Sporting highlights of 2023



28-29: Aryna Sabalenka secures her first major title at the Australian Open. Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic clinches his 10th Australian Open title, extending his record.

29: Denmark triumphs over France, claiming the third IHF World Men’s Handball Championship.


7: LeBron James of the LA Lakers becomes the all-time leading scorer in NBA history.

12: The Kansas City Chiefs defeat the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII.


11: Mikaela Shiffrin makes history as the most successful skier in World Cup history, surpassing Ingemar Stenmark’s overall record.


9: Jon Rahm of Spain emerges victorious at the U.S. Masters after Brooks Koepka fades on an exciting final day.


3: Erling Haaland sets a Premier League goals record with his 35th goal of the season for Manchester City.

28: Primoz Roglic claims victory in the Giro d’Italia, marking his fourth Grand Tour win.


6: The PGA Tour, European Tour, and Saudi-funded LIV Golf agree to merge, unifying the fractured world of golf.

10: Manchester City secures its first European Cup, completing a treble after triumphs in the Premier League and FA Cup.

11: At Roland Garros, Novak Djokovic secures his record 23rd major title, while Iga Swiatek clinches the women’s title.

12: The Denver Nuggets win the NBA Finals.



16: Carlos Alcaraz triumphs at Wimbledon in a pulsating five-set final.

23: Jonas Vingegaard successfully defends his Tour de France crown.

31: Australia, led by Pat Cummins, retains the Ashes after drawing a five-match cricket series against England.


20: Spain defeats England to become the first European team to win the Women’s World Cup since 2007.


9: Teenage star Coco Gauff secures her first Grand Slam title at the U.S. Open.

24: Tigst Assefa of Ethiopia shatters the women’s world record by over two minutes at the Berlin Marathon.


1: Team Europe triumphs over the USA to win golf’s Ryder Cup by 16½-11½ points.

7: Max Verstappen, driving for Red Bull, wins his third F1 World Championship in dominant style.

8: Kenya’s Kelvin Kiptum sparks the “Supershoe” debate by shattering the world record at the Chicago Marathon.

21: Manchester United legend Bobby Charlton passes away at the age of 86.

28: South Africa secures a record fourth Rugby World Cup, defeating New Zealand in a thrilling encounter in Paris.

30: World Cup winners Lionel Messi and Aitana Bonmati receive the Ballons d’Or.


19: Australia stuns hosts India in Ahmedabad to win the sixth men’s Cricket World Cup.


2: The UEFA Euro 2024 draw pits host nation Germany against Scotland in the opening match scheduled for next June.

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