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Michael Johnson named 1996 AP male athlete of the year, a year in which he broke the 200m world record in the Olympics.
Bill Clinton gives his view on Mike Tyson resorting to biting Evander Holyfield's ear, one of the most notorious events in boxing history.
Muhammad Ali renowned as the world's greatest, diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1984, attempts to get funding for research.
Diego Maradona announced his intention to return to professional football, having tested positive for cocaine use in 1993.
Brazilian Ronaldo press conference at Inter Milan, after having taken the 1998 World Cup by storm.
Michael Schumacher in Italy criticising the new F1 tyres, ahead of the highly anticipated 1999 season.
sntv reflects on David Beckham's remarkable year as he joins Real Madrid from Manchester United for €35million.
sntv features the Argentinian prodigy Lionel Messi as a new star emerges at the Camp Nou in Barcelona.
Joey Chestnut dethrones Takeru Kobayashi in annual hot dog eating contest in New York, smashing his world record, swallowing 66 hot dogs in 12 minutes, one every 10.9 seconds.
Usain Bolt makes his triumphant return to Jamaica, as a triple gold medallist, after setting the Beijing Olympics alight.
Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the world's most expensive soccer player after joining Real Madrid for €94 million
Tiger Woods’ fall from grace is featured as he returns to the public eye for his humbling confession of his marital infidelities.
Lance Armstrong announces his retirement from professional cycling amid continued allegations that he used performance-enhancing drugs.
The F1 icon Michael Schumacher’s skiing accident, is covered extensively as he lies in critical condition in Grenoble University Hospital.
sntv's Boston Marathon aftermath coverage unfolds as at least three people were killed and more than 130 were injured after two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Neymar struggles to hold his emotions in check as he cannot accept Zuniga challenge that ended his World Cup.
Oscar Pistorius receives five year prison sentence for the culpable homicide of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Maria Sharapova recieves two year ban after admitting to taking the banned substance 'Meldonium'.
Mayweather goes into retirement with a perfect 50-0 record after stopping UFC fighter McGregor in the tenth round of thier Las Vegas showdown.
Australian batsman Cameron Bancroft was caught on TV cameras rubbing the ball with sandpaper during the Cape Town Test against South Africa
The Russian flag and national anthem were banned from the Olympics and other major sports events for four years by the World Anti-Doping Agency
A year like no other. Life and sport had to take a momentary pause due to COVID-19, with many of the most anticipated events such as the Olympics having to be postponed or cancelled
Emma Raducanu makes history. Playing in only her second Grand Slam, the 18-year-old reached the US Open final, becoming the first qualifier to do so, as well as being the first British woman in 44 years to reach a Grand Slam final and win.
The FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar saw Argentina reach new heights as Lionel Messi finally lifted the coveted trophy. Despite the controversy surrounding the hosts, the tournament proved to be a hit, delivering record-breaking audience numbers across multiple markets.
Tiger Woods at just 20 years old won his first career tournament, the Las Vegas Invitational, in just his fifth start.