lane at the Nat'l Bowling Stadium in Reno, NV--& screws up.) Oops--in bowling, it's the one place you don't wanna throw your ball the gutter 400 May 5, 2004
It's the sport played professionally by Andre Agassi tennis 600 May 5, 2004
What the Europeans call association football, we call this soccer 800 May 5, 2004
In golf it's the proper word to yell when your ball is headed toward another player fore 1000 May 5, 2004
Ben Crenshaw & Phil Mickelson are the only 3-time winners of this college sport's championship tournament golf 200 March 19, 2003
(I'm Hall of Fame running back Tony Dorsett) This man was my coach for my first 11 seasons in the NFL Tom Landry 400 March 19, 2003
In 1994, at age 45, he became heavyweight boxing champ again & was the AP's Male Athlete of the Year George Foreman 600 March 19, 2003
He was director of athletics at NYC's Downtown Athletic Club from 1928 to 1936 John Heisman 800 March 19, 2003
In the 1992-93 season this Pittsburgh Penguin missed 24 games but still won the NHL scoring title Mario Lemieux 1000 March 19, 2003
At the 1924 Olympics he broke the 1-minute barrier in the 100-meter freestyle & he wasn't swinging on vines Johnny Weissmuller 100 November 3, 2000
In 1999 Nestor Chylak was the first of these inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame since Bill McGowan in 1982 Umpire 200 November 3, 2000
In 1994 this Dallas Cowboy scored 22 touchdowns; in 1995 he topped that with 25 Emmitt Smith 300 November 3, 2000
In 1993 Werner Gunther of Switzerland threw one of these 72 feet 1 inch Shot Put 400 November 3, 2000
He was riding Affirmed in 1978 when he became the youngest jockey to win the Triple Crown Steve Cauthen 500 November 3, 2000
On May 22, 1999 this American scored her 108th goal, becoming the all-time leading scorer in int'l soccer Mia Hamm 100 October 10, 2000
This fleet-footed Chicago Bear was named outstanding back in the Pro Bowl 3 times: 1967, 1968 & 1970 Gale Sayers 200 October 10, 2000
[Hi, I'm Kareem Abdul-Jabbar] I won 6 NBA Most Valuable Player Awards during my career: 3 while playing with the Lakers & 3 with this team Milwaukee Bucks 300 October 10, 2000
On Oct. 2, 1968 this Cardinal pitcher struck out 17 Detroit Tigers, a new World Series record Bob Gibson 400 October 10, 2000
The top U.S. male tennis player of the 1970s, he's the only man to win more than 100 singles titles Jimmy Connors 500 October 10, 2000
This Florida-born women's great who retired in 1989 wrote the World Book Encyclopedia article on tennis Chris Evert 100 July 16, 1998
In 1984 this quarterback became the first Boston College player to win the Heisman Trophy Doug Flutie 200 July 16, 1998
Babe Ruth's father once operated a saloon on what is now center field in this Baltimore ballpark Oriole Park at Camden Yards 300 July 16, 1998
In the 1997 Belmont Stakes, Touch Gold dashed this "charmed" horse's Triple Crown bid Silver Charm 400 July 16, 1998
National Hockey League team whose logo is seen here:(knife through a "B") Buffalo Sabres 500 July 16, 1998
The Borg-Warner Trophy, a replica of which is awarded at this May auto race, is insured for $1 million Indianapolis 500 100 June 26, 1998
Tom Landry coached this team to 270 wins during his 29-year career Dallas Cowboys 200 June 26, 1998
Long jump rival Mike Powell reportedly called him "The best track and field athlete ever" Carl Lewis 400 June 26, 1998
A row of purple seats rings this ball park to mark a spot that's exactly 5,280 feet above sea level Coors Field (the home of the Colorado Rockies) 500 June 26, 1998
(Hi, I'm Dot Richardson) I led this school's Bruins in hitting 3 consecutive years & was named NCAA Player of the Decade for the 1980s UCLA June 26, 1998
With 16, this team has won more NBA titles than any other Boston Celtics 100 May 21, 1998
Brothers Phil & Tony Esposito were both named to the hall of fame for this sport Hockey 200 May 21, 1998
