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The 1960s, the Rock 'n' Roll Decade, saw the first televised Olympics, the first basketball player to score 100 points in a single game, and the first Super Bowl. Students, researchers, and general readers alike will be enthralled by 1960 1969, Second Edition as they learn about these major milestones in sports through a vivid presentation and handy reference features. Highlights include: Runner Wilma Rudolph wins two gold medals in the 1960 Olympics, the first Olympic Games to be broadcast to millions on television Race car driver A.J. Foyt wins his first Indianapolis 500 race in 1961, the first of four career wins In 1962 basketball star Wilt Chamberlain scores a record 100 points in one game Muhammad Ali defeats Sonny Liston to become the world heavyweight champion in 1964 The Green Bay Packers defeat the Kansas City Chiefs in the first Super Bowl in 1967 The Miracle Mets win the 1969 World Series against the Baltimore Orioles in a stunning upset.
Sport in the Cold War This is an excerpt from Sports in American History, Second Edition by Gerald Gems, Linda Borish, and Gertrud Pfister. Although the happy days of the 1950s offered the American Dream for some, the era was fraught with the international tension known as the Cold War.
Students, researchers, and general readers alike will be enthralled by 1960-1969, Second Edition as they learn about these major milestones in sports through a vivid presentation and handy reference features.
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1960s Sports: History, Facts, MVPs & Champions Sports were growing in popularity across the board. But one major event stands out more than any other — which turns out to be the most popular sporting event in the US — the first NFL Super Bowl was played in January 1967.