May 28th, 2019

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Rolf Milser (Germany): Moscow, 1983


History in Color:


October 29, 1983, Moscow, Russia – 32-year old Rolf Milser of West Germany wins a silver medal in the 100kg weight class at the 1983 World Championships in Moscow.


At the 1983 World Championships, Milser finished on the 6th place with a 390kg (170+220) total.


Olympic champion Rolf Milser (b. 1951) was the most successful and impressive West German weightlifter of the 20th century.


He represented his country at 3 Summer Olympics (1972, 1976, 1984). He had to miss the 1980 Olympicsdue to the boycott of Moscow Olympics.


Milser won a gold Olympic medal in the 100kg weight class in Los Angeles. He is also a 2x World Champion (1978, 1984), European Champion (1979) and an author of 2 world records (both in the clean-and-jerk).

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Golden Goal or It's Boston vs. St. Louis Stanley Cup Finals Again


It was one of the most memorable goal in the history of the Game.


“The Flight”, the golden goal by Legendary Bobby Orr who, on May 10, 1970, scored his overtime 1970 Stanley Cup Cup-winning goal in Game 4 of the finals between Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues.


49 years afterwards, it’s Bruins vs. St. Louis again. Players on the ice were not even born at the time Orr scored that goal.


The Bruins won the championship series opener by 4-2 last night. In 1970, they swept the St. Louis Blues in 4 games. By the look of the 2019 Game 1, it might be a much longer series.


In any way, we all hope to see more unforgettable moments to remember. Perhaps, a new golden goal or golden save.


Lets go Bruins!