"Angel From The Outfield" seen here: (a.k.a. "Mr. October") Reggie Jackson 300 May 21, 1998
The Nabisco Dinah Shore is one of the 4 events making up the Grand Slam of this sport for women Golf 400 May 21, 1998
This NFL quarterback is a great-great-great-grandson of Brigham Young Steve Young 500 May 21, 1998
He hit 110 home runs in 1996 & 1997 -- more than any player in 2 straight seasons except Babe Ruth Mark McGwire 100 April 23, 1998
Buster Douglas' 1990 knockout of this champ has been called the greatest heavyweight title upset Mike Tyson 200 April 23, 1998
From 1977 to 1981, this NHL city's Blues played their home games in the Checkerdome St. Louis 300 April 23, 1998
Both John Elway & Jim Plunkett were NFL No. 1 draft choices from this university Stanford 500 April 23, 1998
(Hi, I'm Jim Lampley) Only 2 Americans have won 5 gold medals in the Winter Olympics: Bonnie Blair & this fellow speedskater Eric Heiden April 23, 1998
In 1997 this event began at Rouen with a 4 1/2 mile time trial called the "Prologue" Tour de France 100 March 6, 1998
Until 1991 this NBA star's name was listed as "Akeem" because the "H" is silent in his native language Hakeem Olajuwon 200 March 6, 1998
Known as "Mr. October", he hit his 500th home run on Sept. 17, 1984, becoming the 13th player to do so Reggie Jackson 300 March 6, 1998
At the 1972 Munich Olympics, he swam in 7 events, including relays, & won all in world record times Mark Spitz 400 March 6, 1998
In the Preakness, mums are painted to resemble this out-of-season "bruised" daisy on the winner's blanket Black-eyed Susan 500 March 6, 1998
This former Dodger manager threw out the first pitch in the Dodgers' 1997 opening game Tommy Lasorda 100 February 16, 1998
In 1997 this team won its first Stanley Cup in 42 years by completing a 4-game sweep of the Flyers Detroit Red Wings 200 February 16, 1998
Only Fran Tarkenton & this Miami Dolphins quarterback have thrown over 300 career touchdown passes Dan Marino 300 February 16, 1998
On July 16, 1995 this American received her certificate of induction into the Int'l Tennis Hall Of Fame Chris Evert 400 February 16, 1998
With 18, this sport's Larissa Latynina has more Olympic medals than any other person gymnastics 500 February 16, 1998
A little birdie told us an eagle is a score this many under par on one hole 2 100 November 18, 1997
He played in 2,130 consecutive games; no wonder he was the pride of the Yankees Lou Gehrig 200 November 18, 1997
Prior to making Astros out of themselves, the Houston team thought they were "big shots" with this name Colt .45\'s 300 November 18, 1997
This Milwaukee NBA team moved to St. Louis in 1955 & then to Atlanta in 1968 Hawks 400 November 18, 1997
This steel-driving thoroughbred retired in 1985 with career earnings of over $6.5 million John Henry 500 November 18, 1997
On April 13, 1997 this 21-year-old golfer became the youngest to win the Masters Tiger Woods 100 October 23, 1997
Gordie Howe's 1,687 games with this team is the most by a player on one team in the NHL Detroit Red Wings 300 October 23, 1997
The Johnny Petraglia Open & the AMF Dick Weber Classic have been major tournaments in this sport Bowling 400 October 23, 1997
This winter Olympic sport is contested in 2-man & 4-man events Bobsled 500 October 23, 1997
"(Hi, I'm Nick Van Exel) After winning 5 NBA championships, the Lakers moved to Los Angeles in 1960 from this city" Minneapolis October 23, 1997
The Arnold Palmer Award is given for the highest annual earnings in this sport Golf 100 July 16, 1997
On January 6, 1997 Peter O'Malley announced this baseball team was for sale Los Angeles Dodgers 200 July 16, 1997
This Atlanta team's Lenny Wilkens is the only active coach with more than 1,000 career NBA victories Atlanta Hawks 300 July 16, 1997
1 of 2 teams that have won 5 Super Bowls Dallas Cowboys & San Francisco 49ers 400 July 16, 1997
