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Games - Notable Historical Events

Babe RuthAug 28, 1921

Ty CobbMay 6, 1925

Lou GehrigJun 1, 1925

Adolf HitlerAug 1, 1936

Walter JohnsonNov 5, 1940

Joe DiMaggioAug 3, 1941

Bill SharmanNov 22, 1956

Ted WilliamsJun 13, 1957

Yogi BerraMay 11, 1959

Ernie BanksJun 23, 1961

Gordie HoweNov 27, 1961

Glenn HallNov 7, 1962

George ForemanOct 26, 1968

Stan MusialJun 29, 1969

John LennonNov 16, 1973

PeleOct 1, 1977

George GervinApr 9, 1978

Pete RoseJul 24, 1978

John MaddenNov 5, 1978

George BrettNov 18, 1980

Mike BossyJan 23, 1981

Joe MontanaSep 23, 1984

Sparky AndersonSep 23, 1984

Jerry RiceDec 9, 1985

Steve YzermanOct 7, 1986

Mark MessierDec 26, 1986

Eddie MurrayMay 9, 1987

Cal RipkenSep 14, 1987

Mike SchmidtJul 26, 1988

Rickey HendersonOct 7, 1989

Larry BirdDec 19, 1989

Nolan RyanJul 31, 1990

Paul CoffeyDec 22, 1990

Brett HullJan 25, 1991

Cam NeelyMay 3, 1991

Rodney KingMay 1, 1992

Scotty BowmanFeb 2, 1997

Dennis RodmanOct 11, 1997

Phil JacksonDec 23, 1997

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Games - Historical Events
Date Event
1869-04-17

1st pro baseball games-Cin Reds 24, Cin amateurs 15

1870-06-14

All-pro Cincinnati Red Stockings suffer 1st loss in 130 games

1871-10-21

1st US amateur outdoor athletic games (NY)

1881-10-31

Metropolitan club plays its last game of its non-league season They win 80 of 151 games (18-43 versus NL teams)

1884-11-01

The Gaelic Athletic Association is founded to promote Irish sport and games; The association denies membership to the police and army and is immediately infiltrated by the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB)

1887-10-26

Detroit (NL) beats St Louis (AA) 10 games to 5 in World Series

1889-10-29

NY Giants (NL) beat Bkln (AA) in world series 6 games to 3

1890-10-28

Last NL-AA World Series game Bkln ties Louisville 3 games & 1 tie

1892-11-23

P de Coubertin launches plan for Modern Olympic Games

1896-04-06

1st modern Olympic games open in Athens Greece [3/25 OS] American, James Connolly, wins 1st Olympic gold medal in mod history

1896-04-15

1st Olympic games close at Athens, Greece

1898-05-08

The first games of the Italian Football League are played.

1899-02-18

Stanley Cup: Mont Shamrocks sweep Queens U (Kingston Ont) in 2 games

1900-02-16

Stanley Cup: Montreal Shamrocks beat Winnipeg Victorias, 3 games to 1

1900-03-07

Stanley Cup: Montreal Shamrocks sweep Halifax Crescents in 2 games

1900-05-20

2nd modern Olympic games opens in Paris (lasted 5 months)

1900-08-20

Great Britain beats France in cricket in Olympic Games

1900-10-28

After over 5 months second Olympic games in Paris, France, close

1901-01-24

1st games played in baseball's American League

1901-04-24

1st AL game, Chic beats Cleve Blues 8-2, 3 other games rained out

1901-09-19

11 baseball games canceled due to funeral of Pres William McKinley

1902-03-17

Stanley Cup: Montreal AAA beat Winnipeg Victorias, 2 games to 1

1902-05-24

Cleve's Bill Bradley is 1st ALer to hit a HR run in 4 consecutive games, not duplicated until Babe Ruth does it June 25, 1918

1903-02-04

Stanley Cup: Montreal AAA beat Winn Victorias, 2 games to 1 & 1 tie

1903-03-10

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 sweep Montreal AAA in 2 games

1903-03-14

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 sweep Rat Portage Thisles in 2 games

1903-06-25

Boston Beaneater Wiley Piatt is only 20th-century pitcher to lose 2 complete games in one day, falling to Pittsburgh 1-0 & 5-3

1903-10-13

Pilgrims beat Pirates 5 games to 3 in 1st World Series

1904-01-04

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 beat Winnipeg Rowing Club, 2 games to 1

1904-02-25

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 sweep Toronto Marlboroughs in 2 games

1904-03-11

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 sweep Brandon Wheat Kings in 2 games

1904-07-01

3rd modern Olympic games opens in St Louis

1904-08-10

Higlanders Jack Chesbro ends string of 30 consecutive complete games

1904-08-29

3rd modern Olympic Games opens in St Louis

1904-10-10

Yanks 2 games out play 1st place Red Sox on final day doubleheader 41 game winner Chesbro loses 1st game & chance at pennant

1904-10-10

Boston pitchers achieve 148 complete games-an AL record, also record for total complete games AL 1,098, NL 1,089

1904-11-23

3rd Olympic games close in St Louis

1905-01-16

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 sweep Dawson City (Yukon) in 2 games Ottawa Silver 7 beats Dawson City (Yukon) 23-2 for Stanley Cup, this is most lopsided playoff game, Frank McGee scores 14 goals

1905-03-11

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 beat Rat Portage Thisles, 2 games to 1

1905-10-14

NY Giants beats Phila A's, 4 games to 1 in 2nd World Series

1906-02-28

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 sweep Queen's U (Kingston Ont) in 2 games

1906-03-08

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 sweep Smiths Falls (Ont) in 2 games

1906-03-29

Stanley Cup: Montreal Wanderers sweep Kenora Thisles in 2 games

1906-04-09

3½th modern Olympic games opens in Athens (4/22 NS)

1906-04-22

10th anniversary Olympic games open at Athens, Greece

1906-05-22

10th anniversary Olympic games close at Athens, Greece

1906-08-13

Cub's Pitcher Jack Taylor ends a string of completing 202 games (187 complete, 15 relief) by Dodgers in 3rd inning

1906-10-14

All Chicago World Series, 1st AL victory, White Sox win 4 games to 2 Cubs losers share of $439.50 is lowest for World Series

1907-10-12

Cubs beat Tigers 4 games to 0 with 1 tie in 4th World Series

1908-01-13

Stanley Cup: Montreal Wanderers sweep Ottawa Victorias in 2 games

1908-03-12

Stanley Cup: Mont Wanderers sweep Win Maple Leafs in 2 games

1908-04-27

4th modern Olympic games opens in London

1908-10-14

Cubs beat Tigers 4 games to 1 in 5th World Series, 1st rematch

1908-10-31

4th Olympic games ends in London

1909-10-16

Pirates beat Tigers 4 games to 3 in 6th World Series

1910-01-07

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Senators sweep Galt (Ont) in 2 games

1910-10-23

Phila A's beat Chicago Cubs 4 games to 1 in 7th World Series

1911-05-19

Phila Athletics are 12½ games back in AL, & will win World Series

1911-10-26

Phila A's beat NY Giants, 4 games to 2 in 8th World Series

1912-03-13

Stanley Cup: Quebec Bulldogs sweep Moncton (NB) in 2 games

1912-05-05

5th Olympic games open at Stockholm, Sweden

1912-07-22

5th Olympic games in Stockholm, Sweden closes

1912-10-16

Boston beats NY Giants, 4 games to 3 with a tie in 9th World Series

1913-03-10

Stanley Cup: Quebec Bulldogs sweep Sydney (NS) Millionaires in 2 games

1913-05-30

John McGraw joins Fred Clarke, Cap Anson, Frank Selee, & Connie Mack as managers who have won 1,000 games

1913-06-13

Yanks win 13th game of year after losing 36 games

1913-10-02

Phillies beat NY Giants 2 games out of 3 in a tripleheader

1913-10-11

Phila A's beat NY Giants, 4 games to 1 in 10th World Series

1914-01-28

1st Millrose Games (athletics) held (NYC)

1914-07-05

Boston Braves are 15 games back in NL, & win World Series

1915-10-13

Boston Red Sox beat Philadelphia Phillies, 4 games to 1 in 12th World Series

1916-03-30

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens (NHA) beat Portland Rosebuds (PCHA), 3 games to 2

1916-10-12

Boston Red Sox beat Bkln Dodgers, 4 games to 1 in 13th World Series

1917-03-26

Stanley Cup: Seattle Metropolitans (PCHA) beat Montreal Canadiens (NHL), 3 games to 1 - Seattle is 1st US team to win Stanley Cup

1917-10-15

Chicago White Sox beat NY Giants, 4 games to 2 in 14th World Series

1918-03-30

Stanley Cup: Toronto Arenas (NHL) beat Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA), 3 games to 2

1918-08-09

Reds manager Christy Mathewson suspects Hal Chase of taking bribes to fix games, & suspends him "for indifferent play"

1918-09-11

Boston Red Sox beat Chicago Cubs, 4 games to 2 in 15th World Series

1919-02-05

NL pres John Heydler dismisses charges that Hal Chase bet against his team & threw games in collusion with gamblers

1919-03-06

NHL Championship: Montreal Canadiens beat Ottawa Senators, 3 games to 1 with 1 tie

1919-03-29

Stanley Cup: Mont (NHL) & Seat (PCHA) win 2 games each with 1 tie, 1919 Stanley Cup not awarded due to flu epidemic

1919-07-04

Cincinnati Reds are 10½ games back in NL, & win World Series

1919-10-19

Reds beat White Sox, 5 games to 3 in 16th World Series. This series is known as black sox scandal as 8 White Sox throw series

1920-04-01

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Senators (NHL) beat Seattle (PCHA), 3 games to 2

1920-04-20

7th modern Olympic games opens in Antwerp Belgium

1920-08-14

Olympic Games open in Antwerp

1920-09-12

7th Olympic games close in Antwerp Belgium

1920-10-03

NFL (then American Pro Football Association) plays 1st games

1920-10-12

Cleve Indians beat Bkln Dodgers, 5 games to 2 in 17th World Series

1921-04-04

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Senators (NHL) beat Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA), 3 games to 2

1921-04-14

NHL Championship: Ottawa Senators sweep Toronto St Patricks in 2 games

1921-04-21

Ottawa Senators beat Vanc Millionaires 3 games to 2 for Stanley Cup [or 4/4]

1921-08-28

Babe Ruth starts streak of an extra-base hit in 9 straight games

1921-10-13

NY Giants beat NY Yankees, 5 games to 3 in 18th World Series

1922-03-11

Western Hockey Championship: Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA) sweep Regina Capitals, in 2 games

1922-03-13

NHL Championship: Ottawa Senators outscore Toronto St Pats, 5 to 4, in 2 games

1922-03-28

Stanley Cup: Toronto St Pats (NHL) beat Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA), 3 games to 2

1922-04-30

Chicago White Sox Charles Robertson perfect games Detroit Tigers, 2-0

1922-09-20

Rogers Hornsby ends hitting streak of 33 games

1922-10-08

NY Giants beat Yankees, 4 games to 0, with a tie in 19th World Series

1923-03-26

Stanley Cup: Ott Senators beat Vanc Millionaires (PCHA), 3 games to 1

1923-03-31

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Senators (NHL) sweep Edm Eskimos (WCHL) in 2 games

1923-08-03

Baseball games cancelled following the death of President Harding

1923-10-15

NY Yankees 1st World Series win beating NY Giants, 4 games to 2

1924-01-25

1st Winter Olympic games open in Chamonix, France

1924-02-04

1st Winter Olympic games close at Chamonix France

1924-03-05

Frank Carauna, becomes 1st to bowl 2 successive perfect 300 games

1924-03-11

NHL Championship: Montreal Canadiens sweeps Ottawa Senators in 2 games

1924-05-04

8th Olympic games open at Paris, France

1924-07-16

NY Giants George Kelly is 1st to hit HRs in 6 cons games

1924-07-27

8th Olympic games closes in Paris

1924-09-20

Carl Mays is 1st pitcher to win 20 games seasons for 3 different teams

1924-09-29

Senators clinch pennant, finishing 2 games in front of Yankees

1924-12-10

Aggrement reached on permanent rotation of World Series with each league, getting games 1, 2, 6, 7 in alternating years

1925-02-28

Longest win streak in Toronto Maple Leaf history (9 games)

1925-03-13

NHL Championship: Montreal Canadiens sweep Toronto Arenas in 2 games

1925-03-30

Stanley Cup: Vict Cougars (WCHL) beat Canadiens (NHL), 3 games to 1

1925-04-21

No baseball games played in NL due to Charles Ebbets' funeral

1925-05-06

Ty Cobb hits his 5th HR in 2 games tying Cap Ansons record of 1884

1925-06-01

Lou Gehrig replaces Wally Pipp (1st of record 2130 consec games)

1925-08-15

White Sox Dickie Kerr, 1st appearance since winning 2 world series games in 1919

1925-10-15

Pittsburgh Pirates beat Wash Senators, 4 games to 3 in 22nd World Series

1926-03-23

NHL Championship: Mont Canadiens outscore Pitt Pirates, 6-4 in 2 games

1926-04-06

Stanley Cup: Montl Maroons beat Victoria Cougars (WHL), 3 games to 1

1926-10-10

St Louis Cards beat NY Yankees, 4 games to 3 in 23rd World Series

1927-01-05

Judge Landis begins 3-day public hearing on charges that 4 games played between Chicago & Detroit in 1917 had been thrown to White Sox

1927-04-13

Stanley Cup: Ottawa Senators beat Boston Bruins, in 2 games & 2 ties

1927-09-29

Babe Ruth ties record by hitting grand slams in consecutive games

1928-02-11

2nd Winter Olympic games opens in St Moritz, Switzerland

1928-02-19

2nd Winter Olympic games close at St Moritz, Switzerland

1928-04-14

Stanley Cup: NY Rangers beat Montreal Maroons, 3 games to 2

1928-05-17

9th modern Olympic games opens in Amsterdam

1928-07-28

9th Olympic Games open in Amsterdam

1928-08-12

9th Olympic Games close in Amsterdam

1928-08-13

Soviet Union Spartacan Games begins

1928-09-18

Cards beat Phillies for 20th of 22 games in 1928

1929-02-20

Red Sox announce they will play Sunday games at Braves Field

1929-03-29

Stanley Cup: Boston Bruins sweep NY Rangers in 2 games

1929-08-02

Phillies Don Hurst sets NL record of 6 consecutive games with a HR

1929-08-07

Ruth ties record by hitting grand slams in consecutive games

1929-10-14

Phila A's beat Chicago Cubs, 4 games to 1 in 26th World Series

1930-04-03

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep Boston Bruins in 2 games

1930-04-29

123 runs are scored in 7 major league games

1930-05-24

Ruth homers in both games of a doubleheader, giving him 9 in one week

1930-06-17

Chuck Klein sets Phillies hitting streak at 26 straight games

1930-07-23

Pitts Pie Traynor ends both games with HRs (1st in 9th, 2nd in 13th)

1930-08-03

2nd time in 1930, Chuck Klein of Phillies hits in 26 straight games

1930-08-08

St Louis Cards are 12 games back in NL, & go on to win pennant

1930-09-28

Lou Gehrig's errorless streak ends at 885 consecutive games

1930-10-08

Phila A's beat St Louis Cards, 4 games to 2 in 27th World Series

1931-03-26

Leo Bentley bowls 3 consecutive perfect games in Lorain, Ohio

1931-04-14

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 3 games to 2

1931-09-01

Gehrig hits his 3rd grand slam in 4 days & his 6th HR in consec games

1931-10-10

St Louis Cards beat Phila A's, 4 games to 3 in 28th World Series

1931-10-29

Lefty Grove, A's pitcher who won 31 games, is named the AL's MVP

1932-02-04

3rd Winter Olympic games open in Lake Placid, NY

1932-02-15

3rd Winter Olympic games close at Lake Placid, NY

1932-04-09

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs sweep NY Rangers in 3 games

1932-07-30

10th modern Olympic games opens in Los Angeles

1932-08-14

10th Olympic Games at Los Angeles closes

1932-08-21

Wes Ferrell is 1st to win 20 games in each of his 1st 4 seasons

1932-09-07

Earl Grace, ends NL catcher record streak of 110 cons errorless games

1933-04-13

Stanley Cup: NY Rangers beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 3 games to 1

