Michael Jordan Winning Shot

The greatest sports photo of all time - according to Sports Illustrated -Michael Jordan

According to Sports Illustrated, this is the greatest sports photo of all time. It shows Michael Jordan taking the winning shot for Chicago Bulls in 1998 when they beat Utah Jazz to take the NBA finals.

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Diego Maradona faces six defenders

Maradona faces six defenders

This photo is from 1982 when Argentina took on Belgium. Diego Maradona was up against 6 defenders in this shot. Arguably one of the best footballers the world has seen.

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Derek Jeter Dives into Crowd

Derek Jeter Dives into Crowd

In 2004 the New York Yankees were matched up against the Boston Red Sox. Derek Jeter was running so hard and fast to complete his great one-handed catch that he ran right into the stands and flew into the crowd. This iconic photo captures this dramatic scene.

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Muhammad Ali Stands Over Sonny Liston

Muhammad Ali Stands Over Sonny Liston

In one of the most memorable sporting photos of all time, Muhammad Ali towers over Sonny Liston and shouts at him, after knocking him down in the first round. Some say Ali was shouting at Liston, telling him to get up, which he did not.

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Jesse Owens in Nazi Germany Olympics

Jesse Owens in Nazi Germany Olympics

Very iconic Olympic photo -Jesse Owens wins gold in Nazi Germany in Berlin, 1936. At the time Hitler was determined to showcase Aryan supremacy and Jesse Owens refused to bow down, winning 4 gold medals.

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Tom Finney Splash Photo

Tom Finney Splash Photo

Famous photo of Tom Finney, England and Preston player, in 1954. The pitch was so wet that it made this splash possible.

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Liang Huo Diving – Beijing Olympics

Liang Huo Diving - Beijing Olympics

Liang Huo was a success in the Beijing Olympics in 2008, scooping one of their 51 Gold Medals. This photo was of him competing in the 10 meters semifinals. He was the only competitor that did not dry his hair before diving, allowing for his extraordinary shots.

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Usain Bolt celebrates 100m Gold

Usain Bolt celebrates 100m Gold

Famous celebration by Usain Bolt. Taken during the 2012 Olympics this was just after he won a Gold medal and set a new Olympic record of 9.63.

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Roger Bannister runs a mile in under 4 minutes

Roger Bannister runs a mile in under 4 minutes

Iconic photo of Roger Bannister completing a mile in 3 mintutes, 59.4 seconds. He was the first human being to officially complete this feat.

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Bobby Moore lifts World Cup for England 1966

Bobby Moore lifts world cup for England 1966

Bobby Moore lifts the World Cup for England in 1966. Moore was voted the greatest player England has ever had.

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