The U.S.O.C. named Dot Richardson this Olympic sport's 1996 Female Athlete of the Year Softball 500 July 16, 1997
On November 30, 1996 this Bulls player became the 10th in NBA history to reach 25,000 career points Michael Jordan 100 July 11, 1997
This German won 7 of 9 Wimbledon women's singles titles from 1988-1996 Steffi Graf 200 July 11, 1997
In 1996 Emmitt Smith, with $16.5 million, & this Dolphins QB, with $11.7 million, led the NFL in total earnings Dan Marino 300 July 11, 1997
1 of 4 California stadiums that have hosted a Super Bowl (1 of) Jack Murphy, L.A. Coliseum, the Rose Bowl & Stanford Stadium 400 July 11, 1997
In 1941 this Red Sox star led the major leagues in both batting average, .406, & home runs, 37 Ted Williams 500 July 11, 1997
This Czech-born tennis star was the world's No. 1 ranked women's player 7 times, 1978-79 & 1982-86 Martina Navratilova 100 June 16, 1997
In 1996 this Barry Switzer-coached team won a record fifth straight NFC East division title Dallas Cowboys 200 June 16, 1997
1 of 2 L.A. Lakers players to win the NBA's regular season MVP award Kareem Abdul-Jabbar & Magic Johnson 300 June 16, 1997
On July 17, 1994 this nation won a record fourth World Cup soccer title by beating Italy, 3-2 on penalty kicks Brazil 400 June 16, 1997
This Florida quarterback won the Heisman Trophy in 1996, 30 years after his coach Steve Spurrier won it Danny Wuerffel 500 June 16, 1997
In 1996 Kent Steffes & Karch Kiraly won the first gold medal ever presented in this type of volleyball Beach Volleyball 100 June 10, 1997
This team's John Wetteland was named MVP of the 1996 World Series for saving all 4 wins New York Yankees 200 June 10, 1997
Only Wayne Gretzky & this Penguins star have scored over 190 points in an NHL season Mario Lemieux 300 June 10, 1997
In 1996 Johnny Miller was voted into this sport's Hall of Fame golf 400 June 10, 1997
This Dolphins coach has a yacht named Three Rings for his 2 Super Bowl titles & 1 college championship Jimmie Johnson 500 June 10, 1997
Downhill is the most popular form of this sport, but many prefer cross-country Skiing 100 May 22, 1997
Mike Piazza's new $15 million contract with this L.A. team makes him the highest-paid baseball catcher Los Angeles Dodgers 200 May 22, 1997
In 1997 this Greek-American won his second Australian Open title Pete Sampras 300 May 22, 1997
In 1997 this commentator & former Bears coach was named head coach of the New Orleans Saints Mike Ditka 400 May 22, 1997
This American cyclist who retired in 1994 was the first non-European to win the Tour de France Greg LeMond 500 May 22, 1997
Tommy Lasorda managed this team to 4 National League pennants & 2 World Series championships Los Angeles Dodgers 100 March 19, 1997
The Vancouver Grizzlies & the Toronto Raptors are the newest franchises in this professional sport Basketball 200 March 19, 1997
NHL teams that have moved to new, luxury box-filled arenas include the Boston Bruins & this city's Sabres Buffalo 300 March 19, 1997
On November 19, 1996, he announced his retirement as Notre Dame football coach after an 11-year stint Lou Holtz 400 March 19, 1997
This golfing cup was presented by & named for a British seed merchant & was first awarded in 1927 Ryder Cup 500 March 19, 1997
In 1957 this Cleveland team's Lou Groza became the first to lead the NFL in scoring without a touchdown Browns 100 March 6, 1997
Fielding positions in this British game include wicketkeeper, square leg & gully Cricket 200 March 6, 1997
In 1995 the NHL's Quebec Nordiques moved to this city & became the Colorado Avalanche Denver 300 March 6, 1997
This Houston Rockets center won the NBA's Most Valuable Player award in 1994 Hakeem Olajuwon 400 March 6, 1997
With 30 tournament wins, Lisa Wagner is the women's career leader in this sport Bowling 500 March 6, 1997
In soccer only this player can touch the ball with his hands Goalkeeper 100 February 28, 1997