1933-06-14

Lou Gehrig & Joe McCarthy thrown out of game, McCarthy suspended 3 games but Gehrig isn't, so he continues his streak at 1,249 games

1933-08-03

Yanks are shut out for 1st time after 308 games (since Aug 2, 1931)

1933-08-22

Bill Veeck urges midsummer inter-league games & a split season

1933-10-07

NY Giants beat Washington Senators, 4 games to 1 in 30th World Series

1934-03-10

Longest undefeated streak in Toronto Maple Leaf history (18 games)

1934-04-10

Stanley Cup: Chicago Blackhawks beat Detroit Red Wings, 3 games to 1

1934-10-09

St Louis Cards beat Detroit Tigers, 4 games to 3 in 31st World Series

1934-11-04

Pitts ends Detroit Lions' shutout streak at 7 games but loses 40-7

1934-12-11

NL votes to permit night baseball (up to 7 games per home team)

1934-12-22

Miss Theo Trowbridge sets female bowling record 702 pins in games

1935-04-09

Stanley Cup: Montreal Maroons sweep Toronto Maple Leafs in 3 games

1935-07-05

Chicago Cubs are 10½ games back in NL, & go on to win the pennant

1935-09-03

Andrew Varipapa sets bowling record of 2,652 points in 10 games

1935-10-07

Detroit Tigers beat Chicago Cubs, 4 games to 2 in 32nd World Series

1936-02-06

4th Winter Olympic games open in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

1936-02-16

4th Winter Olympic games close at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

1936-04-11

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 3 games to 1

1936-07-16

NY Giants are 10½ games back in NL, & go on to win pennant

1936-08-01

Adolf Hitler opens 11th Olympic Games in Berlin

1936-08-16

11th Olympic games closes in Berlin

1936-10-06

NY Yankees beat Giants 4 games to 2 in 33rd World Series

1937-02-04

Jim Margie, Philadelphia, bowls 900 in 3 (unsanctioned) games

1937-04-15

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat NY Rangers, 3 games to 2

1937-10-10

NY Yankees beat Giants 4 games to 1 in 34th World Series

1938-04-12

Stanley Cup: Chicago Blackhawks beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 3 games to 1

1938-07-20

Finland awarded 1940 Olympic games after Japan withdraws

1938-12-14

AL permits Cleveland & Philadelphia to play night games

1939-04-16

Stanley Cup: Boston Bruins beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 4 games to 1

1939-08-14

1st night games at Comiskey Park (White Sox 5, Browns 2)

1939-09-08

Indians Bob Feller, 20, is youngest pitcher to win 20 games

1940-04-13

Stanley Cup: NY Rangers beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 4 games to 2

1940-10-08

Cin Reds beat Detroit Tigers, 4 games to 3, in 37th World Series

1940-11-05

Walter Johnson, won 416 games for Wash Senators, loses Maryland congressional race (R)

1941-04-12

Stanley Cup: Boston Bruins sweep Detroit Red Wings in 4 games

1941-05-20

White Sox Taft Wright sets AL record of RBIs in 13 consecutive games

1941-07-25

Red Sox Lefty Grove becomes 12th to win 300 games (his last victory)

1941-08-03

Browns pitcher Johnny Niggling gets Joe DiMaggio in 4 at bats to stop DiMaggio's streak of 74 games in reaching base

1941-10-06

NY Yankees beat Dodgers 4 games to 1, in 38th World Series

1942-02-03

Baseball owners agree to permit each club up to 14 night games in 1942

1942-02-19

NY Yankees annouce 5,000 uniformed soldiers admitted free at each of their upcoming home games

1942-04-18

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 3

1942-05-18

NYC ends night baseball games for rest of WW II

1942-10-05

St Louis Cards beat NY Yankees, 4 games to 1, in 39th World Series

1943-04-08

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings sweep Boston Bruins in 4 games

1943-10-11

NY Yankees beat Cards 4 games to 1, in 40th World Series, to become 1st team to win 10 World Series

1944-04-13

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep Chicago Blackhawks in 4 games

1944-06-06

Baseball cancels all games honoring D-Day invasion

1944-07-29

Frank McCormick (Reds) HR off Ace Adams (Giants) in both games of DH

1944-10-04

1st All St Louis World Series, all games played at Sportsman's Park

1944-10-09

St Louis Cards beat St Louis Browns, 4 games to 2 in 41st World Series

1944-11-11

NY Rangers set NHL record of 25 games without a win (0-21-4)

1945-04-22

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 3

1945-05-18

Tigers & A's both have 7 straight games postponed due to rain

1945-07-06

Wash Senator Rick Ferrell catches a record 1,722 games

1945-07-12

Cubs stop Braves Tommy Holmes modern-day NL hitting streak at 37 games

1945-09-04

Ruben Fine wins 4 simultaneous rapid chess games blindfolded

1945-10-10

Detroit Tigers beat Chicago Cubs, 4 games to 3 in 42nd World Series

1946-04-09

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Boston Bruins, 4 games to 1

1946-06-09

NY Giant Mel Ott is 1st mgr ejected from both games of a doubleheader

1946-06-28

Permanent radio play-by-play of Cleve Indians games begins

1946-08-09

1st time all major-league baseball games (8) are played at night

1946-09-15

Dodgers beat Cubs 2-0 in 5 inns, games called because of gnats

1946-10-01

1st NL playoffs, Dodgers vs Cards (St Louis wins 2 games to 0)

1946-10-15

St Louis Cards beat Boston Red Sox, 4 games to 3 in 43rd World Series

1947-04-19

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 2

1947-04-22

1st NBA Championship: Phila Warriors beat Chicago Stags, 4 games to 2

1947-05-01

Cleve Indians abandon League Park to play all games at Municipal Stad

1947-09-12

Pirate Ralph Kiner hits his record 8th HR in 4 games

1947-10-06

NY Yankees beat Dodgers 4 games to 3, in 44th World Series

1948-01-30

5th Winter Olympic games open in St Moritz, Switzerland

1948-02-08

5th Winter Olympic games close at St Moritz, Switzerland

1948-04-14

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs sweep Detroit Red Wings in 4 games

1948-04-21

2nd NBA Championship: Balt Bullets beat Phila Warriors, 4 games to 2

1948-07-29

King George VI opens 14th modern Olympic games in London

1948-08-14

14th Olympic games close at London, Great Britain

1948-10-11

Cleve Indians beat Boston Braves, 4 games to 2 in 45th World Series

1949-03-10

Detroit Tiger pitcher Art Houtteman is critically injured in an auto accident but recovers to win 15 games in 1949

1949-04-13

3rd NBA Championship: Minn Lakers beat Wash Capitols, 4 games to 2

1949-04-16

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs sweep Detroit Red Wings in 4 games

1949-08-06

Luke Appling record of 2,154 (en route to 2,218) games at shortstop

1949-10-09

NY Yankees beat Dodgers 4 games to 1 in 46th World Series

1950-04-23

4th NBA Championship: Min Lakers beat Syracuse Nationals, 4 games to 2

1950-04-23

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat NY Rangers, 4 games to 3

1951-02-25

1st Pan American Games opens (Buenos Aires Argentina)

1951-04-21

5th NBA Championship: Rochester Royals beat NY Knicks, 4 games to 3

1951-04-21

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 1

1951-07-05

Dodgers sweep the Giants & lead by 7½ games (Giants will win pennant)

1951-08-11

NY Giants lose to go 13½ games behind Bkln Dodgers, later win pennant

1951-10-10

Yanks beat Giants 4 games to 2 in World Series, DiMaggio's final game

1951-12-08

AL alters its restrictions on night games, adopting NL's suspended game rule & lifting its ban on lights for Sunday games

1952-02-14

6th Olympic winter games open at Oslo, Norway

1952-02-25

6th Winter Olympic games close at Oslo, Norway

1952-04-15

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings sweep Montreal Canadiens in 4 games

1952-04-25

6th NBA Championship: Minneapolis Lakers beat NY Knicks, 4 games to 3

1952-07-19

15th modern Olympic games opens in Helsinki, Finland

1952-08-03

15th Olympic games close in Helsinki Finland

1952-10-07

NY Yankees beat Dodgers 4 games to 3 in 49th World Series

1953-01-08

Indians bar night games with Browns (who refuse to share TV receipts)

1953-01-31

NY, Cleveland, & Boston retaliate at Bill Veeck, forcing the Browns to play afternoon games to avoid sharing TV revenues

1953-04-10

7th NBA Championship: Minneapolis Lakers beat NY Knicks, 4 games to 1

1953-04-16

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Boston Bruins, 4 games to 1

1953-07-09

Phillies Robin Roberts ends streak of 28 consecutive complete games

1953-08-01

Red Sox Ben Flowers sets then record of 8 consecutive games in relief

1953-10-05

50th World Series sees NY Yankees beat Dodgers, 4 games to 2, as NY Billy Martin's 12 hits set record; Yanks win record 5th consec WS

1953-11-12

US district Judge Grim, rules NFL can black out TV home games

1954-01-23

Longest undefeated streak in Toronto Maple Leaf history (18 games)

1954-04-12

8th NBA Championship: Min Lakers beat Syracuse Nationals, 4 games to 3

1954-04-16

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 3

1954-09-09

Indians becomes 1st Cleveland team to win 100 games in a season

1954-09-13

Reds Ted Kluszewski scores a run in record 17 consecutive games

1954-09-25

Indians win AL record 111 games

1955-04-10

9th NBA Championship: Syrac Nats beat Ft Wayne Pistons, 4 games to 3

1955-04-14

Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 3

1955-08-05

After playing 274 straight games at 2nd base, Nellie Fox is given a day off he comes back next 798 consecutive games

1955-08-13

Larry Doby's ends AL record of 167 errorless games in outfield

1955-09-24

Washington Senators lose their 99th & 100th games of season

1956-01-26

7th Winter Olympic games open in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy

1956-01-27

NFL's NY Giants switches games from Polo Grounds to Yankee Stadium

1956-02-05

7th Winter Olympic games close at Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy

1956-04-07

10th NBA Championship: Ph Warriors beat Ft Wayne Pistons, 4 games to 1

1956-04-10

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 1

1956-05-19

Pirate Dale Long hits 9th-inning HR, 1st HR in 8 straight games

1956-05-28

Dale Long becomes 1st to hit HRs in 8 straight games

1956-11-22

16th modern Olympic games opens in Melbourne

1956-11-22

Bill Sharman (Boston) begins NBA free throw streak of 55 games

1956-12-08

16th Olympic games close at Melbourne, Australia

1956-12-27

Bill Sharman (Boston) ends NBA free throw streak of 55 games

1957-04-13

11th NBA Championship: Bost Celtics beat St Louis Hawks, 4 games to 3

1957-04-16

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Boston Bruins, 4 games to 1

1957-06-13

Ted Williams becomes 1st ALer to have 2, 3-HR games in a season

1957-10-10

Milwaukee Braves beat NY Yankees, 4 games to 3 in 54th World Series

1957-12-28

CBS states it won't broadcast baseball where minor league games are on

1958-01-15

NY Yankees sign million dollar plus deal to show 140 games on WPIX TV

1958-01-21

Phillies agree to televise 78 games into NYC (doesn't happen)

1958-04-12

12th NBA Championship: St Louis Hawks beat Bost Celtics, 4 games to 2

1958-04-20

Montreal Canadiens beat Boston Bruins 4 games to 2 for Stanley Cup

1958-05-02

Yanks threaten to broadcast games nationwide if NL goes ahead with plans to broadcast, games into NYC

1958-08-28

Nellie Fox sets record for consecutive games without striking out (98)

1958-09-13

Braves Warren Spahn is 1st lefty to win 20 or more games 9 times

1958-10-09

NY Yankees beat Braves 4 games to 3 in 55th World Series

1958-11-06

AL announces that KC will play AL record 52 night games in 1959

1958-11-11

AL announces Kansas City will play AL record 52 night games in 1959

1959-04-09

13th NBA Championship: Bost Celtics sweep Minn Lakers in 4 games Boston Celtics wins 8th straight title

1959-04-18

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 4 games to 1

1959-05-11

Yankee catcher Yogi Berra's errorless streak of 148 games ends

1959-06-22

Eddie Lubanski bowls 2 consecutive perfect games

1959-10-08

LA Dodgers beat Chicago White Sox, 4 games to 2 in 56th World Series

1959-10-21

Players Association approves 2 All-Star Games in 1960, to be held in KC & NY

1959-10-29

10 nation soccer league to play all games on NY Randalls Is, announced

1960-02-18

8th Winter Olympic games open in Squaw Valley, Cal

1960-02-28

8th winter Olympic games close at Squaw Valley, Cal

1960-04-09

14th NBA Championship: Bost Celtics beat St Louis Hawks, 4 games to 3

1960-04-14

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep Toronto Maple Leafs in 4 games

1960-09-11

17th Olympic games close in Rome Italy

1961-04-11

15th NBA Championship: Bos Celtics beat St Louis Hawks, 4 games to 1

1961-04-16

Stanley Cup: Chicago Blackhawks beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 2

1961-05-28

Record 27 HRs hit in 7 AL games

1961-06-15

Expansion Wash Senators are 30-30, latest date an expansion team will be at .500, Washington will lose their next 10 games

1961-06-23

Cubs Ernie Banks ends his 717 consecutive-games-played streak

1961-07-18

Commissioner Ford Frick rules Babe Ruth's record of 60 HR in 154-game sched in 1927, must be broken in 1st 154 of 162 games

1961-07-29

Phillies lose 1st of 23 straight games

1961-09-23

Ernie Banks ends 717 consecutive-games-played streak

1961-10-09

NY Yankees beat Cin Reds, 4 games to 1 in 58th World Series

1961-10-09

World Series scoreless pitching streak Yanks beat Reds 4 games to 1

1961-11-27

Gordie Howe becomes 1st to play in 1,000 NHL games

1962-02-02

1st pole vault over 16' (4.88m) (John Uelses-16', Melrose Games)

1962-04-18

16th NBA Championship: Boston Celtics beat LA Lakers, 4 games to 3

1962-04-22

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 2

1962-05-21

3 more Cleveland HR set AL record for most HR (26) over 8 games

1962-08-03

NY Met Frank Thomas hits his 6th HR in 3 games

1962-09-05

Cubs Ken Hubbs sets 2nd base record for consecutive errorless games at 78 & consecutive errorless chances (418), he errors in the 4th

1962-09-18

Bob Aspromonte sets NL 3rd baseman record of 57 cons errorless games

1962-10-16

Yanks (20th championship) beat SF Giants 4 games to 3 in World Series

1962-11-07

Glenn Hall set NHL record of 503 consecutive games as goalie

1963-04-18

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 1

1963-04-24

17th NBA Championship: Boston Celtics beat LA Lakers, 4 games to 2

1963-06-27

Phillies Johnny Callison hits for cycle, but Phillie centerfielder Tony Gonzalez's error ends his record 205 consecutive errorless games

1964-01-29

9th Winter Olympic games open in Innsbruck, Austria

1964-02-09

9th Winter Olympic games close at Innsbruck, Austria

1964-04-25

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 3

1964-04-26

18th NBA Championship: Boston Celtics beat SF Warriors, 4 games to 1

1964-05-30

Giants sweep Mets 5-3 & 8-6 in 23 inn, records include elapsed time of 9:50, 47 strikeouts, 7:22 for 2nd game & NY's 22 K's in 2nd games

1964-08-18

South Africa banned from Olympic Games because of apartheid policies

1964-08-23

St Louis Cards are 11 games back in NL, & win World Series

1964-10-10

18th modern Olympic games opens in Tokyo

1964-10-15

St Louis Cardinals beat NY Yankees, 4 games to 3 in 61st World Series

1964-10-24

18th Olympic games close at Tokyo, Japan

1965-04-25

19th NBA Championship: Boston Celtics beat LA Lakers, 4 games to 1

1965-05-01

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 3

1965-08-14

Continental Football League plays 1st games

1966-04-24

Atlanta Braves win NL-record 18 straight home games (17 in Milwaukee)

1966-04-28

20th NBA Championship: Boston Celtics beat LA Lakers, 4 games to 3

1966-05-05

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 2

1967-02-08

Longest losing streak in Toronto Maple Leaf history (10 games)

