Sporting Moments Captured On Canvas

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There are some truly magnificent sporting moments which stick with everyone who is interested in sport and also those who aren’t. These moments can inspire generations of youngsters to take up the sport and give individuals a level of stardom and fame which few people achieve. Some of these fantastic sporting moments have been captured by photograph and transferred onto canvas print to be remembered forever.

Below we have some of the most memorable moments from a variety of sports which will be perfect to be displayed in your home on a canvas print.

England’s 2009 Ashes win

In one of the most gripping Ashes series in history the whole of the country was tuned in to witness England regain the Ashes in the tense 2-1 series victory. This series seemed to re-ignite the love of cricket in the UK and help England to come back as a dominant force in the game.


Jonny Wilkinson Kicks England To Rugby World Cup Victory in 2003

In what is widely renowned as the most dramatic finish to a world cup in Rugby history, the hearts of a nation were in their mouths as Jonny Wilkinson set himself for what is no known as one of the most famous kicks in history. With the score at 17-17 and with 26 seconds on the clock Jonny Wilkinson earned himself a place in history as he kicked a drop goal to earn England their first Rugby World Cup title.


Frankel Winning the Queen Anne Stakes in 2012

The Queen Anne Stakes is one of the most prestigious horse races in the world and any horse which wins this race is a true great. In 2012 Frankel one of the most popular horses in horse racing joined this elite group with its win in a time of 1:37:85. Ridden by Tom Queally and trained by Aiden O’Brien, Frankel cemented itself as one of horse racing’s all-time greats with this win.


David Beckham’s Free Kick vs Greece in 2002

Any English football fan who witnessed this goal will tell you that everytime they see the goal again it still gives them goose bumps. England trailed Greece 2-1 in the dying moments of the game and their place in the 2002 world cup seemed to have gone until Beckham stepped up scored the most important free kick in his career to send a nation into raptures and take England to the 2012 World Cup.


Roger Federer Wins His 7th Wimbledon Title

Roger Federer is one of the greatest tennis players of all time, his period of domination is something that is unlikely to be seen in the sport again. However in 2012 there was talk that Federer was past his prime and Novak Djokovic had emerged to his place as the number one in the sport. Federer went on to show that he is still a force in tennis with a truly faultless tournament which ended with a victory over Andy Murray.


All the images in this article can be placed onto a canvas print by us, along with any other sporting moments that you would like.

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