Posted on: July 9, 2009 8:25 am

Greatest Sports moments in history.Round 2.......

There once was 64 and now there is 32. We are at the second round of voting for the Greatest Sports moments in History. Should be easier to pick your favorites this time around and I hope you find one of yours. Thank for popping in and placing your votes, because for once you can actually say this is a democracy. 100% well of course unless there is a tie. The voting was very close in a few and had to be decided by the tie breaker, I assigned a number to each one and then the TIE BREAKER of the Giants Victory decided it. I will have another tie breaker on this round. Please enjoy the voting and hopefully a little history too.


1) The Miracle on Ice


57) NC State and Jimmy "V" Valvano (What a moment) 


2) Ali/Frazier title fight


52) Bobby Thompson and THE SHOT


3) Lou Gehrig's farewll speech


48) Kerri Strugg and the one legged landing


4) Wilt "The Stilt" Chamberlain scoring 100


41) Ali lighting torch 96' Olympics


5) The Play Cal/Stanford and the LATERALS


39) Roberto Clemente plane crash (Sorry but both tragic and powerful)


6) The Hailmary Doug Flutie 


32) Mike Tyosn KO's Sphinx in 91 seconds  


7) Henry Aaron hits 715 


31) Franz Klammer/Bernhard Russi Downhill race for the GOLD


9) O.J Simpson breaking the 2,000 yard mark


30) Bill Mazeroski's homerun in game 7 of the 1960's World Series


10) Kirk Gibson pinch hit HR


29) USA women's soccer team World Cup win


11) Messier and '94 Rangers


28) Tiger Woods wins all four 


12) Jack Nicklaus winning number 18 at 46


27) 89' World Series earthquakes


14) SOX break the curse


25) Buckner BALL Mets WIN  (How perfect this turned out)


15) Cal Ripkens Jr THE STREAK


23) Babe Ruth calls his shot 


16) The Catch (Montana to Clark) 


21) Dale Earnhard's crash


18) Ali/Foremen


20) Four minute mile (Roger Bannister)


19) Music City Miracle (Titans/Bills) 


22) Michael Jordan SHOT for 6th title


This weeks Tie Breaker is Phelps 8 Gold VS Giants upset Patriots


Thank you all for voting and see you next round.

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