1967-04-21

Dodgers 1st rain out in Los Angeles (after 737 consecutive games)

1967-04-24

21st NBA Championship: Phila 76ers beat SF Warriors, 4 games to 2

1967-05-02

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 2

1967-06-04

Curt Flood's record 568 straight chances without an error ends (227 straight games)

1967-07-08

Helen Weston of Detroit rolls a record 4,585 in 24 games

1967-08-06

Minn Twin Dean Chance perfect games Boston Red Sox, 2-0 in 5 innings

1967-10-12

St Louis Cards beat Boston Red Sox, 4 games to 3 in 64th World Series as Lou Brock steals a record 7 bases in 1 World Series

1967-10-30

Arthur Allyn says White Sox will play 9 games in Milwaukee in 1968

1968-02-06

10th Winter Olympic games opens in Grenoble, France

1968-02-18

10th Winter Olympic games close at Grenoble, France

1968-02-24

Gary Unger begins NHL consecutive game record of 914 games

1968-05-02

22nd NBA Championship: Boston Celtics beat LA Lakers, 4 games to 2

1968-05-04

1st ABA championship: Pitts Pipers beat NO Buccaneers, 4 games to 3

1968-05-11

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep St Louis Blues in 4 games

1968-05-18

Frank Howard ties AL record with HR in his 6th consecutive game his 10 home runs in the most in 6 games

1968-05-19

Frank Howard fails to homer, after hitting 10 in 6 consecutive games

1968-06-10

AL games at Balt & Chicago postponed honoring Robert Kennedy

1968-10-10

Detroit Tigers beat St Louis Cards, 4 games to 3 in 65th World Series

1968-10-12

19th Olympic games open at Mexico City, Mexico

1968-10-26

George Foreman wins gold for USA at Mexico Olympic games (Heavyweight boxing)

1968-10-27

19th Olympic games close at Mexico City, Mexico

1969-04-08

Expansion teams Royals, Expos, Padres & Pilots win their 1st games

1969-05-04

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep St Louis Blues in 4 games

1969-05-05

23rd NBA Championship: Boston Celtics beat LA Lakers, 4 games to 3

1969-05-07

2nd ABA championship: Oakland Oaks beat Indiana Pacers, 4 games to 1

1969-06-29

On Billy Williams Day in Chicago, the Cubs outfielder passes Stan Musial's NL record for consecutive games played (896)

1969-08-14

NY Mets fall 9½ games back, later to win pennant

1969-10-04

Baseball's 1st divisional playoff games, Mets beat Braves 9-5 & Orioles beat Twins 4-3 in 12 innings

1970-03-04

NY Rangers set then NHL record of 126 games without being shut-out

1970-04-30

Cubs Billy Williams is 1st NLer to play in 1,000 consecutive games

1970-05-03

24th NBA Championship: NY Knicks beat LA Lakers, 4 games to 3

1970-05-25

3rd ABA Championship: Indiana Pacers beat LA Stars, 4 games to 2

1970-08-11

Jim Bunning becomes 2nd (Cy Young) to win 100 games in both leagues

1970-09-03

After NL record 1,117 consec games, Billy Williams asks to sit out

1970-09-07

White Sox use record 41 players in doubleheader & lose both games

1970-09-27

Ken Boswell sets 2nd baseman record of 85 games without an error

1970-10-15

Baltimore Orioles beat Cin Reds, 4 games to 1 in 67th World Series

1971-01-23

UCLA loses to Notre Dame, UCLA then wins next 88 games in a row

1971-04-27

Curt Flood resigns Senators after 13 games & departs for Denmark

1971-04-30

25th NBA Championship: Milwaukee beat Balt Bullets in 4 games

1971-05-18

4th ABA Championship: Utah Stars beat Kentucky Colonels, 4 games to 3

1971-05-18

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 3

1971-09-26

Jim Palmer is 4th Oriole to win at least 20 games this season

1971-10-17

Pittsburgh Pirates beat Balt Orioles, 4 games to 3 in 68th World Series

1972-02-03

11th Winter Olympic games opens in Sapporo, Japan (1st in Asia)

1972-02-13

11th Winter Olympic games close at Sapporo, Japan

1972-03-18

Cornell NCAA hockey team shut out for 1st time in 225 games (Boston U)

1972-03-26

LA Lakers broke NBA record by winning 69 of 82 games (69-13)

1972-05-07

26th NBA Championship: LA Lakers beat NY Knicks, 4 games to 1

1972-05-11

Stanley Cup: Boston Bruins beat NY Rangers, 4 games to 2

1972-05-20

5th ABA Championship: Indiana Pacers beat NY Nets, 4 games to 2

1972-06-04

Record 8 shutouts pitched in 16 major league games (AL=5, NL=3)

1972-06-30

Cincinnati Reds are 11 games back in NL, & go on to win pennant

1972-08-05

Detroit shortstop Ed Brinkman errors ends record streak of 72 games & 331 total chances without a miscue

1972-08-26

20th Olympic games open at Munich German FR

1972-09-10

20th Olympic games close at Munich, German FR

1972-10-01

1st games of World Hockey Association

1972-10-22

Oakland A's 1st championship; beat Reds, 4 games to 3 in World Series

1972-12-23

Islanders end 15 games winless streak

1973-05-06

1st WHA championship, New England Whalers beat Win Jets, 4 games to 1

1973-05-10

27th NBA Championship: NY Knicks beat LA Lakers, 4 games to 1

1973-05-10

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 2

1973-05-12

6th ABA championship: Indiana Pacers beat Ky Colonels, 4 games to 3

1973-07-08

NY Mets are 12½ games back in NL and go on to win pennant

1973-07-09

9th Maccabiah games opens in Tel Aviv, Israel

1973-07-20

Chic's Wilbur Wood starts & loses both games of a doubleheader with NY Yankees, 12-2, & 7-0

1973-09-21

NY Mets go into 1st place (at .500) after trailing 12½ games

1973-10-11

Oakland beats Baltimore 3 games to 2 to win AL pennant

1973-11-16

John Lennon releases "Mind Games" album

1973-12-27

LA Dodgers announce night games will start at 7:30 instead of 8

1974-05-06

A's pitcher Paul Lindblad makes an errant throw in 1st inning of 6-3 loss to Balt ends his record streak of 385 consecutive errorless games

1974-05-10

7th ABA championship: NY Nets beats Utah Stars, 4 games to 1

1974-05-12

28th NBA Championship: Boston Celtics beat Milwaukee, 4 games to 3

1974-05-19

Stanley Cup: Phila Flyers beat Boston Bruins, 4 games to 2

1974-07-07

Brewer Don Money sets record of consec errorless games at 3rd (78)

1974-07-11

World Football League plays 1st games

1974-07-14

Billy Martin is 1st AL manager ejected by ump from 2 games in 1 day

1974-10-17

Oakland A's beat LA Dodgers, 4 games to 1 in 71st World Series makes A's only team other than Yanks to win 3 straight series

1975-05-05

A's release pinch runner Herb Washington (played 104 games without batting, pitching, or fielding He stole 30 bases, & scored 33 runs)

1975-05-11

Flyers 1-Isles 2-Semifinals-Series tied at 3 games

1975-05-22

8th ABA Championship: Kentucky Colonels beat Ind Pacers, 4 games to 1

1975-05-25

29th NBA Championship: Golden Warriors sweep Wash Bullets in 4 games

1975-05-27

Stanley Cup: Phila Flyers beat Buffalo Sabres, 4 games to 2

1975-09-14

Robin Yount breaks Mel Ott's record, playing in 242 games as a teen

1975-10-22

Cin Reds beat Boston Red Sox, 4 games to 3 in 72nd World Series

1975-10-26

Cuba beats Mexico for its 4th Pan Am Games Gold Medal in baseball

1975-10-28

Calvin Murphy (Houston) begins NBA free throw streak of 58 games

1975-11-18

Calvin Murphy (Houston) ends NBA free throw streak of 58 games

1976-02-04

12th Winter Olympic games opens in Innsbruck, Austria

1976-02-15

12th Winter Olympic games close at Innsbruck, Austria

1976-05-13

9th & final ABA championship: NY Nets beat Denver Nuggets, 4 games to 2

1976-05-16

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep Phila Flyers in 4 games

1976-06-06

30th NBA Championship: Boston Celtics beat Phoenix Suns, 4 games to 2

1976-07-08

Randy Jones wins NL record 16 games before All Star break

1976-07-17

21st modern Olympic games opens in Montreal

1976-07-18

Nadia Comăneci became the first person in Olympic Games history to score a perfect 10 in gymnastics at the 1976 Summer Olympics.

1976-08-01

21st Olympic games close at Montreal Canada

1977-01-03

Lindy McDaniel retires with 2nd most pitching appearances (987 games)

1977-04-01

NFL decides to experiment with a 7th official in some preseason games

1977-04-02

Mont Canadiens set NHL record of 34 straight home games without a lose

1977-04-23

Czech chess master Vlastimil Hort plays 201 games simultaneously & only loses 10

1977-05-14

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep Boston Bruins in 4 games

1977-06-05

31st NBA Championship: Port Trailblazers beat Phila 76er, 4 games to 2

1977-09-16

Seattle beats Royals, 4-1, to end KC's winning streak at 16 games

1977-10-01

Brazilian soccer great Pele retires with 1,281 goals in 1,363 games

1977-10-18

NY Yankees win their 21st World Championship, 4 games

1978-04-09

Denver's David Thompson scores 73 points & San Antonio's George Gervin scores 63 points in separate NBA games (33 in 1 quarter)

1978-04-23

Reds Joe Morgan ends record streak of 91 cons errorless games at 2nd

1978-05-02

NBA championship: Portland Trailblazers win in 4 games

1978-05-25

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Boston Bruins, 4 games to 2

1978-06-07

32nd NBA Championship: Wash Bullets beat Sea Supersonics, 4 games to 3

1978-07-24

Pete Rose ties NL hitting streak of 37 games

1978-07-25

Cin Red Pete Rose sets NL record hitting in 38 consecutive games

1978-07-31

NY Yanks now 7½ out of 1st, picked up 7 games in previous 2 weeks

1978-08-01

Braves stop Reds Pete Rose's hitting streak at 44 games

1978-09-13

NY Yanks win to gain sole possession of 1st place from 14 games back

1978-09-15

Yanks beat Boston 4-0, Guidry wins # 22, Yanks lead 2½ games

1978-10-13

Graig Nettles at 3rd makes many spectactular plays in WS game 3 as Guidry beats Dodgers, after trailing 2 games to 0 Yanks win next 4

1978-10-17

NY Islanders start a streak of 23 undefeated games at home (15-0-8)

1978-10-17

NY Yankees beat Dodgers, 4 games to 2 in 75th World Series

1978-11-05

Oakland Raider's John Madden becomes 13th coach to win 100 NFL games

1979-01-27

Islanders ends 23 undefeated games at home streak (15-0-8)

1979-05-21

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat NY Rangers, 4 games to 1

1979-06-01

33rd NBA Championship: Sea Supersonics beat Wash Bullets, 4 games to 1

1979-09-30

Milwaukee Brewers lose 5-0 ending 213 straight games without a shutout

1979-10-17

Pittsburgh Pirates beat Balt Orioles, 4 games to 3 in 76th World Series

1980-01-06

Phil Flyers set NHL record of 35 straight games without a defeat

1980-01-12

Mike Bratz (Phoenix) begins NBA free throw streak of 57 games

1980-02-14

13th Winter Olympic games open in Lake Placid, NY

1980-02-23

13th Winter Olympic games close at Lake Placid, NY

1980-03-02

Mike Bratz (Phoenix) ends NBA free throw streak of 57 games

1980-04-01

Baseball Players' Association votes to cancel 92 remaining exhibition games

1980-04-12

US Olympic Committee endorses a boycott of the Moscow Olympic games

1980-05-03

Texas Ranger Ferguson Jenkins becomes 4th to win 100 games in AL & NL

1980-05-16

34th NBA Championship: LA Lakers beat Phila 76ers, 4 games to 2

1980-05-24

Stanley Cup: NY Islanders beat Phila Flyers, 4 games to 2

1980-05-30

Twins Ken Landreaux ends his hitting streak after 31 games

1980-06-03

ESPN begins televising college world series games

1980-07-19

22nd modern Olympic games opens in Moscow; US & others boycott

1980-08-03

22nd Olympic games close at Moscow, USSR

1980-09-06

College football longest losing streak of 50 games ends for

1980-11-18

Despite missing 45 games, George Brett wins AL MVP

1981-01-23

Mike Bossy becomes 1st in NHL to score 50 goals in 50 games

1981-04-25

Mariners mgr Maury Wills is suspended for 2 games after ordering Seattle's grounds crew to enlarge batter's boxes by one foot

1981-05-14

35th NBA Championship: Bost Celtics beat Houston Rockets, 4 games to 2

1981-05-21

Stanley Cup: NY Islanders beat Minnesota North Stars, 4 games to 1

1981-05-30

LA Dodgers are quickest to get 1,000,000 attendence (22 games)

1981-10-11

Expos beat Phillies, 3 games to 2, in NLCS

1981-10-15

NY Yankees capture 33rd AL pennant, sweeping 3 games from Oakland A's

1981-10-26

LA Dodgers beat NY Yankees, 4 games to 2 in 78th World Series

1981-10-28

NY Yankee George Frazier loses 3 World Series games

1982-04-20

Atlanta Braves become 1st team to win 1st 12 games of the season

1982-04-22

Atlanta Braves lose after winning 1st 13 games of season

1982-05-06

Seattle Mariner Gaylord Perry becomes 15th pitcher to win 300 games

1982-05-16

Stanley Cup: NY Islanders sweep Vancouver Canucks in 4 games

1982-06-07

LA Dodger Steve Garvey is 5th to play in 1,000 consecutive games

1982-06-08

36th NBA Championship: LA Lakers beat Phila 76ers, 4 games to 2

1982-06-20

Pete Rose is 5th to appear in 3,000 games (Cobb, Musial, Aaron, Yaz)

1982-08-28

The first Gay Games are held in San Francisco.