This Toronto baseball club chose its name from more than 4,000 submitted by fans Blue Jays 200 February 28, 1997
This New Jersey hockey team, Stanley Cup winners in 1995, didn't make the playoffs in 1996 New Jersey Devils 300 February 28, 1997
At the 1994 Olympics, this U.S. woman speed skater surpassed Eric Heiden's medal total Bonnie Blair 400 February 28, 1997
This university's Orangemen routed Clemson 41-0 in the Jan. 1, 1996 Gator Bowl Syracuse 500 February 28, 1997
With a 1996-97 salary of $30 million, he's the NBA's highest-paid player Michael Jordan 100 February 3, 1997
On November 9, 1996 he beat Mike Tyson to win the heavyweight boxing title for the third time Evander Holyfield 200 February 3, 1997
In the 1997 Sugar Bowl, this team won its 1st national football title by defeating Florida State, 52-20 University of Florida 300 February 3, 1997
In his first 2 months on the pro golf tour in 1996, this 20-year-old won almost $800,000 Tiger Woods 400 February 3, 1997
The last 5 NL Rookies of the Year have been members of this west coast team Los Angeles Dodgers 500 February 3, 1997
This Lakers star won a 1992 Grammy for the best spoken word album: "What You Can Do To Avoid AIDS" Earvin "Magic" Johnson 100 January 14, 1997
In the 24 seasons he's owned this team, George Steinbrenner has changed managers 20 times New York Yankees 200 January 14, 1997
Between 1937 & 1950, this American boxer fought in 27 heavyweight title fights, winning 26 Joe Louis 300 January 14, 1997
In May 1995 this country's Black Magic yacht beat the Young America to win the America's Cup New Zealand 400 January 14, 1997
The backwards one-revolution jump in this sport is named for Ulrich Salchow Figure Skating 500 January 14, 1997
He's the only Chicago Bulls player named Rookie of the Year Michael Jordan 100 December 25, 1996
On May 30, 1976 Johnny Rutherford won this rain-shortened auto race after driving only 255 miles The Indianapolis 500 200 December 25, 1996
In 1995 this New Jersey team won its first Stanley Cup by sweeping the Detroit Red Wings in 4 games New Jersey Devils 300 December 25, 1996
This American League team was once known as the Plymouth Rocks Boston Red Sox 400 December 25, 1996
At 1 1/2 miles, this third leg of horse racing's Triple Crown is the longest of the 3 races The Belmont Stakes 500 December 25, 1996
On April 16, 1996, this city's Bulls became the first NBA team to win 70 games in a season Chicago 100 October 14, 1996
Before becoming coach of the Miami Dolphins in 1970, he coached the Baltimore Colts for 7 seasons Don Shula 200 October 14, 1996
The only fight this heavyweight boxer has lost was his 1990 title bout with Buster Douglas Mike Tyson 300 October 14, 1996
In the 1970s this golfer was the PGA's leading money winner 5 times Nicklaus 400 October 14, 1996
Janet Guthrie is the only representative from this sport in the Int'l Women's Sports Hall of Fame auto racing 500 October 14, 1996
He scored 12 career goals in World Cup competition; now he's Brazil's special minister for sports Pele 100 July 16, 1996
From 1987-1995, this German tennis star won 18 womens' singles Grand Slam tournaments Steffi Graf 200 July 16, 1996
Other than the Olympics, this Romanian's only World Gymnastics Championship came in 1978 on the balance beam Nadia Comaneci 300 July 16, 1996
In the 1980s, this Spaniard became the youngest golfer to win the Masters & helped Europe win 3 Ryder Cups Seve Ballesteros 400 July 16, 1996
Jacky Ickx has won this 24-hour French auto race a record 6 times 24 Hours of Le Mans 500 July 16, 1996
Since 1947 teams competing in this Pasadena bowl game have come from the Pac 10 & Big 10 conferences Rose Bowl 100 April 2, 1996
On Nov. 5, 1994 he became the oldest to win a heavyweight title -- or any boxing title -- at age 45 George Foreman 200 April 2, 1996
In 1993 this Philadelphia 76ers player nicknamed "Dr. J" was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame Julius Erving 300 April 2, 1996
