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Which future American senator scored an NCAA-record 58 points for
Princeton in a 1965 game against Wichita State?
On October 8, 1956, who became the first person to pitch a perfect
game during the World Series, doing so on the very day his wife filed for divorce?
Who used a Spalding 6-iron to hit a golf ball an estimated half
mile in 1971?
At the Mexico City Olympics, who long-jumped 8.9 m, breaking the
old record by a whopping 55 cm and setting a new mark that lasted until 1991?
Who scored a record 31,419 points, and in 1991 he claimed another record of sorts … scoring with more
than 20,000 women?
Used in men's Olympic field events, which of these is the lightest,
at a mere 800 grams (28 ounces)?
There were two iterations of this team in the AL - one became the
Minnesota Twins, the other became the Texas Rangers. What team is this?
Why did the Cincinnati Reds become the Redlegs from 1953 to
What was so odd about the no-hitter that Doc Ellis threw for the
Pittsburgh Pirates on June 12, 1970?
Usually, it's the baseball players who are traded. But in 1973,
what did two Yankees, Mike Kekich and Fritz Peterson, trade … for keeps?
At the 2000 Olympics, Eric "the Eel" Moussambani nearly drowned
trying to swim the 100-m freestyle. What country did he represent?
Swimmer Malcolm Champion was what country's first Olympic champion,
and its only one until swimmer Danyon Loader won two golds in 1996?
During World War II, why was Jackie Robinson arrested by military
police at Ford Hood, Texas?
Before winning two Olympic marathons, what did Abebe Bikila do for
Which country hosted the Winter Olympics in 2002?
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