1982-10-17

Robin Yount is 1st to have 2 4-hit games in a World Series

1982-10-20

St Louis Cards beat Milwaukee Brewers, 4 games to 3 in 79th World Series

1982-12-12

"Snowplow Game", after a snowstorm holds both New England and Miami scoreless, Mark Henderson, a convict on work release, on order of Patriots coach Ron Meyer, clears the path for John Smith's attempt, which wins the game for the Patriots, 3-0 (the practice of using snow plows during games is later banned)

1983-04-16

Steve Garvey sets NL record by playing in 1,118 consecutive games

1983-05-17

Stanley Cup: NY Islanders sweep Edmonton Oilers in 4 games

1983-05-31

37th NBA Championship: Phila 76ers sweep LA Lakers in 4 games

1983-07-22

Angels OF Brian Downing error ends his record streak at 244 games

1983-08-24

Cin Red Pete Rose ends consecutive games played streak at 745

1983-10-15

Columbia beats Yale 21-18 in football, will lose next 44 games

1983-10-16

Balt Orioles beat Philadelphia Phillies, 4 games to 3 in 80th World Series

1984-02-08

14th Winter Olympic games opens in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia

1984-02-19

14th winter Olympic games close at Sarajevo, Yugoslavia

1984-03-02

John Long (Detroit) begins NBA free throw streak of 51 games

1984-04-10

John Long (Detroit) ends NBA free throw streak of 51 games

1984-05-19

Stanley Cup: Edmonton Oilers beat NY Islanders, 4 games to 1

1984-06-10

38th NBA Championship: Boston Celtics beat LA Lakers, 4 games to 3

1984-06-30

Longest pro football game, LA Express beats Mich Panthers 27-21 in USFL playoffs, games lasts 93 minutes 33 seconds

1984-07-28

23rd modern Olympic games opens in Los Angeles

1984-08-12

23rd Olympic games close at Los Angeles, Calif

1984-09-17

Dwight Gooden ties record of 32 strikeouts in consecutive games

1984-09-23

SF 49er Joe Montana misses his 1st start in 49 games

1984-09-23

Sparky Anderson is 1st manager to win 100 games in both leagues

1984-10-14

Detroit Tigers beat SD Padres, 4 games to 1 in 81st World Series

1985-03-10

Dallas Maverick coach Dick Motta is 4th NBA coach to win 700 games

1985-04-03

Players' Association agrees to expand LCS from 5 to 7 games

1985-05-20

Indians-Brewers game at Cleve Stadium is 1st rain-out of 1985, ends record string of 458 ML games since Opening Day without a rain-out

1985-05-30

Stanley Cup: Edmonton Oilers beat Phila Flyers, 4 games to 1

1985-06-09

39th NBA Championship: LA Lakers beat Boston Celtics, 4 games to 2

1985-08-23

Paul Hornung awarded $1,160,000 by a Louisville court against NCAA who barred him as a college football analyst for betting on games

1985-08-25

Met Dwight Gooden becomes youngest pitcher to win 20 games (20y 9m 9d)

1985-09-04

NY Mets Gary Carter's 2 HRs ties record of 5 HRs in 2 games

1985-09-22

St Louis Cardinals set an unusual streak record by winning 9 of 10 games, each pitched by a different man

1985-10-06

Yankee Phil Niekro becomes 18th pitcher to win 300 games & also at 46 becomes oldest to pitch a shut-out beating Toronto 8-0

1985-10-27

KC Royals beat St Louis Cards, 4 games to 3 in 82nd World Series

1985-10-29

Cards' Joaquin Andujar suspended for 10 games for bumping an ump

1985-12-09

Jerry Rice begins NFL streak of 100+ consecutive games with a reception

1986-04-30

Mariners strike out 16 times, set record of 36 in 2 consecutive games

1986-05-24

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Calgary Flames, 4 games to 1

1986-06-08

40th NBA Championship: Boston Celtics beat Hous Rockets, 4 games to 2

1986-06-18

Don Sutton becomes 19th pitcher to win 300 games

1986-06-29

Sparky Anderson is 1st to win 600 games as manager in both leagues

1986-07-13

Zola Budd and Annette Cowley are banned from the Commonwealth Games, a direct consequence of Britain's refusal to support economic sanctions against the apartheid government of South Africa

1986-09-22

LA Dodger Fernando Valenzuela is 1st Mexican to win 20 games

1986-10-07

Steve Yzerman is named captain of the Detroit Red Wings, a title he would hold for over 1,300 games

1986-10-27

NY Mets beat Boston Red Sox, 4 games to 3 in 83rd World Series

1986-12-26

Doug Jarvis, 31, sets NHL record of 916 consecutive games

1986-12-26

Mark Messier is suspended for 10 games for instigating a fight with Jamie Macoun and breaking his cheekbone

1987-01-08

Jack Sikma (Milwaukee) begins NBA free throw streak of 51 games

1987-04-21

Brewers lose, ending AL season-opening winning streak at 13 games

1987-05-01

46 HRs hit in 13 baseball games

1987-05-05

Detroit Tigers are 11 games back in AL, but go on to win AL East

1987-05-09

Oriole Eddie Murray is 1st to switch hit HRs in 2 consecutive games

1987-05-29

Robin Ventura set a college baseball record with hits in 57 games

1987-05-31

Stanley Cup: Edmonton Oilers beat Phila Flyers, 4 games to 3

1987-06-14

41st NBA Championship: LA Lakers beat Boston Celtics, 4 games to 2

1987-07-16

Don Mattingly hits his 4th grand slam of season & ties AL record of homers in 6 straight games (on way to tie major league record of 8)

1987-07-17

Don Mattingly is 2nd to hit HRs in 7 straight AL games (en route to 8)

1987-07-18

NY Yanks Don Mattingly ties record of HRs in 8 cons games

1987-07-19

Don Mattingly sets AL record of extra base hits in 10 cons games

1987-08-15

At Pan Am games in Indianapolis, USA & Cuba are tied with 2 outs in 9th, Ty Griffin HR, Cuba 1st loss in 20 years of Pan Am competition

1987-08-17

Bunt single gives Paul Molitor longest hit streak of 1980s at 32 games

1987-08-26

Paul Molitor goes 0-for-4 ends hitting streak at 39 consecutive games

1987-09-14

Cal Ripken's streak of 8,243 consecutive innings (908 games) is broken

1987-09-26

Padres Benito Santiago sets rookie hitting streak to 28 games

1987-10-04

Blues Jays lose final 7 games allowing Tigers to win AL pennant

1987-10-14

St Louis Cards beat SF Giants, 4 games to 3 in NLCS

1987-10-25

Minnesota Twins win their 1st World Series championship beating St Louis Cards, 4 games to 3 in 84th World Series

1987-12-08

Jack Sikma (Milwaukee) begins NBA free throw streak of 51 games

1988-01-25

Longest winless streak in Toronto Maple Leaf history (15 games)

1988-02-13

15th Winter Olympic games opens at Calgary, Canada

1988-02-23

Chicago gives Cubs right to install lights & play up to 18 night games

1988-02-28

15th Winter Olympic games close at Calgary, Canada

1988-04-21

1st four-day games in County Cricket Championship commence

1988-04-28

Baltimore Orioles lose AL record 21 games in a row

1988-05-08

Amateur referees work NJ Devil-Boston Bruin playoff games, as NHL referees walk-off, due to a restraining order brought by Devils

1988-05-26

Stanley Cup: Edmonton Oilers sweep Boston Bruins in 4 games

1988-06-13

Boston Red Sox are 10 games back in AL, & go on to win AL East

1988-06-21

42nd NBA Championship: LA Lakers beat Detroit Pistons, 4 games to 3

1988-07-26

Mike Schmidt sets NL record appearing in 2,155 games at 3rd base, as Phillies & NY Mets end that game at 2:13 AM

1988-08-13

Boston Red Sox win AL record 24 straight home games

1988-08-30

Kent Tekulve is 2nd pitcher in majors to appear in 1,000 games

1988-09-09

Braves Bruce Sutter joins Fingers & Gossage to save 300 games

1988-09-17

24th Olympic games open at Seoul, Korea

1988-10-02

24th Olympic games close at Seoul, Korea

1988-10-06

Oakland A's sweep Boston Red Sox in 4 games for AL pennant

1988-10-09

Dennis Eckersley, 1st to save all 4 games in a championship series

1988-10-20

LA Dodgers beat Oakland A's in baseball's 85th World Series 4 games to 1

1988-12-17

Bryan Murray becomes 17th NHL coach to win 300 games (Wash Caps)

1989-01-05

Baseball signs $400M with ESPN, showing 175 games in 1990

1989-01-27

Kevin Johnson (Phoenix) begins NBA free throw streak of 57 games

1989-02-09

Kevin Johnson (Phoenix) ends NBA free throw streak of 57 games

1989-04-02

Yanks beat Mets 4-0, sweeping 1989 mayor's trophy series in 2 games

1989-05-09

NY Mets Kevin Elster, errors after 88 errorless games at shortstop

1989-05-09

NY Mets Rick Cerone, errors after 159 errorless games as catcher

1989-05-25

Stanley Cup: Calgary Flames beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 2

1989-06-13

43rd NBA Championship: Detroit Pistons sweeps LA Lakers in 4 games

1989-07-05

Toronto Blue Jays are 10 games back in AL, & go on to win AL East

1989-10-07

Rickey Henderson steals a record 8 bases in a play off (5 games)

1989-10-19

"Dangerous Games" opens at Nederlander Theater NYC for 4 performances

1989-10-19

Astor Piazzolla & Wm Finn's musical "Dangerous Games" premieres in NYC

1989-10-21

"Dangerous Games" closes at Nederlander Theater NYC after 4 perfs

1989-11-15

Walter Davis (Denver) begins NBA free throw streak of 53 games

1989-12-13

Walter Davis (Denver) ends NBA free throw streak of 53 games

1989-12-19

Larry Bird (Celtics) begins NBA free throw streak of 71 games

1989-12-27

Oregon begins taking bids on NBA games

1990-02-13

Larry Bird (Celtics) ends NBA free throw streak of 71 games

1990-03-01

Steve Jackson Games is raided by the United States Secret Service, prompting the later formation of the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

1990-03-22

The ML umpires announce that they will boycott exhibition games

1990-05-24

Stanley Cup: Edmonton Oilers beat Boston Bruins, 4 games to 1

1990-06-09

Dodger Eddie Murray ties Mickey Mantle with baseball's switch hit HRs in 10 games

1990-06-14

44th NBA Championship: Det Pistons beat Por Trailblazers, 4 games to 1

1990-07-21

Goodwill Games opens in Seattle Wash

1990-07-26

US beats Soviet Union 17-0 in baseball at Goodwill Games

1990-07-31

Nolan Ryan becomes 20th major league pitcher to win 300 games

1990-09-10

1st time in NY Yankee history they are completely swept season series, Oakland A's beat them 12 games to 0

1990-10-10

Oakland A's sweep Red Sox in 4 games to win ALCS

1990-11-25

NFL's NY Giants & SF 49ers after winning their 1st 10 games both

1990-12-22

Paul Coffey becomes the second NHL defenceman to record 1000 points, doing so in a record-breaking 770 games

1991-01-09

Dean Smith of NC is 6th to win 700 career coaching basketball games

1991-01-25

Brett Hull is 3rd NHLer to score 50 goals in less than 50 games (49)

1991-02-23

NC is 1st NCAA basketball team to win 1,500 games

1991-03-05

Reggie Miller (Indiana) begins NBA free throw streak of 52 games

1991-03-09

Joe Dumaars (Detroit) begins NBA free throw streak of 62 games

1991-03-16

NJ Net coach Bill Fitch is 4th coach to win 800 NBA games

1991-03-18

Reggie Miller (Indiana) ends NBA free throw streak of 52 games

1991-03-23

1st World League of American Football games, London beats Frankfurt 24-11, Sacramento beats Raleigh-Dur 9-3 & Mont beats Birmingham 20-5

1991-03-30

1st exhibition baseball games at Joe Robbie Stadium (Yanks-Orioles)

1991-04-05

Joe Dumaars (Detroit) ends NBA free throw streak of 62 games

1991-04-15

Ton Sijbrands improves world record blind checker games (15 wins)

1991-05-03

Cam Neely is injured on a cheap shot by Ulf Samuelsson, an injury that would limit him to only 162 games for the remainder of his NHL career and force him to retire at 31

1991-05-25

Stanley Cup: Pittsburgh Penguins beat Minn North Star, 4 games to 2

1991-06-12

45th NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls beat LA Lakers, 4 games to 1

1991-06-16

Minnesota Twins win a team record 15 games in a row

1991-08-03

Pan Am games open in Havana

1991-08-04

1st time Seattle Mariners are 9 games over .500

1991-08-06

Debbie Doom (US) pitches 2nd consecutive perfect game in women's softball at the Pan American Games, beats Nicaragua, 8-0

1991-08-18

Pan Am games closes in Havana

1991-08-25

Cubs Doug Dascenzo commits his 1st career error after 242 games

1991-09-28

NY Yankees set record of 75 games without a complete pitched game

1991-10-13

Minnesota Twins win AL pennant beating Toronto in 5 games

1991-10-17

Atlanta Braves beat Pittsburgh Pirates for NL pennant in 7 games

1991-11-23

Sacramento Kings ends NBA's longest road losing streak at 43 games

1991-12-13

Ricky Pierce (Seattle) ends NBA free throw streak of 75 games

1992-02-08

16th Winter Olympic games opens in Albertville, France

1992-02-23

16th Winter Olympic games closes in Albertville, France

1992-04-01

NFL decides to stay with 17 week schedule instead of expanded 18 games

1992-04-12

NY Mets lose 1st 3 home games for 1st time since 1962

1992-04-15

NY Islander, Al Arbour, coaches most NHL games (1,438)

1992-05-01

LA Dodgers postpone 3 games due to racial riots over Rodney King beating

1992-05-06

NY Met Anthony Young begins losing streak of at least 26 games

1992-05-17

Expos Gary Carter is 3rd to catch 2,000 games (joins Boone & Fisk)

1992-05-29

NY Mets score in 9th to end home shut-out streak at 3 games

1992-06-01

Stanley Cup: Pittsburgh Penguins sweep Chicago Blackhawks in 4 games

1992-06-14

46th NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls beat Port Trailblazers, 4 games to 2

1992-07-25

25th Olympic Summer games opens in Barcelona, Spain

1992-08-09

25th Olympic Summer games closes in Barcelona, Spain

1992-10-14

Atlanta Braves beat Pittsburgh Pirates in 7 games for NL pennant

1992-10-24

Toronto Blue Jays beat Atl Braves, 4 games to 2, in 88th World Series

1992-11-01

NY Jet Al Toon becomes 10th NFL to catch a pass in 100 straight games

1993-06-09

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat LA Kings, 4 games to 1

1993-06-18

Expo's Dennis Martinez is 92nd to win 200 games

1993-06-20

47th NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls beat Phoenix Suns, 4 games to 2

1993-06-28

Carlton Fisk, 45, released by White Sox, as all time leader of most games caught & most HRs by a catcher

1993-07-16

SF outfielder Darren Lewis sets record of 267 consec errorless games

1993-07-27

NY Met Anthony Young wins ending his losing streak at 27 games

1993-07-28

Mariner Ken Griffey Jr is 3rd to hit HRs in 8 straight games

1993-09-19

Tom Glavine wins 20 games in 3 straight years

1993-09-28

Dennis Martinez is 7th to win 100 games in AL & NL

1993-10-23

Tor Blue Jays beat Philadelphia Phillies, 4 games to 2, in 89th World Series

1993-10-26

NJ Devils lose 2-0 to Montreal, after winning 1st 7 games of 1993

1994-01-23

Bernie Kosar is 2nd QB to throw TD passes in AFC & NFC Champ games

1994-02-12

17th Winter Olympic games opens in Lillehammer, Norway

1994-02-27

17th Winter Olympic games closes in Lillehammer, Norway

1994-04-21

Eddie Murray sets record for switch hit HRS in a games (11 times)

1994-06-14

Stanley Cup: NY Rangers beat Vancouver Canucks, 4 games to 3

1994-06-18

Gay Games open in NYC

1994-06-19

Tigers tie record of hitting HRs in 25th consecutive games

1994-06-22

48th NBA Championship: Houston Rockets beat NY Knicks, 4 games to 3

1994-06-25

Gay Games close in NYC

1994-06-30

Giants outfielder Darren Lewis errors after record 392 flawless games

1994-07-16

Baseball Night in America premieres (no Saturday day games)

1994-07-23

Goodwill Games open in St Petersburg

1995-05-20

Twins Marty Cordova ties rookie record of HRs in 5 consecutive games

1995-06-14

49th NBA Championship: Houston Rockets sweep Orlando Magic in 4 games

1995-06-24

Stanley Cup: NJ Devils sweep Detroit Red Wings in 4 games

1995-09-05

Cal Ripken Jr ties Gehrig's record of playing in 2,130 straight games

1995-09-06

Cal Ripken Jr breaks Gehrig's record, plays in 2,131 straight games

1995-09-10

Browns & Indians, play simultaneous regular season games in Cleve for only time, Browns 22-6 over Tampa, Indians 5-3 over Orioles

1995-09-19

Padres Ken Caminiti switch hits HRs in 3rd of 4 games

1995-09-29

Indians break 1902 Pirates record for largest lead over 2nd-place team (KC) (27½ games)

1995-10-28

Atlanta Braves beat Cleveland Indians in 6 games in World Series

1996-04-11

Detroit Red Wings become 2nd NHL team to win 60 games in a season

1996-04-14

Detroit Red Wings win NHL record 62 games

1996-04-20

Chicago Bulls win record 72 games in a season

1996-04-21

Chicago Bulls win NBA record 72 games (72-8)

1996-05-10

2 US Marine helicopters collided during joint US & British war games

1996-06-10

Stanley Cup: Colo Avalanche sweep Florida Panthers in 4 games

1996-06-16

50th NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls beat Seat Supersonic, 4 games to 2

1996-07-15

After 2,216 consecutive games at shortstop, Cal Ripkin goes to 3rd

1996-07-19

XXVI Olympic games open in Atlanta Georgia

1996-08-04

26th Olympic games closes at Atlanta, Georgia

1996-09-28

Orioles' Roberto Alomar suspended 5 games for spitting at ump

1996-09-28

Troy Davis of Iowa State ran for 378 yards, 3rd highest in college football games (others: Michigan, Notre Dame, Texas & Alabama)

1997-02-02

Scotty Bowman becomes first coach in NHL history to win 1,000 games

1997-04-13

Travis Fryman homers off R Hernandez in both games of double header 1st time since 1961 that 2 doubleheaders are played in the same city Giants vs Mets & Oakland A's vs Yankees in NY

1997-04-20

Cubs beat NY Mets ending NL worst opening, lost 14 straight games

1997-04-30

Atlanta Braves win record 19 games in April

1997-05-13

Eddie Murray is 6th baseball player to play in 3,000 games

1997-05-25

Todd & Mel Stottlemyre become 1st father & son to win 100 games

1997-06-13

51st NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls beat Utah Jazz 4, games to 2

1997-10-11

Dennis Rodman returns from 2nd longest NBA suspension (11 games)

1997-10-14

Florida Marlins beat Atlanta Braves 4 games to 1 in NLCS

1997-10-15

Cleve Indians beat Balt Orioles 4 games to 2 in ALCS

1997-10-22

Cleve Marquis Grissom World Series hitting streak ends after 15 games

1997-10-26

World Series: Fla Marlins beat Cleve Indians, 4 games to 3

1997-11-18

Mavericks' A C Green ties Randy Smith's NBA record of 906 cons games

1997-11-20

Mavericks' A C Green sets NBA record of 907 consecutive games played

1997-12-23

Chicago Bulls coach Phil Jackson is quickest to reach 500 wins (682 games)

1998-01-13

CBS pays $4 billion to televise AFC games for 8-years

1998-02-07

18th Winter Olympic games open at Nagano Japan

1998-02-22

18th Winter Olympic games close at Nagano Japan

1998-06-14

52nd NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls beat Utah Jazz, 4 games to 2

1998-08-01

-8] Gay & Lesbian Games #5 open in Amsterdam

1998-09-11

Opening ceremony for the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Malaysia is the first Asian country to host the games.

