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Sports Calendars: Top-10 Sporting Events of 2023

There were many sporting events happening around the world in 2023. It was a year brimming with thrilling sports events across the globe, showcasing the best of sports. Here is a list of the major events that any sporting fan should have put on their sports bucket list for this year.

Wimbledon Centre court
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  1. Super Bowl LVII (February): Super Bowl LVII was held at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The Kansas City Chiefs triumph over the Philadelphia Eagles in a dramatic 38-35 victory. Patrick Mahomes led a fourth-quarter comeback, earning his second Super Bowl MVP. This iconic event was especially memorable for its thrilling gameplay and halftime show.
  2. The Masters (April): The Masters at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia saw Jon Rahm claim his first green jacket with a dominant performance, finishing 12-under par. This prestigious golf event, known for its tradition and beautiful course, provided thrilling moments and a well-deserved victory for Rahm.
  3. Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix (May): The Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix, set in the glamorous streets of Monte Carlo, saw Max Verstappen of Red Bull Racing continue his dominant season with a victory. Known for its challenging track and prestigious reputation, this race was a highlight of the F1 calendar, further solidifying Verstappen’s lead in the championship standings.
  4. NBA Finals (June): The NBA Finals culminated in the Denver Nuggets winning their first-ever NBA title by defeating the Miami Heat in a 4-1 series. Nikola Jokić's exceptional performance earned him the Finals MVP.
  5. UEFA Champions League Final (June): The UEFA Champions League Final, hosted at Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey, featured Manchester City against Inter Milan. Manchester City secured their first Champions League title with a 1-0 victory, thanks to Rodri's decisive goal.
  6. Wimbledon Championships (July): The Wimbledon Championships, held at the All England Club in London, England, saw Novak Djokovic win his eighth title after a grueling five-set match against Carlos Alcaraz. In the women’s singles, Iga Świątek claimed her first Wimbledon title.
  7. Tour de France (July): The Tour de France, the world's most prestigious cycling race, featured challenging new routes this year. Tadej Pogačar of UAE Team Emirates reclaimed the yellow jersey, winning his third Tour title in a fiercely competitive race, with Jonas Vingegaard finishing closely in second.
  8. FIFA Women's World Cup (July-August): The FIFA Women’s World Cup, co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, featured an expanded field of 32 teams. Spain won their first title, defeating England 1-0 in the final, with Olga Carmona scoring the winning goal. This tournament showcased the growing global popularity of women's football.
  9. World Athletics Championships (August): The World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Hungary, brought together the world’s top track and field athletes. Highlights included Armand Duplantis breaking his own pole vault record and Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone setting a new world record in the 400m hurdles.
  10. Rugby World Cup (September-October): The Rugby World Cup, held every four years, returned to France for the first time since 2007. South Africa defended their title by narrowly defeating New Zealand 20-18 in a thrilling final.

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