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Tuesday, July 10, 2012
TIME TO BREAK OUT THE GOOD STUFF-THE CUPS, PLATES AND TROPHIES THAT MARK 2008'S WINNING MOMENTS


1. Australian Open, Maria Sharapova 2. IIHF World Hockey Championship, Russia (Alexey Morozov) 3. NCAA Men's Basketball Championship, Kansas (Sherron Collins) 4. European Football Championship (soccer), Spain (Sergio Ramos, Iker Casillas) 5. NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship, Syracuse (Matt Abbott) 6. Belmont Stakes, Da' Tara (jockey Alan Garcia) 7. Lombardi Trophy (Super Bowl), Giants (Eli Manning, Tom Coughlin) 8. BCS Championship, LSU (Ricky Jean-Francois) 9. Daytona 500, Ryan Newman 10. U.S. Open (tennis), Serena Williams 11. French Open, Rafael Nadal 12. Kentucky Derby, Big Brown (jockey Kent Desormeaux) 13. Wimbledon, Venus Williams 14. Australian Open, Novak Djokovic 15. U.S. Open (tennis), Roger Federer 16. Olympic Men's Track and Field 200m gold medal, Usain Bolt (Jamaica) 17. Tour de France, Carlos Sastre (CSC) 18. Stanley Cup, Red Wings (Tomas Kopecky) 19. Ryder Cup, Team USA (Paul Azinger) 20. Sprint Cup, Jimmie Johnson 21. Rose Bowl, USC (Lawrence Jackson, Terrell Thomas) 22. Dew Cup (skateboard park), Chaz Ortiz 23. Olympic Men's Gymnastics Team bronze medal, USA 24. Larry O'Brien NBA Championship Trophy, Celtics 25. Preakness Stakes, Big Brown (jockey Desormeaux) 26. Olympic Women's Gymnastics All-Around silver medal and gold medal, Shawn Johnson and Nastia Liukin (USA) 27. Scripps National Spelling Bee, Sameer Mishra (Indiana) 28. National Scrabble Championship, Nigel Richards 29. ASP World Tour (surfing), Kelly Slater 30. NCAA Men's College World Series, Fresno State 31. The Masters, Trevor Immelman 32. Maloof Money Cup (skate street), Paul Rodriguez 33. Wimbledon, Nadal 34. Olympic Men's Swimming 200m Butterfly gold medal, Michael Phelps 35.MLB World Series, Phillies (Shane Victorino) 36. Indy 500, Scott Dixon 37. NCAA Women's Basketball Championship, Tennessee 38.Wanamaker Trophy (PGA Championship), Padraig Harrington 39. Olympic Women's Gymnastics Team gold medal, China 40. MLB All-Star MVP, J.D. Drew (AL) 41. French Open, Ana Ivanovic 42. Summer X Games Skate Street gold medal, Ryan Sheckler 43. Premier League Darts, Phil Taylor 44. U.S. Women's Open (golf), Inbee Park 45. NBA Finals MVP, Paul Pierce (Celtics) 46. U.S. Open (golf), Tiger Woods