The 4 basic events in women's gymnastics are floor exercise, uneven parallel bars, vault & this event Balance Beam 400 April 2, 1996
On Sept. 5, 1993 Noureddine Morceli of Algeria set the world record in this event at 3:44.39 The Mile 500 April 2, 1996
On June 14, 1995 this team led by Hakeem Olajuwon won its second straight NBA title Houston Rockets 100 March 22, 1996
In 1985 he became the first jockey to win over $100,000,000 in career purses Willie Shoemaker 200 March 22, 1996
Muhammad Ali called his 1974 heavyweight fight with this recent champ the "Rumble In The Jungle" George Foreman 300 March 22, 1996
He won the Indy 500 in 1992 & 1994; his father won the race on 4 previous occasions Al Unser, Jr. 400 March 22, 1996
In 1944 swimmer Ann Curtis became the 1st woman to receive this award as the nation's oustanding amateur athlete Sullivan Award 500 March 22, 1996
On July 9, 1922 this future movie Tarzan became the first to swim the 100-meter freestyle in under a minute Johnny Weissmuller 100 November 22, 1995
Kim Zmeskal & Shannon Miller are the only U.S. women to win the all-around title at these world championships Gymnastics 200 November 22, 1995
Of the four Grand Slam golf tournaments, it's the only one played outside the U.S. British Open 300 November 22, 1995
With a capacity of 63,000, this San Francisco ballpark is the National League's largest Candlestick Park 400 November 22, 1995
The first to win this Patriots' Day event was John McDermott in 1897 Boston Marathon 500 November 22, 1995
In 1967 this New York Jets quarterback became the first pro to pass for more than 4,000 yards in a season Joe Namath 100 July 7, 1995
Founded in 1897, it's the world's oldest annual marathon the Boston Marathon 200 July 7, 1995
In 1991, after 12 seasons at the Salt Palace, this NBA team moved its home games to the Delta Center the Utah Jazz 300 July 7, 1995
In 1992 Viktor Petrenko won the world championship in this sport ice skating (men\'s figure skating) 400 July 7, 1995
During his 1955-1966 career, this Dodger pitcher averaged 9.28 strikeouts per 9 innings (Sandy) Koufax 500 July 7, 1995
Co-captains of the 1992 Olympic basketball "Dream Team" were Magic Johnson & this Celtics star Larry Bird 100 July 6, 1995
This NFL team's logo features a pirate with a dagger in his mouth the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 200 July 6, 1995
With a capacity of just 38,756, this Chicago Cubs stadium is the smallest in the National League Wrigley Field 300 July 6, 1995
From 1927 to 1945, this World War I flying ace owned the Indianapolis Speedway Rickenbacker 400 July 6, 1995
On July 4, 1919 this boxer from Manassa, Colo. defeated Jess Willard to win the world heavyweight title (Jack) Dempsey (the "Manassa Mauler") 500 July 6, 1995
The Iron Man Triathlon consists of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike race & this 26.2-mile run Marathon 100 November 15, 1994
On August 6, 1994 Jeff Gordon won the Brickyard 400, the first stock car race on this track Indianapolis Motor Speedway 200 November 15, 1994
In the 1920s & 1930s Helen Wills Moody was the top-ranked women's player in this sport a record 9 times Tennis 300 November 15, 1994
In 1930 this golfer became the first recipient of the AAU's Sullivan Award, as the year's top male athlete Bobby Jones 400 November 15, 1994
This jockey is the only man to ride 2 Triple Crown winners: Whirlaway & Citation Eddie Arcaro 500 November 15, 1994
This former heavyweight boxing champ is known as "Iron Mike" Mike Tyson 100 October 7, 1994
Only Chris Evert & this player have exceeded 100 tournament wins in women's tennis Martina Navratilova 200 October 7, 1994
In 1980 this NFL team moved its home games to Anaheim Stadium Los Angeles Rams 300 October 7, 1994
In 1963 this golfer became the first in his sport to earn more than $100,000 in 1 year Arnold Palmer 400 October 7, 1994
