Sports Events on 22/3      

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22/3/2000Italian footballer and coach, Carlo Parola dies aged 79. He is most famous for his time with Juventus with whom he played 334 games and scored 10 goals, while he also had brief spells with Lazio and Midland in Argentina before going into management. He is also famous for being the author of one of the most spectacular Bicycle kicks of the Italian football, during the Fiorentina - Juventus 0-0 match on 15/1/1950, a kick which became the official logo of the Panini football sticker collection“Calciatori”.
22/3/2000Former Juventus international footballer Carlo Parola dies in Turin aged 79
22/3/1997Tara Lipinski becomes the youngest ice skating world champion (14 years and 10 months old) in Lausanne
22/3/1997Led by coach Giannis Giannouris, Vouliagmeni win the European Cup after defeating Roma 7-6 (Afroudakis 3, Psichos 2, Lorantos and Koutsogilanis) in Athens
22/3/1996Jose Luis Chilavert of Paraguay, the best goalkeeper of the century, scores with a 60-meter shot at the Velez-River Plate match (3-2)
22/3/1986Debi Thomas becomes the first black woman to win the world figure skating title
22/3/1976Athens hosts the games of the 5th qualifying group of the 6th European Nations Cup in Chess, which started on 20/3, and will last for 9 days. Germany defeats Greece with 6-2 and takes the first place leaving Israel, Spain and Greece behind
22/3/1975Themos Asderis dies aged 75. He was one of the players who signed with AEK, immediately after the team’s formation, coming from Pera Club of Istanbul. Later on, he became a coach (and a national) and a referee
22/3/1894First hockey game for Stanley Cup. Montreal Amateur Athletic Association defeat Ottawa Capitals 3-1
22/3/1893At Smith College's gymnasium in Northampton, Massachusetts professor Berenson throws the ball high to start the first women's basketball game
22/3/1888The English football league is established at the instigation of Aston Villa's president William McGregor


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