Sporting Witness: Boat Race Mutiny02/28/15
In 1987, a group of Oxford University rowers led a famous rebellion against their coach.
SportingWitness: Boat Race Mutiny
In 1987, a group of Oxford University rowers launched a famous rebellion against their coach.
SportingWitness: Beryl Burton - Yorkshire Dynamo
The little-known story of one of the greatest women cyclists of all time.
SportingWitness: Surfing Mavericks
How Californian Jeff Clark conquered the legendary surf spot in 1975.
SportingWitness: The Black Stars of Ghana
How the great Ghana football side of the 1960s won a famous victory at the Africa Cup of Nations.
SportingWitness: The Ice Bowl
How the coldest game in American Football history made the reputation of the Green Bay Packers and their coach Vince Lombardi.
SportingWitness: Ice-Skating's Battle of the Brians
In 1988, the American, Brian Boitano, and the Canadian, Brian Orser, went head-to-head for Olympic figure-skating glory.
SportingWitness: South Africa win Africa Cup of Nations
How Bafana Bafana's football victory in 1996 helped South Africa heal the wounds of Apartheid.
SportingWitness: The Harlem Globetrotters in the USSR
How the American basketball showmen won over Soviet audiences during a Cold War tour in 1959.
SportingWitness: FA Cup Giantkillers
How tiny Hereford United shocked mighty Newcastle in the 1972 FA Cup.
SportingWitness: The Indomitable Lions
How Cameroon shocked Maradona's Argentina at the 1990 World Cup.
SportingWitness: Wimbledon Pioneers
The story of the doubles partners who became the first Jewish woman and the first black woman to win Wimbledon in 1956.
SportingWitness: Signing Michael Jordan
How the Chicago Bulls managed to pick the basketball great in the 1984 NBA draft.
SportingWitness: Pakistan's Women Cricketers
How two Karachi women blazed a trail for women's cricket in Pakistan and eventually broke two world records.
SportingWitness: The Dumptruck - King of Sumo
How a Hawaiian-born wrestler took the traditional world of Japanese Sumo by storm in the 1980s.
SportingWitness: First African Woman Marathon Win
Tegla Loroupe was an unknown Kenyan runner when she came from behind to win the New York Marathon in 1994
SportingWitness: Pele Joins NY Cosmos
An insider's account of Pele's shock move to a soccer team in the United States in 1975
SportingWitness: Racing the Stasi
In 1964 East German cyclist, Dieter Wiedemann, defected to the West to be with the woman he loved and to ride the Tour de France
SportingWitness: The Three Degrees
How three black footballers revolutionised the English game in the late 1970s.
SportingWitness: The Curse of the Bambino
How a fielding error in the 1986 World Series convinced fans of the Boston Red Sox that their team was cursed.
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More informationIn the run-up to the London 2012 Olympic Games we bring you a new programme telling the inside story of the key moments from sporting history, that seized the world's attention.
Sporting Witness will use archive material and personal recollections from the athletes themselves and those who knew them.
The programme will cover well-known Olympic stories - including some that you may not have heard before - but which have mythical status in their home countries.