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    Default Which sports moment do you wish...

    ... you could have witnessed in person?


    (Disclaimer: I stole this idea from another message board I frequent.)

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    First and foremost for me would have been the runner, tip in by Casey Calvary.

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    a. Secretariat's 1978 Belmont Win
    b. Nicklaus' Win at the 1986 Masters
    c. Ali - Frazier I


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    Jets v. Colts, Super Bowl III
    Bob Beamon's Long Jump, Mexico City Olympics '68
    Franz Klammer's Downhill, '76 Innsbruck Winter Olympics
    Abebe Bikila's Marathon (run barefoot) '60 Tokyo Olympics
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    1. 1980 US Olympic hockey victory over the impossibly powerful Soviet hockey machine

    2. The Epic in Miami--the January 2, 1982 NFL playoff game between Miami and San Diego, the greatest NFL football game I've ever seen on television.

    3. The War--Tommy the Hit Man Hearns v. Marvelous Marvin Hagler in 1985, the greatest and most action-packed three rounds of boxing I've ever seen on television. Amazing to find out 20 years later than Hearns broke his right hand early in the fight, after nearly knocking Hagler down when he hit him on the head. Hearns said Hagler's head felt like an iron wrecking ball.

    4. The Runner

    5. The 1971 "Game of the Century" between Nebraska and Oklahoma in gridiron, won by the Johnny Rodgers and the Cornhuskers 35-31

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    1. Don Larsen's perfect game.
    2. The 1974 USC-Notre Dame football game
    3. Jesse Owens at the 1936 Berlin Olympics
    4. 1986 Masters
    5. 1980 Miracle on Ice

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    1. Wilt Chamberlain's 100 point game with a movie camera.

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