Remember it. Take a picture of it.

Remember it. Take a picture of it.

A photographic memory from this year’s sporting world
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With all the pressure that followed “The Decision” and his maximum contract, LeBron James fell short of his larger-than-life expectations his first year in Miami in 2011. He had plenty to smile about in 2012, though – NBA MVP, NBA Finals MVP, an NBA championship and Olympic gold.
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This is not how we’re used to seeing Tom Brady. New England’s quarterback only could hang his head after a late interception in last year’s Super Bowl that spurred the New York Giants to a 21-17 victory.
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Maria Sharapova, who won her first major at Wimbledon as a teenager in 2004, finally completed a Sharapova Slam in 2011 – the Australian Open, U.S. Open, Wimbledon and finally, in 2012, the French Open.
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It was a perfect 2012 for Brittney Griner and Baylor. The Bears played 40 games and won them all, becoming the seventh team in the NCAA era to finish something-and-oh but the first to win two score.
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Roger Federer has kissed a lot of trophies at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships at Wimbledon, England. For the seventh time, Federer reigned supreme at the All England Club, winning the grass-court title and his 17th Grand Slam crown overall.
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The McKayla Maroney Is Not Impressed Face.
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Gold, gold, gold in London. Gold, gold, gold in Beijing. And he became the first man to win the 100-200 double at consecutive Olympics. That’s perfection. “I’m now a living legend,” Usain Bolt said. “I’m also the greatest athlete to live.”
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