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  • The greatest athletes of all time

    They set records, dominated their disciplines and are legends of world sport! sport.de presents the best athletes of all time!
  • BOXING: Muhammed Ali (USA)

    He called himself The Greatest - for us he is too! With his style and aura, Muhammed Ali is revolutionizing an entire sport and has crowned himself the undisputed world boxing champion three times. Recognized as the greatest athlete of the century by the IOC and many major media outlets. Dies in June 2016 after a long period of Parkinson's disease.
  • FOOTBALL: Pelé (Brazil)

    The Brazilian is three times world champion and is already considered a complete player as a teenager with a high risk of scoring and a high level of intelligence. The striker celebrates great successes with FC Santos, winning the Brazilian national championship Campeonato Paulista ten times. His 1,000th career goal was celebrated with gusto in the Maracana and across the country.
  • HANDBALL: Thierry Omeyer (France)

    As a title collector, Thierry Omeyer is unsurpassed! Nine times the best goalkeeper of all time is French champions, six times German champions, plus four Champions League titles. With the national team, the world handball player won five World Cup, three European Championship and two Olympic titles in 2008. What a balance!
  • BASKETBALL: Michael Jordan (USA)

    The Shooting Guard dominated the NBA with the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s and won the championship six times. He becomes the final MVP for all titles and still holds the NBA record for the highest point average (30.1).
  • GOLF: Tiger Woods (USA)

    Tiger Woods has celebrated 14 major victories in its 20-year career. An absolute icon not only on the green, but also in advertising: According to Forbes, Woods is the first athlete to have earned over a billion US dollars. After a serious back injury, has been fighting for years to get back to the top of the world.
  • CYCLING: Eddy Merckx (Belgium)

    Between 1969 and 1974, the Belgian cycling legend became the first rider to win the Tour de France overall five times. He celebrates just as many victories at the Giro d'Italia. To this day he holds the record of most stage wins (34) and is considered the most complete cyclist of all time due to his all-rounder qualities.
  • FORMULA 1: Michael Schumacher (Germany)

    Seven world championship titles and 91 Grand Prix victories are just two of the many bests the Kerpener has set during his active career. Celebrated its first world championship successes in the Benetton and heralded the most successful era in Formula 1 history in Ferrari in the early 2000s. In the winter of 2013 she had a hard time on a ski vacation.
  • WEIGHT ATHLETICS: Serhij Bubka (USSR / Ukraine)

    The Ukrainian has held the world record in the pole vault for over 20 years. Between 1983 and 1997 he became world champion six times in a row and improved the world record a total of 35 times. In total, Bubka jumps the magical 6-meter mark 43 times.