1999-06-25

53rd NBA Championship: San Antonio Spurs beat New York Knicks, 4 games to 1

2000-06-19

54th NBA Championship: Los Angeles Lakers beat Indiana Pacers, 4 games to 2

2000-10-01

Juan Antonio Samaranch, the chairman of the IOC declares Sydney the "best Olympic Games ever"

2001-06-15

55th NBA Championship: Los Angeles Lakers beat Philadelphia 76ers, 4 games to 1

2002-05-31

The New Jersey Nets defeat the Boston Celtics 96-88 in Game 6 of the NBA's Eastern Conference Championship, winning the series 4 games to 2 to advance to their first NBA Finals appearance.

2002-06-12

56th NBA Championship: Los Angeles Lakers beat New Jersey Nets, 4 games to 0

2003-06-15

57th NBA Championship: San Antonio Spurs beat New Jersey Nets, 4 games to 2

2004-06-15

58th NBA Championship: Detroit Pistons beat Los Angeles Lakers, 4 games to 1

2005-06-23

59th NBA Championship: San Antonio Spurs beat Detroit Pistons, 4 games to 3

2006-06-20

60th NBA Championship: Miami Heat beat Dallas Mavericks, 4 games to 2

2007-06-14

61st NBA Championship: San Antonio Spurs beat Cleveland Cavaliers, 4 games to 0

2008-06-17

62nd NBA Championship: Boston Celtics beat Los Angeles Lakers, 4 games to 2

2008-12-25

Phil Jackson becomes the sixth coach in NBA history to win 1,000 games

2009-06-14

63rd NBA Championship: Los Angeles Lakers beat Orlando Magic, 4 games to 1

2010-06-17

64th NBA Championship: Los Angeles Lakers beat Boston Celtics, 4 games to 3

2010-08-14

2010 Summer Youth Olympic Games, first ever Youth Olympics, officially starts in Singapore.

2011-06-12

65th NBA Championship: Dallas Mavericks beat Miami Heat, 4 games to 2

2012-06-21

Miami Heat win the 2012 NBA finals after defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder 4 games to one

2012-06-21

66th NBA Championship: Miami Heat beat Oklahoma City Thunder, 4 games to 1

2012-08-12

The 2012 Summer Olympics closing ceremony completes the games

2012-10-25

The double dip recession in the UK economy ends with growth of 1.0% in GDP in the third quarter of 2012, with help from the London Olympic Games

2012-11-24

The continued NHL lockout results in all games to December 14 being cancelled

2012-12-21

The NHL announces a further cancellation of games until January 14 brining the total number of cancelled games to 625

2013-01-20

The San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens win the NFC and AFC championship games to reach Super Bowl XLVII

2013-04-06

Bayern Munich win their 23rd German Bundesliga title with 6 games to spare

2013-06-20

67th NBA Championship: Miami Heat beat San Antonio Spurs, 4 games to 3

2013-08-05

Alex Rodriquez, New York Yankee MLB player, is banned for 211 games for using human growth hormones

2014-06-13

Los Angeles Kings defeat the New York Rangers to win the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals in 5 games

2014-07-23

2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow holds its opening ceremony

2016-02-25

Curry Ties NBA Record, Now Has 3s in 127 Consecutive Games

2016-03-03

Fewer than half Rio Games tickets sold: organizers

2016-05-18

Odor Suspended for 8 Games and Bautista for 1 for Brawl

2016-06-10

MLB suspends Yordano Ventura 9 games, Manny Machado 4 games for bench-clearing fight

2016-08-06

Brazil's interim president declares Olympic Games open

2016-08-06

Olympics-Rio kicks off Games with ode to forests, call for peace

2017-08-21

Yankees' Aaron Judge extends record strikeout streak to 37 games

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Games - Birthdays
Date Event
1863-01-01

Pierre de Coubertin, France, baron (revived Olympic games)

1863-01-01

Pierre de Coubertin, Berlin 1936: Games of the XI Olympiad

1863-06-29

Wilbert Robinson, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1867-01-21

Willem C Royaards, Dutch theater director (Summer Games)

1873-01-12

Spiridon Louis, Berlin 1936: Games of the XI Olympiad

1876-03-01

Henri de Baillet-Latour, Berlin 1936: Games of the XI Olympiad

1880-9-20

Fred Merkle, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1884-04-07

Jake Daubert, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1884-04-20

Mike Mowrey, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1884-9-30

Nap Rucker, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1885-10-14

Ivy Olson, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1885-9-22

Jimmy Walsh, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1886-05-02

Larry Cheney, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1886-06-11

Wheezer Dell, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1886-07-29

George Cutshaw, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1887-9-04

Tilly Walker, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1888-03-04

Jeff Pfeffer, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1888-05-23

Zack Wheat, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1889-06-01

Otto Miller, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1889-08-03

Gus Getz, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1889-12-10

Jimmy Johnston, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1891-02-18

Sherry Smith, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1892-04-19

Chick Shorten, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1896-11-28

Lilia Skala, Vienna, actress (House of Games, Flashdance, Charly)

1904-11-19

Miriam Lehmann-Haupt, Fun and Games

1905-09-04

Mary Renault, [Mary Challens], writer (King Must Die, Funeral Games)

1906-08-24

Robert Juillard, Forbidden Games

1906-9-08

Fritz Schilgen, Berlin 1936: Games of the XI Olympiad

1906-9-25

Lucien Hubert, Forbidden Games

1907-02-16

László Rajcsányi, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1909-12-06

Alan McGilvray, cricketer (20 games for NSW mid 1930's) and commentator (ABC)

1910-01-21

Károly Takács, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1910-03-16

Aladár Gerevich, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

1910-9-02

Madeleine Barbulée, Forbidden Games

1912-01-03

Tibor Berczelly, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1912-07-17

Pál Kovács, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

1913-03-18

René Clément, Forbidden Games

1913-04-27

Luz Long, Berlin 1936: Games of the XI Olympiad

1914-01-03

Maria Antinea, The Games Men Play

1914-03-04

Theo Hörmann, Olympic Winter Games at Innsbruck

1914-07-29

Abram Games, graphic artist

1914-08-09

Bill Bennington, 19th Summer Olympic Games

1914-9-08

Lionel Salter, Street Games

1915-01-19

Lester Linsk, The Games

1916-07-06

Unica Zürn, The Games of Countess Dolingen

1916-11-08

Frank McGuire, basketball coach (won 550 games in 30 college seasons)

1917-03-09

Peggy Ahern, Olympic Games

1917-06-26

Alice Hall, Death Games

1917-12-09

Dezsö Lemhényi, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1917-9-24

Colin Vancao, Road Games

1918-06-18

Károly Szittya, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1918-12-17

Dezsõ Fábián, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1920-02-18

Bill Cullen, Pitts, TV game show host (over 20 different games)

1920-03-26

Börje Nyberg, Swedish Sex Games

1920-07-17

Juan Antonio Samaranch, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1920-08-20

István Szívós, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1920-9-22

Denise Péronne, Forbidden Games

1921-01-09

Ágnes Keleti, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1921-03-26

Halina Kuzniakówna, Street Games

1921-07-21

Róbert Antal, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1921-11-26

Imre Kovács, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1921-9-14

Nora Thomas, Games of the North

1922-12-12

Max Lewin, Games

1923-02-13

Amédée, Forbidden Games

1923-03-19

Jannie Hoskins, Olympic Games

1923-05-10

Heydar Aliyev, Baku 2015 European Games Opening Ceremony

1923-06-08

Karel Goeyvaerts, Flemish composer (Summer Games)

1924-03-25

Jozsef Zakarias, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1924-04-16

Geoffrey Johnson Smith, actor (Norman Loves Rose, Drinking Games)

1924-06-09

Peter Heatly, CEO (Commonwealth Games Federation)

1924-12-08

István Hasznos, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1925-04-03

Zbigniew Horawa, Street Games

1925-05-16

Ilona Novák, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1925-06-04

Gerald Sim, Patriot Games

1925-06-11

Richard White, Gisborne, New Zealand, rugby union player (55 games as an All Black), (d. 2012)

1925-11-28

József Bozsik, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1925-12-05

Miklós Szilvásy, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1925-12-29

István Szondy, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1926-05-25

Bill Sharman, The NBA Championship Playoff Games of March and April 1957, 1958

1926-07-22

Bryan Forbes, director/producer (Endless Games, King Rat), (d. 2013)

1926-07-24

Hans-Günter Winkler, Munich 1972: Games of the XX Olympiad

1926-08-15

Constantinos Stephanopoulos, Athens 2004 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony

1926-08-17

Zemin Jiang, Beijing 2008 Olympics Games Opening Ceremony

1926-09-18

Bud Greenspan, documentary maker (Olympic Games)

1926-10-03

Michael Del Medico, Children's Games

1927-03-23

Gábor Benedek, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1927-05-12

Mária Littomeritzky, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1927-07-16

Marcel Mérovée, Forbidden Games

1927-08-27

Liselott Linsenhoff, Munich 1972: Games of the XX Olympiad

1928-01-10

Imre Hódos, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1928-08-21

Christopher Brasher, Commonwealth Games 1958

1928-12-19

György Vízvári, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1928-9-29

Mihaly Lantos, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1929-06-27

Péter Palotás, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1929-08-05

Ottó Boros, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1929-12-23

Dick Weber, pro bowler (16, 300 games)

1930-01-08

Éva Novák, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1930-11-15

Harland Svare, The NFL's Greatest Games: '58 Championship

1931-04-19

Alex Webster, The NFL's Greatest Games: '58 Championship

1931-06-17

Jan Guntner, Street Games

1931-06-24

Árpád Bárány, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1931-06-29

Miklós Martin, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1931-08-01

Hal Connolly, Fists of Freedom: The Story of the '68 Summer Games

1931-12-09

Cliff Hagen, The NBA Championship Playoff Games of March and April 1957, 1958

1932-02-14

József Csermák, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1932-04-16

Imre Polyák, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1932-04-24

Tamás Gábor, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1932-05-29

Gábor Delneky, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

1932-06-24

Margit Korondi, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1932-08-18

István Kausz, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1932-10-24

János Parti, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

1932-10-26

Lajos Csordás, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1932-11-24

Katalin Juhász, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1932-12-11

Aladár Kovácsi, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1932-12-12

Jenõ Dalnoki, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1933-02-21

Imre Nagy, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

1933-04-03

Valéria Gyenge, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1933-04-04

Tivadar Kanizsa, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1933-05-31

Miklós Ambrus, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1933-06-01

Alan Ameche, The NFL's Greatest Games: '58 Championship

1933-08-04

Todor Andrejkov, Sunday Games

1933-08-10

Lynn Cohen, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1933-12-27

Mihály Mayer, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1934-06-15

Laurence Badie, Forbidden Games

1934-10-01

Neil Castles Sr., The Hunger Games

1935-03-13

Marion Edward, Road Games

1935-05-02

Pál B. Nagy, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1935-05-05

Robert Rehme, Patriot Games

1935-08-03

Ferenc Török, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1935-08-17

Katalin Szõke, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1935-08-21

Zoltán Dömötör, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1935-11-05

Bert Bellman, Swedish Sex Games

1935-11-15

Tibor Pézsa, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1935-9-11

Károly Palotai, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1936-01-04

Christoph Bantzer, Funny Games

1936-03-09

Lídia Dömölky, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1936-04-04

Ferenc Németh, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

1936-05-02

Tamás Mendelényi, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

1936-10-03

Steve Reich, The Hunger Games

1936-11-03

Paula Marosi, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1937-01-21

Judit Ágoston, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1937-02-21

Ron Clarke, Olympic Games 1956

1937-02-25

Gyula Zsivótzky, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1937-03-12

Zoltán Horváth, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

1937-03-13

Catherine Binet, The Games of Countess Dolingen

1937-05-11

Ildikó Rejtõ, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1938-01-24

Gyula Török, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

1938-03-14

Árpád Orbán, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1938-05-20

Veit Heiduschka, Funny Games

1938-06-29

József Gelei, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1938-10-12

Nerses Hovhannisyan, Strange Games

1938-12-03

Tibor Csernai, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1939-02-03

Dezsõ Novák, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1939-02-10

Philip Larson, The Games Children Play

1939-06-13

Antal Szentmihályi, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1939-07-17

Gusztáv Szepesi, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1939-10-21

János Varga, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1939-11-27

István Kozma, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1940-01-20

Georges Poujouly, Forbidden Games

1940-02-04

László Keglovich, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1940-02-28

Joe South, Atlanta, Georgia, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Games People Play), (d. 2012)

1940-03-09

Dénes Pócsik, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1940-04-09

Károly Fatér, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1940-04-11

Péter Rusorán, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1940-06-05

Imre Komora, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1940-08-02

Sandra Ellis Lafferty, The Hunger Games

1940-10-18

Gyõzõ Kulcsár, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1940-10-23

Pelé [Edson Arantes do Nascimento], Três Corações, Minas Gerais, Brazil, Brazilian footballer (Player of the Century - 1281 goals in 1363 games)

1940-11-15

Ferenc Nógrádi, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1940-11-24

Paul Tagliabue, Head Games

1940-12-02

Gerry Cheevers, NHL goalie (Bruin, longest undefeated streak-32 games)

1940-12-12

Jürgen Jürges, Funny Games

1940-9-17

István Móna, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1941-03-01

László Felkai, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1941-03-06

Kálmán Ihász, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1941-08-27

János Konrád, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1941-12-14

Iván Menczel, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1941-12-19

Lee Myung-bak, Beijing 2008 Olympics Games Opening Ceremony

1942-02-15

László Hammerl, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1942-03-02

Adrian Metcalf, The Games

1942-03-27

János Farkas, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1942-04-09

András Bodnár, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1942-04-20

Zoltán Nemere, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1942-05-13

Pál Schmitt, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1942-08-02

Isabel Allende, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1942-08-12

Zoltán Szarka, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1942-11-29

Lajos Dunai, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1942-12-21

Hu Jintao, Beijing 2008 Olympics Games Opening Ceremony

1942-9-25

Joanne Medley, Games

1943-02-21

Sándor Katona, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1943-03-21

Antal Dunai, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1943-04-14

Csaba Fenyvesi, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1943-06-08

Willie Davenport, Fists of Freedom: The Story of the '68 Summer Games

1943-12-15

Mihály Hesz, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1944-02-04

Miklós Páncsics, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1944-02-14

Ros Drinkwater, Games People Play

1944-03-11

Ric Rothwell, drummer (Mindbenders-Games of Love)

