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1897 In Sports

1897 in sports describes the year's events in world sport.

Contents

  • American football 1
  • Association football 2
  • Athletics 3
  • Australian rules football 4
  • Baseball 5
  • Boxing 6
  • Cricket 7
  • Figure skating 8
  • Golf 9
  • Horse racing 10
  • Ice hockey 11
  • Motor racing 12
  • Rowing 13
  • Rugby league 14
  • Rugby union 15
  • Speed skating 16
  • Tennis 17
  • References 18

American football

College championship

Professional championships

Association football

England

Scotland

Athletics

Australian rules football

VFL Premiership

Baseball

National championship

Events

Boxing

Events

Lineal world champions[3]

Cricket

Events

England

Australia

India

South Africa

West Indies

Figure skating

World Figure Skating Championships

Golf

Major tournaments

Other tournaments

Horse racing

England

Australia

Canada

Ireland

USA

Ice hockey

Stanley Cup

Motor racing

Nice Speed Week

  • The first regular motor racing venue is Nice, France, where an annual "Speed Week" is established. To fill out the schedule, most types of racing event are invented here including the first hill climb, from Nice to La Turbie, and a sprint that has been called the forerunner of drag racing.

Rowing

The Boat Race

Rugby league

England

Rugby union

Home Nations Championship

Speed skating

Speed Skating World Championships

Tennis

Events

  • The inaugural French women's singles championship is held.

England

France

USA

References

  1. ^  
  2. ^ Cyber Boxing Zone – Bob Fitzsimmons. Retrieved on 15 November 2009.
  3. ^ "Cyber Boxing Zone". Archived from the original on 2009-06-20. Retrieved 2009-06-20. 
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