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Doping in the Olympics of 1980

Doping in the Olympics of 1980

The Moscow Olympics held in the Soviet Union in 1980 were called the “cleanest” in history as no one medal winner was disqualified for doping. But as former time winner and former chef of the secret police KGB told many years later, there was a doping exchange system in Moscow similar to the one later…

Ear Biting That Stunned Sporting Fans – Mike Tyson’s Bite Scandal

“Iron Mike,” the nickname was given to Mr. Michael Gerard Tyson who is famously known as Mike Tyson. He was the youngest boxing champion to ever win the heavyweight title at the age of 20 and four months. Mr. Iron Mike also became the first ever person to simultaneously win the World Boxing Council (WBC), World Boxing Association (WBA) and the International Boxing Federation (IBF). Inspired by former greats, Mike Tyson, the kid dynamite, went to build himself an early prestigious boxing career that placed him as the face of the boxing world during his prime. In 1988 he became the lineal champion after he dramatically, within 91 seconds, knocked out Michael Spinks in the first round. He won his first 19 fights of his professional career by knockouts or sometimes referred to as stoppage, and 12 of these wins came within the first round. …

Women failures in sports

This whole blog I have wrote about men failing, but woman are equaly as good and as bad in sports as men.  After all, there can be no success with no failings, and thus some awkward and embarrassing moments of women athletes are listed here: Australian gymnast Olivia Vivian lost control on the balance beam…