IUB SPH-M 333 - M333 Exam 2 Notes (21 pages)

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Sph-M 333 - Sport in America: Hist Perspectv
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03 05 2014 Exam 2 Review Chapter 6 and 15 Muhammad Ali o He went to jail was sentenced 5 years o Refused to fight in Vietnam war stripping him of his heavyweight title and suspended boxing license after refusing to be inducted into US Army o Not undefeated lost 5 fights o Jan 17 1942 in Louisville Discovered by Martin o Civil Rights Tensions o Beatles and Ali o Influences on integration known for trash talking and work on civil rights o 3 years he wasn t able to box o Joe Frazer in thriller in Manila o Got his red bike stolen from him is what started his career o A key person he associated with in 1960 s Elijah Muhammad Malcolm X Martin Luther King Jr John F Kennedy Bodak trained Ali for the last four years of his amateur career that culminated with the winning of a Gold Medal for the light heavyweight competition at the 1960 Summer Olympic Games held in Rome Italy he hired Angelo Dundee whom he had met in February 1957 during Ali s amateur career 28 to be his trainer Around this time Joe Louis o Record 25 title defense Held until 1949 o More reserved served in the army o Got the countries support for fighting against a German boxer Stood for him because of America o The Brown Bomber o Mike Jacobs 2oth century boxing club radio sponsorship o Won title in 1937 from James J Braddock o Vs Maxx Schmeling 1938 2 min and 4 second o VS Billy Conn 1941 HE CAN RUN BUT HE CAN T HIDE o Forced out retirement to pay IRS bill o Later became first black golfer in a PGA event Jack Dempsey o The Manassas Mauler o Brutal fighting style o Won title from Willard o First 1m gate o Count was a lot longer than 10 seconds because of new rules more like 15 sec o the Long count Dempsey forgot a new rule requiring him to return while the referee counted o Own restaurant in NY o Acting career Broadway the Big Fight o Lieutenant commander in the Coast Guard o Ranked 2nd to Babe Ruth among greatest American sports icons of 1920 s o Induced Boxing Hall of Fame Rocky M o Went undefeated in his career o The Brockton Blockbuster Beat Jersey Joe Walcott in 1952 o 49 0 with 45 knockouts o Retired in 1956 Jack Johnson o Known for taunting his opponents o Endorsed products o Dated and married white women o Galveston Giant o First black champ in 1908 o Patience strategy o Matches promoted based on ethnic and racial animosities o The Reign of Terror and the Great White Hope search o VS Tommy Burns 1908 Stanley Ketchel 1909 James Jeffries 1910 Fight of the Century Fight white fighters only before 1913 Jess Willard 1915 Round 26 John Sullivan o known as the Boston Strong Boy was recognized as the first Heavyweight Champion of gloved boxing from February 7 1882 to 1892 and is generally recognized as the last heavyweight champion of bare knuckle boxing under the London Prize Ring Rules He was the first American athlete to earn over one million dollars Queensberry Rules o More of a Gentlemen s sport like in Europe SPORT MANAGEMENT o The business administration Sport Management BS o Know first institution to have sports man Undergrad and grad Ohio University o Sport Man came 1985 to IU o Focused on facility management marketing contracts negotiation o Helped the program here at IU Larry Fielding Title 9 o 1972 o 1 out of every 27 girls active in 1972 o 1999 1 in 3 girls apart of organized sport Babe Dedrickson Zaharias o Criticized for being manly o Excelled in many sports o LPGA circuit began under the leadership of her after the second WW o 1932 media sensation o Babe defined norms Unmarried self supporting and earning big money she rejected the economically dependent status expected of women o High school star basketball softball volleyball swimming and diving and track o 1932 AAU national meet Olympic qualifier o 3 hour period she won six of 10 events setting 5 world records o Olympic Rules 3 event max for women o 2 world records javelin 80m hurdles o Should have been 3 high jump head first Ann Meyers o First women and only women to sign a contract with the NBA team Pacers o First women to receive scholarship for 4 years o Attended UCLA Mia Hamm o Age 14 attracted attention for her play on Olympic developmental soccer team o At 15 became the youngest player ever named to the national team led North Carolina to four consecutive championships o Age 25 worlds best female soccer player o Face of it and endorsed for Nike and Gatorade o Leading score until recently broken by Amy Wabash o In commercials with MJ in height of his career Anything you can do I can do better o She captured the imagination of the American people Michelle Kwan o Ice Skater o Highest paid figure skater 1997 2005 o Won US championship and world 1996 Billy Jean King o Won Battle of the Sexes against Bobby Riggs said he could beat any top ranked women o Winner takes all 100 000 prize o Biggest thing fought for was equal pay o Fought during and after her career o 1965 was top ranked American woman tennis player o Won 4 US Open championships o Won 72 tournaments winning 2 mil during her career o 6 Wimbledon aingle titles o Boxing o What technology TV changed whole world of boxing o Able to lose some and still win championships changed with TV had to be undefeated Florence Griffith Joyner o BY NOW KNOWN TO THE WORLD AS FLO JO GRIFFITH JOYNER WAS THE BIG FAVORITE FOR THE TITLES IN THE SPRINT EVENTS AT THE 1988 SUMMER OLYMPICS IN THE 100METER FINAL SHE RAN A WIND ASSISTED 10 54 BEATING HER NEAREST RIVAL EVELYN ASHFORD BY 0 30 SECONDS IN THE 200 METER SEMIFINAL SHE SET THE WORLD RECORD OF 21 56 SECONDS AND THEN SHE BROKE THIS RECORD AGAIN IN WINNING IN THE FINALS BY 0 40 SECONDS WITH HER TIME OF 21 34 SEC o 1984 LOS ANGELES OLYMPICS o SILVER 200M DASH o 1988 SEOUL OLYMPICS SOUTH KOREA GOLD 100M DASH 2OOM DASH 4X100M RELAY SILVER 4X400M RELAY o ACCUSED OF STEROIDS BUT NEVER TESTED POSITIVE o DIED OF EPILEPTIC SEIZURE IN 1998 38 YEARS OLD Jackie Joyner Kersee o HAVING BEEN NAMED BY SPORTS ILLUSTRATED AS THE GREATEST FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE 20TH CENTURY JACKIE JOYNER KERSEE S ATHLETIC CREDENTIALS ARE UNQUESTIONABLY AMONG THE BEST EVER IN ALL OF SPORT A SIX TIME OLYMPIC MEDALIST INCLUDING THREE OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALS JOYNER KERSEE DOMINATED THE OLYMPIC HEPTATHLON AND LONG JUMP EVENTS THROUGHOUT HER CAREER WHICH SPANNED FOUR OLYMPIC GAMES WON GOLD MEDALS IN BOTH HEPTATHLON AND LONG JUMP 1988 OLYMPIC GAMES o 1984 LOS ANGELES OLYMPICS o SILVER HEPTATHLON o 1988 SEOUL OLYMPICS SOUTH KOREA o GOLD HEPTATHLON LONG JUMPS o FIRST AMERICAN WOMAN TO WIN A GOLD IN …


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