Born in 1922, Ghulam Ahmed was a right-arm off spin bowler who represented India in 22 Tests claiming 68 wickets at an average of 30.17.
The last Briton to reach the Gentleman’s Singles final at Wimbledon before Andy Murray was Henry Wilfred Austin way back in 1938.
Roger Federer has won a record 16 Grand Slam singles titles so far.
American swimmer Michael Phelps created history in Beijing Olympics by winning 8 gold medals.
Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo scored 3 goals in the Euro 2012.
Lothar Matthäus, who represented Germany in 150 matches, scored 23 goals. He was named the 1990 European Footballer of the Year and World Soccer Player of the Year.
Right-arm medium pacer Dominic Cork, who represented England in 37 Tests, claimed 131 wickets at an average of 29.81.
Steve Tikolo represented Kenya in 134 ODIs in which he took 94 wickets at 33.75 and scored 3421 runs at 28.99. His highest ODI score was 111 while best bowling figure was 4/41.
The 2011 edition of British Grand Prix was won by Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso. Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel was second followed by teammate Mark Webber on third position.
The first-ever player to be disqualified from the Wimbledon tournament was Tim Henman in 1995. During men’s double match the Briton hit a ball in anger that struck a ball girl leading to his disqualification.
Nolan Clarke, a right-hand batsman, was born in Barbados and went on to make his debut for The Netherlands in the 1995-96 World Cup at the age of 47.
Asthon Eaton is an American athlete who holds the world record in both heptathlon and decathlon events. During 2012 IAAF World Indoor Championships, Eaton won the gold medal in heptathlon event winning five events out of seven.
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