From 1876 through 1952, the Braves baseball franchise was located in this city Boston 500 October 7, 1994
Regret, Genuine Risk & Winning Colors are the only fillies to win this Triple Crown race Kentucky Derby 100 May 23, 1994
This sterling silver yachting trophy was designed by London's Robert Garrard Crown jewelers in 1848 the America\'s Cup 200 May 23, 1994
American winners of this Olympic event include Bob Mathias, Rafer Johnson & Bruce Jenner the decathlon 300 May 23, 1994
The insignia of this National League baseball team features a mountain peak the (Colorado) Rockies 400 May 23, 1994
Bill Walton of this school was the outstanding player of the NCAA basketball tournament in 1972 & 1973 UCLA 500 May 23, 1994
From 1982-87, she held the top rank in tennis for all but 22 weeks of a 270-week stretch Martina Navratilova 100 December 3, 1993
Dave "Tiger" Williams holds the career record for penalty minutes in this sport with 3,966 Ice Hockey 200 December 3, 1993
This Dolphins quarterback has passed for over 400 yards in a single game a record 10 times Dan Marino 300 December 3, 1993
In 1993, this Seattle center fielder tied a Major League record by hitting home runs in eight straight games Ken Griffey, Jr. 400 December 3, 1993
In 1980, this U.S. speed skater became the first athlete to win five individual gold medals in one Olympics Eric Heiden 500 December 3, 1993
In this mid-1980s this team from Edmonton won the NHL's Stanley Cup 4 years out of 5 the Oilers 100 July 9, 1993
Lyn St. James was named Rookie of the Year at this May 24, 1992 auto race, the first woman so honored the Indianapolis 500 200 July 9, 1993
From 1976 to 1980, this Swede won 5 straight Wimbledon men's singles championships Björn Borg 300 July 9, 1993
From 1964 through 1968, she was the U.S. women's figure skating champion Peggy Fleming 400 July 9, 1993
While playing for this team, O.J. Simpson led the NFL in rushing yardage 4 times the Buffalo Bills 500 July 9, 1993
On September 19, 1992 Sergei Bubka broke the world record in this event for the 32nd time the pole vault 100 March 31, 1993
Known as the "Golden Bear", he was the 1st golfer to win all 4 major titles at least twice Jack Nicklaus 200 March 31, 1993
Greco-Roman & freestyle are the 2 styles featured in this Olympic sport wrestling 300 March 31, 1993
In 1975 this college football bowl game moved from Tulane Stadium to the Louisiana Superdome the Sugar Bowl 400 March 31, 1993
It's the only NBA team in Ohio the Cleveland Cavaliers 500 March 31, 1993
At the 1992 Olympics, the U.S. Men's Basketball team was known by this rhyming name the Dream Team 100 October 27, 1992
Since the 1950s players from this continent have been the dominant force in table tennis Asia 200 October 27, 1992
This piece of fencing equipment is made of strong wire mesh & may be padded a mask 300 October 27, 1992
In swimming the butterfly stroke originated as a modification of this similar stroke breaststroke 400 October 27, 1992
The origins of tennis go back to jeu de paume, a game in which the ball was struck with this body part the palm of the hand 500 October 27, 1992
This Los Angeles Kings hockey player is known as "The Great One" Wayne Gretzky 100 November 5, 1991
It's the only NFL team that currently plays its home games in New York state Buffalo (Bills) 200 November 5, 1991
This "sweet" fighter won the world middleweight boxing title a record 5 times from 1951-1958 ("Sugar Ray") Robinson 300 November 5, 1991
In 1930 he became the first & only man to sweep golf's four Grand Slam tournaments Bobby Jones 400 November 5, 1991
In 1964 & 1965 The Sporting News named this future senator College Player of the Year in basketball Bill Bradley 500 November 5, 1991
In 1941 this heavyweight boxing champ successfully defended his title a record 7 times Joe Louis 100 October 4, 1991
