Soccer - FA Cup Final - Leeds United v Arsenal
The Leeds United team celebrate after beating Arsenal L-R: Mick Bates, Paul Madeley, Eddie Gray, Paul Reaney, Johhny Giles, Jack Charlton, Allan Clarke, Billy Bremner, Peter Lorimer, Norman Hunter & David Harvey
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Donald Campbell : 1966
MARCH 8: On this day in 2001, divers raised the wreck of Donald Campbell's boat, Bluebird (pictured here in 1966) from the bottom of Coniston Water in Cumbria. Campbell, 46, died in 1967 as he attempted to break the world water speed record. 1966: Donald Campbell's jet hydroplane Bluebird at speed on Coniston Water in the English Lake District.
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Eddie the Eagle : 1988
PA NEWS PHOTO 25/1/88: CHELTENHAM PLASTERER EDDIE EDWARDS (24) IN LONDON BEFORE FLYING OUT TO TRAIN WITH THE AMERICAN TEAM BEFORE THE WINTER OLYMPICS IN CALGARY. EDDIE IS TO BECOME BRITAIN'S FIRST OLYMPIC SKI-JUMPER. * 17/07/03 Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards, Britain's most famous ski-jumper, who has taken off in a new direction - by graduating from university as a mature student. The 39-year-old former plasterer, shown here in training before he shot to fame in the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, has spent the last three years studying law at De Montfort University, Leicester, and achieved a 2:2.
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