1944-08-04

Tibor Tatai, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1944-10-22

Doris Kunstmann, Funny Games

1944-12-17

Ferenc Bene, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1944-9-07

Andy Bradford, Patriot Games

1944-9-19

István Básti, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1945-04-12

Mike Davis, Games

1945-04-17

Ferenc Konrád, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1945-05-26

Ernõ Noskó, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1945-06-17

Patrick Hickey, Baku 2015 European Games Opening Ceremony

1945-07-17

István Juhász, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1945-07-24

Bob Delegall, Secret Games 3

1946-02-18

Angéla Németh, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1946-07-12

Everett De Roche, Road Games

1946-10-12

László Sárosi, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1946-10-23

Miklós Németh, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1946-12-01

Jonathan Katz, House of Games

1946-12-06

Miklós Szalay, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1946-12-16

Tom Stern, The Hunger Games

1947-02-14

Heide Rosendahl, Munich 1972: Games of the XX Olympiad

1947-03-26

Kim Yoon-ok, Beijing 2008 Olympics Games Opening Ceremony

1947-06-17

Lajos Kocsis, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1947-07-22

Cliff Johnson, Greatest LCS Games

1947-08-24

Anne Archer, Patriot Games

1947-08-25

Anne Archer, LA Cal, actress (Fatal Attraction, Patriot Games)

1947-10-15

László Fazekas, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1947-10-21

István Sárközi, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1947-11-13

Joe Mantegna, Chicago Ill, actor (House of Games, Weeds)

1947-11-30

David Mamet, Chicago, playwright/dir (Speed the Plow, House of Games)

1948-01-14

T Bone Burnett, The Hunger Games

1948-04-24

István Ifj. Szívós, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1948-06-10

Rebecca Gilchrist, Mind Games

1948-08-08

Tibor Cservenyák, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1949-01-27

Alaric Jans, House of Games

1949-07-15

Al Anton, Games Mother Never Taught You

1949-07-22

Lasse Virén, Munich 1972: Games of the XX Olympiad

1949-08-22

Andrzej Precigs, Street Games

1949-10-20

Valeri Borzov, Munich 1972: Games of the XX Olympiad

1949-10-21

László Nagy, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1950-06-15

Heidi Schüller, Munich 1972: Games of the XX Olympiad

1950-12-13

Afemo Omilami, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1951-02-04

Patrick Bergin, Patriot Games

1951-02-22

Elaine Tanner, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canadian swimmer (1966 Commonwealth Games, 1968 Olympics)

1951-06-09

James Newton Howard, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1951-07-01

Imre Gedõvári, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1951-07-20

Fritz Sperberg, Patriot Games

1951-9-09

Ildikó Tordasi, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1951-9-27

Péter Baczakó, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1952-01-29

Michael L. Games, The Ghost and the Darkness

1952-02-02

Warren Brusstar, Greatest LCS Games

1952-03-29

Teofilo Stevenson, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1952-04-21

Marijan Zoric, The Hunger Games

1952-06-10

Serban Celea, Assassination Games

1952-06-17

Mike Milbury, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1952-08-05

Tamás Faragó, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1952-10-10

Bob Nystrom, NHL: New York Islanders 10 Greatest Games

1953-01-23

Damien Michaels, Love Games

1953-03-18

Nicholas Wisdom, cricketer (son of comic Norman, 2 games Sussex 1974)

1953-03-27

Annemarie Moser-Pröll, 1980 XIII Olympic Winter Games Lake Placid

1953-05-11

Boyd Gaines, Funny Games

1953-05-25

László Foltán, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1953-07-08

Ferenc Kocsis, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1953-10-29

Denis Potvin, NHL: New York Islanders 10 Greatest Games

1953-12-13

Zoltán Magyar, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1953-12-23

Gogo Antzoletaki, Games

1954-02-23

György Gerendás, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1954-04-11

Attila Sudár, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1954-05-18

Patrick St. Esprit, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1954-05-28

João Carlos de Oliveira, Games of the XXI Olympiad Montreal 1976

1954-07-01

György Horkai, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1955-03-26

Ann Meyers, California Special Olympics Summer Games

1955-04-02

Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, Beijing 2008 Olympics Games Opening Ceremony

1955-06-28

Conrad Chitwood, The Hunger Games

1955-12-04

István Vaskúti, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1955-12-12

Gianna Angelopoulos-Daskalaki, Athens 2004 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony

1955-9-10

Mike Glenn, Girls and Boys Georgia High School All-Star Basketball Games

1955-9-28

Károly Varga, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1955-9-30

Donna Biscoe, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1956-01-24

Luiz Stein, Rio 2007 Pan American Games Opening Ceremony

1956-03-09

György Nébald, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1956-03-18

Ingemar Stenmark, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1956-04-06

Sandra Bezic, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1956-04-16

Martin Hughes-Games, Nature's Miracle Babies

1956-05-04

Ulrike Meyfarth, Munich 1972: Games of the XX Olympiad

1956-06-23

György Kenéz, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1956-10-01

Theresa May, Party Games

1956-11-03

Gary Ross, The Hunger Games

1956-12-26

Jon Kilik, The Hunger Games

1957-01-12

Dean Scofield, Secret Games 3

1957-04-23

Vladimir Syngayevsky, Iron Games

1958-02-04

Mary Ann Pascal, Jerico Games

1958-08-22

Lash Huffman, WCW/NWO Fall Brawl: War Games

1958-10-16

Joe D'Alessandro, The Hunger Games

1958-10-20

Mark King, bass/vocalist (Level 42-Standing in the Light, Love Games)

1958-12-07

Grazyna Wolszczak, Street Games

1959-02-12

Imre Bujdosó, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1959-02-17

Rowdy Gaines, The 1986 Goodwill Games

1959-06-12

Jervis Johnson, Games Designer for Games Workshop, Nottingham

1959-07-05

László Csongrádi, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1959-07-08

David Elliott, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1959-11-10

Bozena Golebiowska, Street Games

1960-01-06

Howie Long, War Games

1960-02-01

Salvo Di Liberto, Giochi bestiali nel mondo - Animal games

1960-06-11

Wojciech Habela, Street Games

1960-08-03

Sid Bream, Greatest LCS Games

1960-11-11

Stanley Tucci, The Hunger Games

1960-11-13

Teodora Ungureanu, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

1961-04-28

Attila Mizsér, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1961-05-28

Jakub Kosiniak, Street Games

1961-08-01

Michael Alan Spiller, Games People Play

1961-08-07

Elena Davydova, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1961-08-21

Lorrie Dutra, Brad J's X-Games Summer Sum Up

1961-11-15

Jaroslaw Szwec, Street Games

1961-12-06

Jim Provenzano, Take the Flame! Gay Games: Grace, Grit, and Glory

1961-12-24

Ilham Aliyev, Baku 2015 European Games Opening Ceremony

1962-02-14

Michael Higgs, Assassination Games

1962-02-25

Birgit Fischer, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1962-06-13

Bence Szabó, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1962-07-07

Robby Baumgartner, The Hunger Games

1962-07-23

Shelly Seymore, Brad J's X-Games Summer Sum Up

1962-08-10

Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games

1962-10-01

Paul Walsh, House of Games

1962-11-07

Bettina Hoy, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1962-9-11

Seth Lipkin, Grammar Games

1963-02-18

László Fábián, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1963-03-27

Jeff Griggs, Forbidden Games

1963-06-02

Jimmy E. Jensen, The Hunger Games

1963-07-05

Jonathon Sendall, Pub Games

1963-07-19

Sándor Wladár, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1963-08-16

Pete Anthony, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1963-08-26

Ludger Beerbaum, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1963-10-16

Elie Semoun, Asterix at the Olympic Games

1963-12-04

Rochelle Swanson, Secret Games 3

1963-9-08

Ning Li, Beijing 2008 Olympics Games Opening Ceremony

1964-01-27

Hrothgar Mathews, Reindeer Games

1964-03-15

Ben D. Griffith Jr., The Hunger Games

1964-03-21

Phillip Troy Linger, The Hunger Games

1964-04-23

Jason Batey, The Hunger Games

1964-06-15

Gavin Greenaway, The Hunger Games

1964-06-24

Gary Suter, Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games

1964-06-25

Bernhard Bamberger, Funny Games

1964-07-12

Carl Beyer, Patriot Games

1964-07-16

Miguel Induráin, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1964-08-30

Nelson Ascencio, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1964-11-09

John Joseph Thomas, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1964-11-19

Elena Naimushina, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

1964-11-22

Gene Atkins, Head Games

1964-12-07

Peter Laviolette, Head Games

1964-9-12

Zsolt Gyulay, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1964-9-26

Toby Sells, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1965-01-09

Rhoda Griffis, The Hunger Games

1965-02-09

Dieter Baumann, Barcelona 1992: Games of the XXV Olympiad

1965-02-19

Philip Messina, The Hunger Games

1965-03-08

Ferenc Csipes, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1965-04-10

Rita Kõbán, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1965-04-25

Cameo, Wicked Games

1965-05-17

Dan Jansen, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1965-05-22

Theresa Zabell, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1965-07-19

Scott H. Reeder, The Hunger Games

1965-08-29

Matthew Ansara, Con Games

1965-08-31

Zsolt Borkai, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1965-10-21

Scott Vick, WCW/NWO Fall Brawl: War Games

1966-01-29

Romário, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1966-01-30

Amy Fadhli, Con Games

1966-02-20

Kimiko Gelman, The Hunger Games

1966-03-03

Stéphane De Groodt, Asterix at the Olympic Games

1966-04-28

Sándor Hódosi, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1966-06-16

Jan Zelezný, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1966-07-28

Megan Graham, The Hunger Games

1966-08-18

Sarita Choudhury, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1966-12-19

Alberto Tomba, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1966-9-16

Stéphane Traineau, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1967-02-14

Lawrence Davis, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1967-04-28

Monique Noel, I Like to Play Games

1967-04-29

Attila Ábrahám, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1967-06-03

Tamás Darnyi, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1967-10-14

Timothy Scott Ralston, The Hunger Games

1967-11-06

Shûzô Matsuoka, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1967-11-14

Imre Pulai, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1967-11-26

Zoltán Kósz, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1968-01-04

Marc Varisco, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1968-01-09

Hollie L. Hummel, Secret Games 3

1968-01-15

Iñaki Urdangarín, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1968-02-07

Peter Bondra, NHL: Washington Capitals 10 Greatest Games

1968-04-06

Tricia Sawyer, The Hunger Games

1968-05-08

Anthony Reynolds, The Hunger Games

1968-05-09

Marie-Jo Pérec, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1968-9-09

Lukasz Kosmicki, Street Games

1969-01-04

Ivan Kovalev, Spy Games: Illegal

1969-01-12

J. Allard, Video Games: The Movie

1969-02-01

Nicole DeFrancesco, The Hunger Games

1969-02-17

Stephen Mirrione, The Hunger Games

1969-03-09

Frédéric Mauss, Asterix at the Olympic Games

1969-03-10

József Szabó, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1969-03-23

Fredrik Nyberg, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1969-04-16

Patrik Järbyn, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1969-05-23

Elena Shushunova, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1969-06-17

Paul Tergat, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1969-06-26

Ken Steadman, I Like to Play Games

1969-07-07

Sylke Otto, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1969-07-13

Ferenc Novák, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1969-07-25

Agnieszka Bryk, Street Games

1969-10-09

Tomas Nordin, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1969-10-11

Yuri Chechi, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1969-10-15

Shayne Worcester, Reindeer Games

1969-11-12

Patrick D. Fields, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1969-11-17

Karla Jensen, Olympic Games Athens 2004

1969-11-27

Darin Moran, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1970-01-22

Abraham Olano, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1970-02-26

Cathrine Lindahl, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1970-03-13

Karin Justman, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1970-04-06

Wendy E. Matousek, Patriot Games

1970-04-15

Karl Hayden, Patriot Games

1970-06-13

Lance Ringnald, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1970-06-20

Bruce Woodcock, American computer games analyst

1970-06-21

John Roethlisberger, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1970-07-08

Todd Martin, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1970-07-12

Art Schultz, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1970-07-24

Roberto Scarpetti, Summer Games

1970-08-10

Bret Hedican, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1970-08-22

Tímea Nagy, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1970-10-10

Silke Kraushaar, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1970-11-14

Dana Stubblefield, Reindeer Games

1970-12-06

Jimmy Miller, The Disney Channel Games

1970-9-21

Dave Daniels, Blood Games

1971-01-16

Sergi Bruguera, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1971-02-15

Christian Baute, Funny Games

1971-03-25

Cammi Granato, Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games

1971-03-26

Francis Lawrence, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1971-04-07

Csaba Horváth, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1971-05-03

Douglas Carswell, Party Games

1971-06-09

Tiffany Marshall, The Disney Channel Games

1971-06-09

Jean Galfione, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1971-06-12

Félicia Ballanger, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1971-07-14

Allan Poppleton, The Hunger Games

1971-07-15

Cuiting Chen, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1971-08-11

Djamel Bourras, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1971-10-13

Pyros Dimas, Olympic Games Athens 2004

1971-11-01

Alexei Tikhonov, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1971-11-02

Meta Golding, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1971-11-15

Gábor Horváth, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1971-11-16

Alexander Popov, Barcelona 1992: Games of the XXV Olympiad

1971-11-23

Frank Giering, Funny Games

1971-11-24

Keith Primeau, Head Games

1971-12-18

Arantxa Sánchez Vicario, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1971-12-27

Christopher Swindle, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1971-9-02

Kjetil André Aamodt, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1971-9-08

Angel Head, Victory & Valor: Special Olympics World Games

1972-01-02

Mattias Norström, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1972-02-06

Barbara Fusar-Poli, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1972-02-09

Norbert Rózsa, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1972-02-22

Claudia Pechstein, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1972-02-28

Paige Jarvis, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1972-03-06

Dwayne Boyd, The Hunger Games

1972-03-21

Balázs Kiss, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1972-04-05

Sheryl Lawton, Blood Games

1972-04-16

Conchita Martínez, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1972-04-21

Gwendal Peizerat, The 2002 Olympic Games Figure Skating Competition/Exhibition

1972-05-05

Andrew Dalton, Blood Games

1972-05-07

Annabelle Troukens, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1972-05-09

Daniela Silivas, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

1972-06-04

György Kolonics, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1972-07-08

Glenn Hetrick, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1972-07-12

Tibor Benedek, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1972-08-02

William R. Dean, The Hunger Games

1972-10-07

Giorgio di Centa, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1972-11-22

Sheila Campbell, Con Games

1972-11-29

Rodrigo Pessoa, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1972-12-07

Jennifer Cobb, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1972-12-11

Daniel Alfredsson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1972-9-24

Matthew C. Mills, The World Series of Video Games

1973-01-20

Ruslan Goncharov, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1973-01-28

Tatiana Malinina, Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games

1973-02-09

Roxanne Pinheiro, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1973-02-18

Irina Lobacheva, Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games

1973-02-24

Jordan Jovtchev, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1973-02-26

Jenny Thompson, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1973-04-01

Anna Carin Olofsson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1973-06-19

Pierre Blain, The Hunger Games

1973-06-28

André Lange, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1973-07-08

Michail Krasnoborov Redwood, Asterix at the Olympic Games

1973-07-20

Peter Forsberg, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1973-08-04

Taj, Fare Games

1973-08-07

Greg Lang, The Black Friday Games

1973-08-29

Adam Sessler, Scariest Games

1973-10-18

John Baldwin, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1973-10-29

Vonetta Flowers, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1973-10-30

Anna Svärd, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1973-11-01

Xiaoshuang Li, Barcelona 1992: Games of the XXV Olympiad

1973-11-11

Josh Medak, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1973-11-15

Erin O'Halloran, The Disney Channel Games

1973-11-30

Ben Hammock, The Hunger Games

1973-12-02

Monica Seles, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1973-12-18

Ilia Averbukh, Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games

1973-9-08

Bo Yang, Barcelona 1992: Games of the XXV Olympiad

1973-9-22

Hongbo Zhao, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1974-01-04

Armin Zöggeler, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1974-01-19

Frank Boone, The Hunger Games

1974-01-27

Ole Einar Bjørndalen, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1974-02-07

