Record Breaking Weekend For Sport



The past weekend has been one of the most memorable when it comes to history breaking weekends due to the amount of records that have been broken by some of the biggest stars in their respective sports. Today we look into them a little bit deeper.

First, we will start with Formula 1 in which saw Lewis Hamilton win the Eifel Grand Prix which puts him amongst the greatest of all time Michael Schumacher which he tied his record of 91 F1 wins. What this means in that Hamilton will of course break this record soon, probably this season in what will be an unbelievable achievement. A quite touching moment when Schumacher’s son Mike passed Hamilton a red helmet to celebrate his 91st win.

Next up would be another record-equalling weekend but this time in Tennis where Rafa Nadal went on to beat Novak Djokovic in straight sets to claim his 13th French Open title and 20th grand slam title which he now shares with rival Roger Federer. Nadal was very complimentary to his Swiss rival and explained “our rivalry pushed us both further!” Nadal’s longevity is something that should be commended though with his record for 101 wins and 2 losses at Rolland Garros being one of the greatest achievements in the sport.

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The final achievement in which we are going to highlight from this weekend is the Los Angeles Lakers claiming their 17th NBA Title where Lebron James claimed his 4th title and his 4th MVP. LeBron gets many critics during his career in the NBA but has silenced them all this year with him claiming the number one spot, second to none. He claimed “respect my damn name” in his post-match interview as he becomes the only player to win the NBA with 3 different franchises.