December 1969 in Sport

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Events in Sport

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21st - Vince Lombardi (Redskins) coaches his last football game, losing
22nd - Pete Marovich sets NCAA record of hitting 30 of 31 foul shots
29th - NY Times reports Curt Flood will sue baseball & challenge the reserve clause

Birthdays in Sport

Results 1 - 78 of 78

2nd - Lewis Bush, NFL outside linebacker (San Diego Chargers)
2nd - O J McDuffie, NFL wide receiver (Miami Dolphins)
2nd - Paul Francis Stankowski, Oxnard CA, PGA golfer (1994 Las Vegas-5th)
3rd - Ed King, NFL guard (NO Saints)
3rd - Kwamie Lassiter, NFL defensive back (Arizona Cardinals)
4th - Ferric Collons, NFL defensive end (New England Patriots)
4th - Jacques Landry, Saskatoon Saskatchawan, cyclist (Olympics-96)
4th - Marie-Josee Morneau, Longueuil Quebec, 56 kg judoka (Olympics-96)
4th - Mik Middleton, WLAF safety (Barcelona Dragons)
4th - Terry Glenn, wide reciever (New England Patriots)
5th - Mark Dekker, Zimbabwe cricket opening batsman (1993- )
6th - Elmore Spencer, NBA center (Portland Trail Blazers)
6th - Greg Knox, CFL safety (Calgary Stampeders)
7th - Sabine Hack, West Germany, tennis star
8th - Antoon Kuil, soccer player (Veendam, SC Heerenveen)
8th - Bobby Phillips, WLAF running back (Minnesota Vikings, Frankfurt Galaxy)
8th - Darrin Shannon, Barrie, NHL left wing (Winnipeg Jets)
8th - Victor Green, NFL cornerback/safety (NY Jets)
9th - Greg[ory] Klingsporn, Morristown NJ, rower (Olympics-1996)
9th - Ramon Garcia, Guanare Venezuela, pitcher (Milwaukee Brewers)
9th - Bixente Lizarazu, French footballer
10th - Darren Berry, cricketer (Victorian wicket-keeper since 1989-90)
10th - Nadim Khan, cricketer (brother of Moin Pakistani lefty spinner 1993)
10th - Rob Blake, Simcoe Ont, NHL defenseman (Team Canada, LA Kings)
10th - Todd Furdyk, CFL tackle (BC Lions)
11th - Stig Inge Bjørnebye, Norwegian footballer
11th - Sean Grande, American sportscaster
11th - Alessandro Melli, Italian footballer
12th - Courtney Hawkins, NFL wide receiver (Tampa Bay Bucs, Pittsburgh Steelers)
12th - Doug Terry, NFL/WLAF safety (KC Chiefs, Scotland Claymores)
12th - Frank Dikstaal, soccer player (MVV)
12th - Jane Robinson, Australian rower (Olympics-96)
12th - Sebastian Savage, WLAF cornerback (Rhein Fire)
13th - Sergei Fedorov, Pskov Russia, NHL forward (Detroit, Oly-S-1998)
14th - Arthur Numan, soccer player (PSV)
14th - Craig Jones, Nambour Australia, Canadian Tour golfer (NZ Open-1994)
14th - Dave Nilsson, Brisbane Australia, catcher (Milwaukee Brewers)
14th - Rogerick Green, NFL cornerback (Jacksonville Jaguars)
15th - Dan Williams, NFL defensive end (Denver Broncos, KC Chiefs)
15th - Sean Briscombe, Minneapolis Minn, diver (Olympics-96)
15th - Wayne Simmons, linebacker (KC Chiefs)
16th - Charles Mincy, NFL safety (Minnesota Vikings, Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
16th - Craig White, cricketer (England all-rounder 1994-95, AIS graduate)
17th - Dean Wilson, Kaneohe Hawaii, golfer (1991 Western Athletic)
17th - Marty Carter, NFL safety (Chic Bears)
17th - Rob Maas, Dutch soccer player (Feyenoord)
17th - Scott Player, WLAF punter (Frankfurt Galaxy)
18th - Andrew Murphy, Australian long jumper/triple jumper (Olympics-96)
18th - Chris Dausin, WLAF corner/guard (Scottish Claymores)
18th - Joanne Mills, Sydney Aust, golfer (T25 Holden 1994 Women's Aust Open)
18th - Joe Randa, Milwaukee WI, infielder (KC Royals)
18th - Keith Piper, cricketer (Warwickshire & England A wicketkeeper)
18th - Marco Coleman, NFL defensive end (Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers)
18th - T C Wright, WLAF running back (Amsterdam Admirals)
18th - Santiago Cañizares, Spanish footballer
18th - Justin Edinburgh, English footballer
19th - Michael Bates, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, Carolina Panthers)
19th - Mike Alexander, WLAF corner (Rhein Fire)
19th - Nayan Mongia, cricketer (Indian Test batsman-wicketkeeper 1994- )
19th - Santana Dotson, NFL defensive tackle (Green Bay Packers-Super Bowl 31)
19th - Scott Pearson, Cornwall, NHL left wing (Buffalo Sabres)
19th - Tom Gugliotta, NBA forward (Minnesota Timberwolves)
20th - Bobby Phills, NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers, Charlotte Hornets)
21st - Chuck Smith, NFL defensive end (Atlanta Falcons)
21st - Leon Searcy, NFL offensive tackle (Pittsburgh Steelers, Jackson Jaguars)
21st - Mihails Zemļinskis, Latvian footballer
22nd - Andrew Scott, Australian baseball infielder (Olympics-1996)
23rd - Rodney Culver, NFL running back (San Diego Chargers)
23rd - Stephen Grant, NFL linebacker (Indianapolis Colts)
23rd - Greg Biffle, American racecar driver
23rd - Rob Pelinka, American sports agent
27th - Chris Humbert, Modesto California, Water Polo 2m offense (Olympics-96)
27th - Suzanne Paxton, Balt Md, fencer-foil (Olympics-96)
27th - Jean-Christophe Boullion, French race car driver
28th - James Trapp, NFL cornerback (Oakland Raiders)
29th - Allan McNish, Scottish race car driver
30th - Jeff Thomason, NFL tight end (Green Bay Packers-Super Bowl 31)
30th - Michelle McGann, West Palm Beach FL, golfer (1995 Sara Lee Classic)

Deaths in Sport

Results 1 - 1 of 1

7th - Lefty O'Doul, American baseball player (b. 1897)


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