Five Sporting Highlights Of 2015

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2015 was a fantastic sporting year, with many iconic images that will stay with fans forever. We have listed 5 of these epic moments from a range of sports, all the images below will make fantastic canvas prints, personalised mugs and other items which we can help to personalise so that these sporting moments will be remembered forever.


New England Patriots Dramatic Superbowl Win

New England Patriots sealed one of the most memorable Superbowl victories of all time, when with the last play of the game Malcolm Butler intercepted a Russell Wilson’s pass on the n zone line for an historic victory.


Bolt vs Gatlin

With all that has gone on with the IAAF drug scandal, Usain Bolt defeating his rival Justin Gatlin in both the 100m and 200m finals at the World Athletics Championship was a small glimmer of light for a sport in turmoil.


Stuart Bingham’s 20 year quest to the Snooker World Championship

Stuart Bingham shocked the snooker world with his world championship performance. The 50/1 outsider beat former champions Ronnie O’Sullivan, Greame Dott and Shaun Murphy with magnificent comebacks in each game to lift the trophy and re-kindle the magic of the sport.


Bradford City’s Magical Day at the Bridge

The FA Cup is known for it’s shocks and magical moments but no-one could see Bradford City going to Chelsea and coming away with anything other than the experience of playing the soon to be crowned champions. This looked even more likely when Chelsea had a two goal lead but thanks to goals from Stead, Morais, Halliday and Yeates Bradford showed the true magic of the FA Cup and came away with a 4-2 victory that will live in the memories of football fans for a very long time.


Wales and Northern Ireland earn their places at Euro 2016

Both Wales and Northern Ireland end years of heartache for fans by both qualifying for Euro 2016. Joining both England and Republic of Ireland at the tournament in France made this of the most successful qualifying series for home nation teams in history with only Scotland missing out on the event of the summer.

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