The only NHL team from the U.S. to win the Stanley Cup in the 1980s was this Uniondale, NY based team the New York Islanders 200 October 4, 1991
Star, Flying Dutchman & Tornado are classes in this Olympic sport yachting 300 October 4, 1991
In the 1960s & 1970s he was professional golf's leading money winner 8 times Jack Nicklaus 400 October 4, 1991
On June 16, 1987, for the first time in a single meet, 3 men cleared 28' in this field event the long jump 500 October 4, 1991
While the heights may change, these are the 2 types of diving boards the springboard & the platform 100 April 9, 1991
Prior to par, this term was used for the score golfers should make, and was preceded by “Colonel” Bogie 200 April 9, 1991
Four letter word for all the gear used for controlling a horse in harness racing tack 300 April 9, 1991
Though she came in 50th in this marathon, November 4, 1990, Wanda Panfil of Poland still got $26,385 & a car the New York City Marathon 400 April 9, 1991
If you form a polo team to take on Prince Charles', you’ll field this many players 4 500 April 9, 1991
At the 1988 Olympics the USSR won the gold for team foil in this sport fencing 100 November 9, 1990
The Old Norse "Skjota", to shoot, gave us this word for a type of trapshooting skeet 200 November 9, 1990
Among college football coaches, Paul Bryant was nickanmed Bear & G. Warner was nicknamed this "Pop" 300 November 9, 1990
According to Forbes Magazine, the 3 highest-paid athletes for 1990 compete in this sport boxing 400 November 9, 1990
In 1990 this Reds outfielder set a world series record with hits in 7 straight at-bats Billy Hatcher 500 November 9, 1990
The first bobsled races were held in this mountainous country Switzerland 100 March 22, 1990
In 1910 the Intercollegiate Athletic Association changed its name to this NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) 200 March 22, 1990
A 5 iron is a mashie, a 9 iron is a niblick & this is a mashie niblick 7 Iron 300 March 22, 1990
Devised by Owen Patrick Smith, this sport was legalized in Florida in 1931 Greyhound/dog racing 400 March 22, 1990
Australian Rules, American & Association describe sports that are all named this Football 500 March 22, 1990
Lauren Bacall could tell you it's the term used for 1 stroke over par in golf Bogey 100 January 15, 1990
In 1968 Olympic gold medalist Jim Hines became the 1st man to run this race in under 10 seconds 100 meter dash 200 January 15, 1990
In this team sport, the neutral zone is located between 2 blue lines ice hockey 300 January 15, 1990
A Japanese teacher named Jigaro Kano developed this modern version of jujitsu in the 1880s Judo 100 December 29, 1989
This noted horsewoman who competed at the Montreal Olympics in 1976 is also a princess Princess Anne 200 December 29, 1989
Originally bred in India, it's the type of bull most often seen in bull riding contests Brahma 300 December 29, 1989
In 1947 she became the 1st American woman to win the British Women's Amateur golf tournament Babe Didrikson Zaharias 400 December 29, 1989
Romania's Maricica Puica won the infamous 1984 race in which these 2 runners collided Zola Budd & Mary Decker Slaney 500 December 29, 1989
According to USGA rules, 1 of 2 types of golf course hazards Bunker & Water 100 November 9, 1989
In 1987 Jim Abbott became the 1st in this sport to win the Sullivan Award for amateur athletes baseball 200 November 9, 1989
In women's Olympic fencing, only this weapon is used the foil 300 November 9, 1989
1 of 2 National Hockey League teams to retire Gordie Howe's uniform number Detroit Red Wings & Hartford Whalers 400 November 9, 1989
The 3 cities that the National Football League Cardinals have represented Chicago, St. Louis & Phoenix 500 November 9, 1989
This offshoot of soccer is named for a school in England rugby 100 April 23, 1987
The overarm "crawl" swimming stroke was introduced to England in 1902 from this country Australia 200 April 23, 1987