Florian Rousseau, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1974-02-10

Elizabeth Banks, The Hunger Games

1974-02-23

Stéphane Bernadis, Nagano 1998: XVIII Olympic Winter Games

1974-02-27

Hiroyasu Shimizu, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1974-04-10

Kimiko Soldati, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1974-05-24

Florence Baverel-Robert, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1974-05-29

Jenny Willott, Party Games

1974-06-04

Katie Smith, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1974-06-06

Danny Strong, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1974-06-20

Attila Czene, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1974-07-11

István Majoros, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1974-07-14

François Dumoulin, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1974-07-16

Jeff Gardner, Patriot Games

1974-07-17

Tamás Märtz, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1974-08-03

Blaine Wilson, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1974-08-09

Raphael Poirée, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1974-10-06

Kenny Jönsson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1974-10-08

Frederik Modin, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1974-10-25

Daniel Aichinger, Limited Games: The Curse of Störtebeker's Treasure

1974-10-30

John Collins, The Hunger Games

1974-11-16

Maurizio Margaglio, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1974-12-03

Albena Denkova, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1974-12-05

Matt Norero, Mind Games

1974-12-12

Jason Collins, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1974-12-17

Matthew Janzen, The Hunger Games

1975-01-08

Elena Grushina, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1975-01-30

Botond Storcz, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1975-02-26

Per-Johan Axelsson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1975-03-06

Chris Sanders, Chill: The Killing Games

1975-03-26

Roberto Bolle, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1975-04-04

Kouki Okada, The Disney Channel Games

1975-04-13

Tatiana Navka, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1975-04-29

John Macready, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1975-05-24

Katie King, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1975-06-08

Sarah Abitbol, Nagano 1998: XVIII Olympic Winter Games

1975-06-11

Ulrika Bergman, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1975-06-23

Tatiana Lysenko, Barcelona 1992: Games of the XXV Olympiad

1975-07-05

Ai Sugiyama, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1975-07-14

Tamás Varga, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1975-08-02

Tamás Molnár, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1975-08-23

Hugh Jordan, Private Black Label 33: Amsterdam Sex Games

1975-08-30

Marina Anissina, The 2002 Olympic Games Figure Skating Competition/Exhibition

1975-10-06

Barnabás Steinmetz, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1975-11-02

Yannick Fauchier, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1975-11-12

Jason Lezak, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1975-11-13

Arno Frisch, Funny Games

1975-11-20

John Schwert, The Hunger Games

1975-11-26

Patrice Lauzon, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1975-9-28

Lenny Krayzelburg, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1976-01-05

Anna Dahlberg, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1976-01-13

Felix Gottwald, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1976-02-06

Kim Zmeskal, Barcelona 1992: Games of the XXV Olympiad

1976-02-09

Elvin Garcia, Dark Games

1976-02-17

Roman Skorniakov, Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games

1976-02-21

Rajmund Fodor, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1976-02-26

Attila Vári, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1976-02-29

Katalin Kovács, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1976-03-06

Antoine Dénériaz, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1976-03-29

Jennifer Capriati, Barcelona 1992: Games of the XXV Olympiad

1976-04-05

Péter Biros, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1976-04-14

Pablo Barinaga, Asterix at the Olympic Games

1976-04-21

Dorothy Lake, The Best by Private 50: Lesbian Games

1976-05-18

Anna Ottosson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1976-05-28

Alexei Nemov, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1976-06-02

Bulcsú Székely, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1976-06-12

Tae Satoya, Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games

1976-06-23

Seth Wescott, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1976-07-20

Tamás Kásás, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1976-08-09

Elena Liashenko, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1976-08-30

Li Lu, Barcelona 1992: Games of the XXV Olympiad

1976-10-17

Rena Inoue, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1976-10-21

Lavinia Milosovici, Barcelona 1992: Games of the XXV Olympiad

1976-10-22

Larnell Stovall, The Hunger Games

1976-11-17

Jason Shulman, The Hunger Games

1976-11-20

Dominique Dawes, Barcelona 1992: Games of the XXV Olympiad

1976-12-03

Silvia Fontana, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1976-12-23

Mikael Samuelsson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1976-9-05

Tatiana Gutsu, Barcelona 1992: Games of the XXV Olympiad

1976-9-09

Mattias Öhlund, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1977-01-26

Justin Gimelstob, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1977-02-08

Roman Kostomarov, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1977-02-23

Kristina Smigun, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1977-03-02

Chris Martin, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1977-03-04

Ana Gabriela Guevara, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1977-03-10

Shannon Miller, Barcelona 1992: Games of the XXV Olympiad

1977-03-23

Maxim Marinin, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1977-04-12

Tobias Angerer, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1977-04-30

Nathan Robertson, Commonwealth Games

1977-05-17

Anders Södergren, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1977-05-29

Andrew Dasz, Stunt Games

1977-06-03

Guard Young, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1977-06-07

Johan Brolenius, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1977-06-25

Naoya Tsukahara, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1977-08-03

Franco Castan, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1977-08-15

Todd Weaver, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1977-08-15

Igor Cassina, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1977-08-18

Régine Chassagne, The Hunger Games

1977-08-20

Isao Yoneda, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1977-08-26

Ákos Vereckei, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1977-08-30

Félix Sánchez, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1977-10-03

Isaiah Kacyvenski, Head Games

1977-10-06

John McAlary, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1977-10-06

Danny Briere, Head Games

1977-11-16

Maxim Staviski, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1977-11-17

Laura Wilkinson, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1977-11-23

Lateef Crowder, The Hunger Games

1977-11-29

Maria Petrova, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1977-11-30

Olivier Schoenfelder, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1977-12-17

Samuel Påhlsson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1977-12-22

Zoltán Szécsi, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1977-9-11

Jon Buckland, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1977-9-11

Hans Christianson, Games People Play: Hollywood

1978-02-02

Elena Piskun, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1978-02-21

Edward Doty, The Surreal Life: Fame Games

1978-02-28

Benjamin Raich, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1978-03-02

Michael Turner, Tales from the Borderlands: A Telltale Games Series

1978-03-04

Brian Magner, The Hunger Games

1978-03-10

Zoltán Kammerer, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1978-03-13

Faustine Merret, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1978-03-14

Carl-Johan Bergman, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1978-03-22

Björn Lind, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1978-04-05

Arnaud Tournant, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1978-04-07

Patrick Priest, The Hunger Games

1978-04-12

Guy Berryman, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1978-04-13

Michael John Gonzales, X Games 3D: The Movie

1978-04-19

Gabriel Heinze, Olympic Games Athens 2004

1978-05-06

Tony Estanguet, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1978-05-08

Cindy Parlow, Head Games

1978-05-08

Dave Waxman, Party Games

1978-05-15

Amy Chow, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1978-05-22

Lee Gilmore, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1978-05-23

Thomas Lautenbach, The Hunger Games

1978-06-05

Angelica Costello, Love Games

1978-06-14

Annia Hatch, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1978-06-17

Isabelle Delobel, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1978-07-03

Mizuki Noguchi, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1978-07-31

Will Champion, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1978-08-01

Björn Ferry, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1978-08-15

Lilia Podkopayeva, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1978-08-18

Michael Greis, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1978-08-29

Skady Lis, Funny Games

1978-10-06

Denis Petukhov, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1978-10-27

Tom Reagan, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1978-11-13

Xue Shen, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1978-9-04

Wes Bentley, The Hunger Games

1978-9-17

Tami Hunter, Blood Games

1978-9-19

Vanessa Gusmeroli, Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games

1978-9-29

Mohini Bhardwaj, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1979-01-09

Markus Larsson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1979-01-19

Svetlana Khorkina, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1979-02-01

Ionela Loaies, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1979-02-09

Irina Slutskaya, The 2002 Olympic Games Figure Skating Competition/Exhibition

1979-03-06

Joshua Coleman, Games People Play: New York

1979-03-09

CB Ferrari, Mind Games

1979-03-12

Xuan Liu, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1979-03-15

Thallia, Strange Games

1979-03-29

Courtney Kennedy, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1979-04-08

Marta Baldó, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1979-04-10

Caroline Burt, Disney Friends for Change Games

1979-04-12

Elena Grosheva, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1979-04-28

Chengjiang Li, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1979-05-25

Caroline Ouellette, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1979-06-14

Sai Tai Tiger, Private Gold 100: Pornolympics, the Anal Games

1979-06-27

Anthony Whelan, Mind Games

1979-07-19

Huilan Mo, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1979-08-02

Sun-Hui Kye, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1979-08-12

Cindy Klassen, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1979-08-15

Jian Tong, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1979-10-07

Simona Amanar, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1979-11-02

Maria Rooth, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1979-11-23

Ivica Kostelic, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1979-11-26

Wanda Rijo, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1979-12-01

Norbert Madaras, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1979-12-24

Qing Pang, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1979-9-26

Jaycie Phelps, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1980-01-23

Elena Dolgopolova, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1980-01-27

Marat Safin, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1980-02-08

Wei Yang, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1980-02-15

Elena Sokolova, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1980-02-23

Yvonne Tousek, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1980-03-13

Anna Mirgorodskaya, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1980-03-19

Johan Olsson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1980-04-06

Tanja Poutiainen, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1980-04-14

Win Butler, The Hunger Games

1980-04-28

Christian Bäckman, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1980-04-30

Tania Lamarca, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1980-05-06

Mark Ladwig, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1980-06-02

John Kerr, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1980-06-07

Vanessa Giunchi, Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games

1980-06-20

Nicolas Rigaud, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1980-06-23

Gillian Ferrari, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1980-07-02

Lorena Álvarez, Asterix at the Olympic Games

1980-07-04

Trey Neely, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1980-07-07

Michelle Kwan, The 2002 Olympic Games Figure Skating Competition/Exhibition

1980-07-10

Jolie, Private Black Label 33: Amsterdam Sex Games

1980-07-13

Mauricio Valderrama, The Hunger Games

1980-07-16

Takehiro Kashima, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1980-07-22

Hisashi Mizutori, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1980-07-29

Megan Hayes, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1980-08-01

Doug Christian, Reindeer Games

1980-08-09

Nuria Cabanillas, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1980-08-11

Chris Mello, The Hunger Games

1980-08-11

Ádám Steinmetz, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1980-08-16

Julien Absalon, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1980-08-26

Albert Hedgepeth, The Hunger Games

1980-10-09

Henrik Zetterberg, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1980-11-21

Hiroyuki Tomita, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1980-12-21

Stefan Liv, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1980-12-31

Fumie Suguri, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1980-9-04

Mirela Tugurlan, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1980-9-10

Timothy Goebel, The 2002 Olympic Games Figure Skating Competition/Exhibition

1980-9-12

Matt Savoie, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1981-01-01

Anna-Karin Strömstedt, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1981-01-16

Yuya Oikawa, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1981-02-17

Lisa Skinner, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1981-02-19

Brett McClure, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1981-03-18

Lina Andersson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1981-03-23

Takeshi Honda, Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games

1981-03-31

Ben Campanaro, The Hunger Games

1981-04-24

Taylor Dent, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1981-04-24

Bobby McGee, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1981-04-25

Anja Pärson, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1981-05-07

Lorena Guréndez, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1981-05-11

Steven Spelman, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1981-05-14

Julia Sebestyen, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1981-05-16

Sergei Novitski, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1981-05-22

Melissa Gregory, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1981-06-23

Yuanyuan Kui, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1981-07-08

Anastasia Myskina, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1981-07-13

Katherine Parks, Con Games

1981-07-13

Ági Kovács, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1981-07-16

Thayr Harris, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1981-07-28

Wenjing Bi, Atlanta 1996: Games of the XXVI Olympiad

1981-07-28

Maria Danielsson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1981-07-30

Maureen Nisima, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1981-08-15

Brendan Hansen, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1981-10-05

Julia Lautowa, Nagano 1998: XVIII Olympic Winter Games

1981-10-05

Enrico Fabris, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1981-11-02

Tatiana Totmianina, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1981-11-19

William Palmer Jr., The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1981-11-20

Yuko Kawaguchi, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1981-12-01

Nike Bent, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1981-12-12

Jeret Peterson, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1981-12-16

Ante Dekovic, The Hunger Games

1981-12-29

Shizuka Arakawa, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1981-9-02

Jerome Leroy, The Hunger Games

1981-9-17

Anna Olofsson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1982-01-05

Janica Kostelic, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1982-01-25

Maxim Shabalin, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1982-02-10

Justin Gatlin, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1982-02-12

Abner Pastoll, Road Games

1982-02-14

Megan Schmidt, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1982-02-23

Nadia Owusu, Games People Play: New York

1982-03-02

Henrik Lundqvist, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1982-03-04

Ljudmilla Ezhova, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1982-03-13

Julie Chu, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1982-04-19

Andrea E. Crampe, The Hunger Games

1982-05-02

Jamie Dantzscher, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1982-05-24

Ariana Young, The Hunger Games

1982-06-01

Justine Henin, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1982-06-01

Sugar Babe, The Best by Private 50: Lesbian Games

1982-06-07

Gautier Isern, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1982-06-24

Natasa Janics, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1982-08-09

Tyson Gay, First: The Official Film of the London 2012 Olympic Games

1982-08-31

Ian Crocker, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1982-10-04

Cecilia Andersson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1982-10-07

Robby Ginepri, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1982-10-10

Daisuke Nakano, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1982-10-16

Maria Guzeeva, Assassination Games

1982-10-30

Ceri Thomas, The Hunger Games

1982-11-18

Daniel Gilchrist, The Hungry Games

1982-12-02

Neil Linpow, War Games

1982-12-11

Bryan Sato, The Hunger Games Johanna Mason Fan Film

1982-12-13

Yoshie Onda, Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games

1982-12-30

Elizabeth Del Re, The Number Games: A Hunger Games Spoof

1982-9-01

Jeffrey Buttle, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1982-9-01

Ryan Philbin, Games

1982-9-19

Elena Zamolodchikova, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1982-9-21

Danny Kass, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1982-9-22

Kosuke Kitajima, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1982-9-24

Paul Hamm, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1982-9-24

Morgan Hamm, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1983-01-11

André Myhrer, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1983-02-02

Carolina Klüft, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1983-02-10

Daiane dos Santos, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1983-03-13

Kaitlin Sandeno, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1983-03-15

Diana Ortiz, Asterix at the Olympic Games

1983-03-18

Brendan Schaub, Video Games Special

1983-03-30

Sarah Stevenson, The London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony

1983-04-06

Katie Weatherston, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1983-04-13

Rebecca Napier White, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1983-04-29

Thomas Bremer, The Hunger Games

1983-05-01

David Xarach, Stunt Games

1983-05-12

Alina Kabaeva, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1983-05-14

Alessandro Sabbioni, The Hunger Games

1983-06-04

Kelly Stephens, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1983-07-21

Kim Khoo, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1983-07-23

Aaron Peirsol, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1983-08-01

Andrea Rene, Clevver Games

1983-10-13

Natalie Darwitz, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1983-10-17

Daniel Booko, The Hunger Games

1983-10-20

Christopher E. Pettus, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1983-10-23

Honey Winter, Private Gold 100: Pornolympics, the Anal Games

1983-11-01

Mitchell Maggin, The Disney Channel Games

1983-11-02

Gillian Apps, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1983-11-11

Eric Lomas, Road Games

1983-12-13

Otylia Jedrzejczak, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1983-12-23

Jamie Silverstein, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1983-12-27

Jacob Emmanuel, Games for Deadbeats

1983-9-16

Kirsty Coventry, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1984-01-05

Ryan O'Meara, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1984-01-15

Megan Jendrick, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1984-02-07

Jessica Lindell-Vikarby, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1984-04-03

