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  • TENNIS GRAF FRG OLYMPICS MEDAL

    TENNIS GRAF FRG OLYMPICS MEDAL

    1 OCT 1988: STEFFI GRAF OF WEST GERMANY WAVES TO THE CROWD AFTER RECEIVING HER GOLD MEDAL IN THE WOMENS SINGLES TENNIS COMPETITION AT THE 1988 SEOUL OLYMPICS. GRAF DEFEATED GABRIELLA SABATINI OF ARGENTINA 6-3, 6-3 IN THE FINAL TO CLAIM THE GOLD.
    Saturday, October 1, 1988 12:00 AM | Photo
  • JING CHEN CHINA TABLE TENNIS

    JING CHEN CHINA TABLE TENNIS

    01 OCT 1988: JING CHEN OF CHINA IN ACTION IN THE WOMEN's SINGLES TABLE TENNIS COMPETITION AT THE 1988 SEOUL SUMMER OLYMPICS. CHEN WON THE GOLD AFTER FINISHING WITH A TOTAL OF NINE MATCHES WON AND ZERO LOST AND 27 GAMES WON WITH 2 LOSSES.
    Saturday, October 1, 1988 12:00 AM | Photo
  • YAAFD019

    YAAFD019

    Seoul 1988-Tennis-GRAF Steffi (GER) 1st.
    Friday, January 1, 1988 12:00 AM | Photo
  • Steffi Graf of Germany wins Olympic Gold in Seoul 1988

    Steffi Graf of Germany wins Olympic Gold in Seoul 1988

    1988: Steffi Graf of West Germany tosses the ball in the air as she prepares to hit a serve during her gold medal performance in the 1988 Summer Olympic Games held in Seoul, South Korea. Steffi Graf of Germany winning the women's Olympic tennis title in Seoul South Korea in 1988. The sport returned to the games in 1988 after being dropped from the programme in 1924. Steffi clinched the greatest year in women's tennis by adding the Olympic title to her Grand Slam victories in the Australian and Frenchopen, Wimbledon and US Championships. Mandatory Credit: Pascal Rondeau/Allsport
    Friday, January 1, 1988 12:00 AM | Photo
  • RAAJA019

    RAAJA019

    Antwerp 1920-Tennis-LENGLEN Suzanne (FRA) 1st in ladies' single and mixed double.
    Thursday, January 1, 1920 12:00 AM | Photo
  • XAAIA005

    XAAIA005

    Antwerp 1920-Tennis-LENGLEN Suzanne (FRA) 1st in ladies single and mixed double.
    Thursday, January 1, 1920 12:00 AM | Photo
  • Fair Play Award

    Fair Play Award

    Rene Maheu (1905 - 1975), Director-General of UNESCO, awards the International Fair Play trophy to Italian bobsleigh champion Eugenio Monti (1928 - 2003), 20th May 1965. Looking on are French tennis champion Jean Borotra (1898 - 1994, centre left) and Maurice Herzog (centre right), French Minister of Youth and Sport. Monti won the award for an act of sportsmanship during the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck. (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
    Thursday, May 20, 1965 12:00 AM | Photo
  • Steffi Graf wins Gold in Womens Singles

    Steffi Graf wins Gold in Womens Singles

    SEOUL, KOREA - OCTOBER 1: Steffi Graf of Germany competes against Gabriela Sabatini in the Women's Singles Tennis event at the 1988 Seoul Summer Olympic Games on October 1, 1988 in Seoul, South Korea. Graf won the Gold Medal, completing a spectacular year after becoming only the fifth player in history to complete the "Grand Slam" and then win an Olympic Gold Medal. (Photo by Pascal Rondeau/Getty Images)
    Saturday, October 1, 1988 12:00 AM | Photo
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