Springfield, Massachusetts is site of this sport's Hall of Fame basketball 300 April 23, 1987
Marks which distinguish Wilson footballs used in college games from the ones they make for the pros (white) stripes 400 April 23, 1987
When he KO'd Ingemar Johansson, 6/20/60, he became 1st man to regain heavyweight championship Floyd Patterson 500 April 23, 1987
Bob Hope says one of his favorites is the 16th at Cypress Point in Pebble Beach a golf hole 100 April 7, 1987
Spanish sport revived in China in 1986 with opening of a ring in the Zhejiang Province bullfighting 200 April 7, 1987
A machine called the Cyclops is now used for line calls in this sport tennis 300 April 7, 1987
Sport in which you might leave a bucket, Christmas tree or picket fence bowling 400 April 7, 1987
Jack Broughton, inventor of the modern boxing glove, is buried in this British landmark Westminster Abbey 500 April 7, 1987
At a bullfight, it's the fans' way of saying "bravo" olé 100 April 10, 1986
In gymnastics, the long horse is the same as the pommel horse, but without these bars, handles 200 April 10, 1986
It's said that in 10 years of competition, this '20s swimming star never lost a race from 50-880 yards Johnny Weissmuller 300 April 10, 1986
In this year, 4 yrs. after his Olympic title, Muhammad Ali upset Sonny Liston for his 1st heavyweight crown 1964 400 April 10, 1986
To maximize wind effectively in sailing you can use this zig-zag maneuver tacking 500 April 10, 1986
He owns both basketball's Atlanta Hawks & baseball's Atlanta Braves Ted Turner 100 November 26, 1985
It's where relief pitchers, not matadors, warm up the bullpen 100 December 5, 1984
Because of this rule, no horse has ever won the Kentucky Derby twice (only) a 3-year old (can run) 200 December 5, 1984
He shouts the commands in crew racing coxswain 400 December 5, 1984
These 2 former Olympic athletes became movie Tarzans Buster Crabbe and Johnny Weissmuller December 5, 1984
Tennis serve that touches net before dropping into proper court, it's replayed a let ball 200 December 4, 1984
You win this when you pick the winners of 2 successive horse races the Daily Double 300 December 4, 1984
What the letters in "SCUBA" stand for self-contained underwater breathing apparatus 400 December 4, 1984
On an official archery target, it's the color of the bull's eye yellow (or gold) 500 December 4, 1984
Nickname for a football a pigskin 100 December 3, 1984
A filly becomes a mare at this age 4 200 December 3, 1984
According to rules, the strike zone in baseball extends from the batter's knees to here his armpits 300 December 3, 1984
This bowl game changes location every year the Super Bowl 400 December 3, 1984
The number of laps run in the Indy 500 200 500 December 3, 1984
Game where "dribbling" is "offensive" basketball 100 September 27, 1984
From early practice of pitcher facing west comes this baseball term for lefty southpaw 200 September 27, 1984
Football's imaginary plane which neither team may cross until the ball is snapped the line of scrimmage 300 September 27, 1984
World's fastest sport, free-fall speeds of 614 MPH have been recorded in this skydiving 400 September 27, 1984
'50s middleweight champ some say was pound-for-pound the best boxer ever Sugar Ray Robinson 500 September 27, 1984
Sport which uses epees, foils & sabres fencing 100 September 25, 1984
Name given to annual competition among U.S. amateur boxers the Golden Gloves 200 September 25, 1984
Number of downs allowed in Canadian football to advance the ball 10 yards 3 300 September 25, 1984
Ex-Boston Celtics' star who has refused induction into Basketball Hall of Fame Bill Russell 500 September 25, 1984
Because of WWII, these 2 NFL teams combined squads in '43 to become the "Stegles" the Steelers and Eagles September 25, 1984
What Gary Player plays professionailly golf 100 September 21, 1984
Boxer whose life was portrayed in "Somebody Up There Likes Me" Rocky Graziano 500 September 21, 1984