Allana Slater, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1984-04-03

Jeremy Bowditch, Wicked Wicked Games

1984-04-10

Jeremy Barrett, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1984-05-04

Sarah Meier, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1984-05-08

Kenneth Manos, The Hunger Games

1984-05-17

Sakurako Terada, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1984-06-06

Emma Clifton, The Hunger Games

1984-06-13

Kaori Icho, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1984-06-27

Kate Richardson, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1984-06-27

Teresa Beach, The Hunger Games

1984-07-06

Hao Zhang, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1984-07-30

Trudy McIntosh, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1984-08-17

Oksana Domnina, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1984-08-30

Amir R. Khan, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1984-08-31

Ted Ligety, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1984-10-16

Katy Lennon, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1984-10-26

Sasha Cohen, The 2002 Olympic Games Figure Skating Competition/Exhibition

1984-11-06

Patina Miller, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1984-11-06

Jeremy Mauroy, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1984-11-16

Adam Bagni, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1984-9-20

Brian Joubert, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1985-01-14

Shawn Sawyer, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1985-02-06

Joji Kato, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1985-03-13

Nicola Willis, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1985-03-28

Akiko Suzuki, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1985-04-02

Stéphane Lambiel, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1985-05-02

Sarah Hughes, The 2002 Olympic Games Figure Skating Competition/Exhibition

1985-05-08

Sarah Vaillancourt, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1985-05-08

Silvia Stroescu, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1985-06-05

Jeremy Abbott, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1985-06-07

Lizzie Line, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1985-06-10

Kristina Lundberg, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1985-06-11

Mami Sekizuka, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1985-06-30

Michael Phelps, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1985-08-19

Lindsey Jacobellis, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1985-08-20

Brant Daugherty, The Starving Games

1985-10-04

Dan Zhang, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1985-10-07

Jana Khokhlova, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1985-11-14

Elena Gomez, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1985-11-23

Hyun-Soo Ahn, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1985-12-03

Tim J. Smith, The Hunger Games

1985-12-24

Natalia Ziganshina, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1985-9-04

Paul Bednarz, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1985-9-07

Gina Santiago, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1985-9-16

Derek Wilson, The Hunger Games

1986-01-11

Oana Ban, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1986-01-20

Dean DeLuna, Barney's Fun & Games

1986-01-28

Li Lin, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1986-01-29

Bryce Davison, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1986-02-14

Tiantian Wang, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1986-02-14

Greg Duncan, Fun & Games

1986-02-23

Eugene Shevertalov, The Hunger Games

1986-02-28

Kim Martin, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1986-03-02

Lulu Martinez, Private Gold 100: Pornolympics, the Anal Games

1986-03-16

Daisuke Takahashi, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1986-04-15

Allison Pierce, Spring Break 12: Let the Games Begin

1986-04-18

Antynia La Rouge, Private Gold 100: Pornolympics, the Anal Games

1986-04-22

Manami Ishizaka, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1986-04-27

Jasmine Lowe, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1986-04-30

Nan Zhang, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1986-05-13

Ben White, The Hunger Games

1986-05-18

Thomas Joseph Culler, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1986-06-11

Yuka Fujimori, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1986-06-30

Bruno Fratus, First: The Official Film of the London 2012 Olympic Games

1986-07-16

Roger Conners, Chill: The Killing Games

1986-07-24

Alexandria Iona, The Disney Channel Games

1986-07-25

Maria Pietelä Holmner, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1986-07-27

Courtney Kupets, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1986-08-05

Kyoko Oshima, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1986-08-13

Ryan Price, The Hunger Games

1986-08-14

Terin Humphrey, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1986-10-23

Ye Fan, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1986-11-02

Cherrelle Fennell, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1986-11-18

Kwang-Sun Pyon, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1986-9-12

Jo Jackson, Commonwealth Games 2010

1987-02-08

Carolina Kostner, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1987-02-16

Chase Fein, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1987-02-19

Alexandra Eremia, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1987-03-02

Arthur To, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1987-03-25

Nobunari Oda, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1987-05-04

Vanessa Hobbs, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1987-05-11

Monica Rosu, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1987-05-12

Coralie Chacon, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1987-05-20

Kristopher Van Varenberg, Assassination Games

1987-07-14

Dan Reynolds, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1987-07-27

Sarah Parsons, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1987-07-28

Lindsay Kay Hayward, The Internship Games

1987-08-20

Catalina Ponor, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1987-08-31

Brett Salinas, The Hipster Games

1987-10-12

Chandler Dollahite, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

1987-12-16

Alina Kozich, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1987-12-18

Miki Andô, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1987-12-28

Michael Bancroft, Video Games

1987-12-31

Emilie Le Pennec, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1987-9-06

Anna Pavlova, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1987-9-08

Alexandre Bilodeau, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1987-9-11

Michael Wright, Hiding Games

1988-01-21

Vanessa Hessler, Asterix at the Olympic Games

1988-02-12

Daniela Sofronie, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1988-02-16

Monica D'Onofrio, The Hunger Games

1988-02-18

Maiara Walsh, The Starving Games

1988-04-01

Courtney McCool, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1988-04-08

Jenni Asserholt, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1988-04-29

Jonathan Toews, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1988-05-08

Katie Garner, The Hunger Games

1988-05-29

Fei Cheng, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1988-07-07

Maria Krioukova, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1988-08-26

Evan Ross, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1988-10-19

Raiden Integra, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1988-10-27

Natalie Colt, Private Gold 100: Pornolympics, the Anal Games

1988-11-19

Patrick Kane, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1988-12-16

Gael Mackie, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1988-9-03

Marine Debauve, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1988-9-21

Sam Ly, The Hunger Games

1988-9-23

Shanaze Reade, First: The Official Film of the London 2012 Olympic Games

1989-01-14

Karine Thomas, The London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony

1989-01-26

Emily Hughes, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1989-01-30

Cameron Brinkman, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

1989-02-14

Sera Passion, Private Gold 100: Pornolympics, the Anal Games

1989-02-23

Evan Bates, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1989-02-27

Takahiko Kozuka, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1989-03-28

Mira Leung, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1989-05-14

Kristína Svarinská, Faithless Games

1989-06-03

Katie Hoff, Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad

1989-06-12

Emma Eliasson, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1989-06-26

Carlos Lopez, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1989-06-27

Brittany Jane Arroyo, The Disney Channel Games

1989-10-21

Nicolay Mayer, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

1989-12-13

Taylor Swift, The Hunger Games

1990-01-07

Elene Gedevanishvili, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1990-01-13

Liam Hemsworth, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1990-05-14

Emily Samuelson, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1990-05-17

Leven Rambin, The Hunger Games

1990-06-20

Angelia DeLuca, Chill: The Killing Games

1990-08-15

Jennifer Lawrence, The Hunger Games

1990-10-17

Bianca Brigitte VanDamme, Assassination Games

1990-11-21

Dani King, First: The Official Film of the London 2012 Olympic Games

1990-12-31

Patrick Chan, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1990-9-05

Yu-Na Kim, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1990-9-25

Mao Asada, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1991-07-23

Lauren Mitchell, Commonwealth Games 2010

1991-08-07

Ben McEwan, The Hunger Games

1992-04-12

Chad le Clos, First: The Official Film of the London 2012 Olympic Games

1992-04-24

Jack Quaid, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1992-05-07

Alexander Ludwig, The Hunger Games

1992-06-04

Aaron Taylor Morrow, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1992-07-21

Rachael Flatt, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1992-10-12

Josh Hutcherson, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1992-10-13

Sam Mikulak, First: The Official Film of the London 2012 Olympic Games

1992-10-15

Jonathan Pal, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1992-11-12

Bailee Watters, The Hunger Games

1992-12-30

John Orozco, First: The Official Film of the London 2012 Olympic Games

1993-01-29

Taylor McPherson, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1993-05-03

Matthew Stephen, The 47th Hunger Games

1993-06-22

Caydee Denney, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1993-06-23

Kayla Schmitt, Dating Games People Play

1994-01-23

Min-Jeong Kwak, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

1994-02-07

Jerrad Vunovich, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

1994-02-07

Brandon Cyrus, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

1994-03-01

Laura Edwards, Commonwealth Games 2010

1995-04-15

Cody Christian, The Starving Games

1995-05-05

Devon Gearhart, Funny Games

1995-08-17

Sarah LeVan, Dating Games People Play

1996-04-03

Scotty Katzmann, Funny Games

1996-05-09

Grace Reid, Commonwealth Games 2010

1996-11-07

Lorde, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

1996-11-22

Mackenzie Lintz, The Hunger Games

1998-10-23

Amandla Stenberg, The Hunger Games

2000-06-01

Willow Shields, The Hunger Games

Games - Weddings
Date Event
2006-03-31

2006 Commonwealth Games gold medalist Jana Pittman (23) weds track and field athlete Chris Rawlinson (33) at Morning Star Estate on Mornington Peninsula in Australia

2013-07-30

"Hunger Games" actor Sam Claflin (27) weds actress Laura Haddock (27) in a private ceremony

Games - Deaths
Date Event
1769-08-29

Edmond Hoyle, games expert, dies (birth date unknown)

1897-02-05

Hoss Radbourn, pitcher won 60 games in 1884, dies at 42

1924-10-09

Jake Daubert, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1926-02-24

Eddie Plank, pitcher (won 327 games in 17 years), dies at 51

1927-11-29

George Giffen, cricketer (251 FC games, 11758 runs, 1023 wkts), dies

1934-08-08

Wilbert Robinson, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1937-09-02

Pierre de Coubertin, Berlin 1936: Games of the XI Olympiad

1940-03-26

Spiridon Louis, Berlin 1936: Games of the XI Olympiad

1942-01-06

Henri de Baillet-Latour, Berlin 1936: Games of the XI Olympiad

1943-07-13

Luz Long, Berlin 1936: Games of the XI Olympiad

1947-03-20

Mike Mowrey, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1949-09-12

Sherry Smith, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1956-03-02

Fred Merkle, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1959-09-20

Tilly Walker, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1962-03-29

Otto Miller, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1962-07-03

Jimmy Walsh, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1966-08-24

Wheezer Dell, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1975-11-04

Tivadar Kanizsa, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1978-10-27

Suzanne Courtal, Forbidden Games

1981-08-03

Miriam Lehmann-Haupt, Fun and Games

1981-08-31

Victor Trumper Jr, cricketer (7 games for NSW, 74 runs 12 wkts), dies

1983-08-09

Károly Szittya, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1983-12-13

Mary Renault [Challans], British author (Funeral games), dies at 78

1985-07-17

Amédée, Forbidden Games

1986-01-21

Mike Davis, Games

1986-02-25

Lucien Hubert, Forbidden Games

1986-04-29

Philip Larson, The Games Children Play

1987-04-28

Lester Linsk, The Games

1987-06-05

Gusztáv Szepesi, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1988-08-08

Alan Ameche, The NFL's Greatest Games: '58 Championship

1988-11-15

Mona Washbourne, actress (Blue Bird, Games), dies at 84

1988-12-18

Ottó Boros, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1989-04-23

Imre Hódos, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1989-09-29

János Farkas, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

1989-10-24

Ollie O'Mara, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn

1989-12-31

Mihaly Lantos, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1990-04-21

Johnny Beagley, winner of two 1942 World Series games, dies

1990-10-15

Tibor Berczelly, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1991-01-28

Dale Long, hit HRs in 8 consecutive games, dies at 66

1991-05-14

Aladár Gerevich, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

1991-07-29

Maria Antinea, The Games Men Play

1992-01-31

István Sárközi, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

1992-06-22

István Szívós, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1992-09-05

László Rajcsányi, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1992-09-29

Jean Aurenche, Forbidden Games

1994-02-04

Harold Schneider, US producer (5 Easy Pieces, War Games), dies at 55

1994-03-15

Mae Zetterling, Swedish actress (Night Games), dies at 68

1995-02-01

Róbert Antal, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1995-07-08

Pál Kovács, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

1996-01-11

Jannie Hoskins, Olympic Games

1996-03-09

Imre Kovács, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1996-03-17

René Clément, Forbidden Games

1996-08-27

Abram Games, graphic artist, dies at 82

1996-09-20

Ken Steadman, I Like to Play Games

1997-01-19

Todor Andrejkov, Sunday Games

1998-05-07

István Hasznos, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

1999-03-03

Alice Hall, Death Games

1999-03-06

János Parti, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

1999-05-26

Shayne Worcester, Reindeer Games

1999-05-29

João Carlos de Oliveira, Games of the XXI Olympiad Montreal 1976

1999-08-04

Liselott Linsenhoff, Munich 1972: Games of the XX Olympiad

1999-09-06

Tamás Mendelényi, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

2000-03-01

Lionel Salter, Street Games

2000-09-04

Mihály Mayer, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2000-10-09

Lajos Kocsis, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

2000-10-28

Georges Poujouly, Forbidden Games

2000-12-18

Lajos Dunai, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

2001-01-01

Madeleine Barbulée, Forbidden Games

2001-01-12

József Csermák, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

2001-03-24

Max Lewin, Games

2001-05-06

Zoltán Nemere, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2001-06-25

Matthew Ansara, Con Games

2002-06-17

Willie Davenport, Fists of Freedom: The Story of the '68 Summer Games

2003-02-28

Christopher Brasher, Commonwealth Games 1958

2003-12-04

Dezsö Lemhényi, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

2003-12-13

Heydar Aliyev, Baku 2015 European Games Opening Ceremony

2004-07-31

György Vízvári, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

2004-11-20

Dénes Pócsik, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2005-05-02

Börje Nyberg, Swedish Sex Games

2005-06-30

Éva Novák, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

2005-09-12

Fritz Schilgen, Berlin 1936: Games of the XI Olympiad

2006-02-04

Jenõ Dalnoki, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

2006-02-20

Catherine Binet, The Games of Countess Dolingen

2006-02-27

Ferenc Bene, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2006-03-21

Bob Delegall, Secret Games 3

2007-03-04

Richard Joseph, British games soundtrack composer (b. 1954)

2007-04-15

Marion Edward, Road Games

2007-04-16

Maria Lenk, Brazilian swimmer and first Brazilian woman to compete in the Olympic Games (b. 1915)

2007-05-06

Tamás Gábor, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2007-08-07

Miklós Páncsics, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

2007-09-29

Gyula Zsivótzky, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

2007-10-07

Michael Del Medico, Children's Games

2008-03-04

Gary Gygax, Fantasy author and role-playing games creator. (b. 1938)

2008-04-02

Péter Baczakó, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

2008-04-26

Árpád Orbán, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2008-06-21

Nora Thomas, Games of the North

2008-07-14

György Kolonics, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

2008-10-26

Gábor Delneky, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

2009-05-16

Sándor Katona, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2009-05-19

Ferenc Nógrádi, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2009-10-27

Damien Michaels, Love Games

2010-04-08

Aladár Kovácsi, Helsinki 1952: Games of the XV Olympiad

2010-04-21

Juan Antonio Samaranch, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

2010-06-23

Frank Giering, Funny Games

2010-07-28

István Móna, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

2010-08-18

Hal Connolly, Fists of Freedom: The Story of the '68 Summer Games

2010-09-26

Bill Bennington, 19th Summer Olympic Games

2010-11-15

Imre Polyák, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2011-07-25

Jeret Peterson, Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games

2011-09-07

Stefan Liv, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

2011-11-26

Iván Menczel, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

2012-02-14

Péter Rusorán, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2012-03-03

Alex Webster, The NFL's Greatest Games: '58 Championship

2012-06-11

Teofilo Stevenson, Moscow 1980: Games of the XXII Olympiad

2012-09-11

Tibor Csernai, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2012-10-24

Peggy Ahern, Olympic Games

2013-01-17

Nicole DeFrancesco, The Hunger Games

2013-05-21

Halina Kuzniakówna, Street Games

2013-10-20

Imre Nagy, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

2013-10-25

Bill Sharman, The NBA Championship Playoff Games of March and April 1957, 1958

2014-01-12

Gyula Török, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad

2014-02-26

Dezsõ Novák, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2014-04-02

Everett De Roche, Road Games

2014-04-10

László Felkai, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2014-05-22

Imre Gedõvári, Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad

2014-08-05

Angéla Németh, Mexico City 1968: Games of the XIX Olympiad

2014-09-13

Al Anton, Games Mother Never Taught You

2014-10-02

Carlos Lopez, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

2014-11-26

János Konrád, Tokyo 1964: Games of the XVIII Olympiad

2014-12-11

Gerald Sim, Patriot Games

2015-04-21

Ferenc Konrád, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

2015-06-17

Ron Clarke, Olympic Games 1956

2015-07-13

Ildikó Tordasi, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad

2017-08-18

Former X Games competitor Jason Brown dies at age 46

2017-12-10

Kevin Robinson, X Games BMX gold medalist, dies at age 45


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