List of the best individual winners in the history of different sports!
Sports are a very vital part of our life and everybody in their lifetime pursues one or the other sports as their hobby or passion. The people who are really passionate about the sport they love the most either becomes the die-hard fan or a significant part of that game in the international arena representing their country or the club that they play for.
Today, we are going to talk about the famous sports personalities who have been the pillar of that sport or have been a vital part in establishing worldwide fame in the international circuit. So, get ready to witness all the real life winners in the long-living era of sports.
The famous sporting personalities from all over the world who have been the biggest winners in their sports are as follows:
Roger Federer is a famous tennis player from Switzerland. He possesses the most number of Grand Slam singles trophies in the history of Men’s tennis bagging as high as 18 titles. Roger Federer further holds the grandest slams matches victories record in the history having 314 wins.
Vincent Thomas Lombardi or Vince Lombardi was a famous American Football player. He was the winner of 5 NFL championships and also won the two initial Super Bowls in the decade of 1960s being Green Bay Packers’ Head Coach. He also vectored in 96 games within the consistent season and possessed a postseason record of 9-1, in 10 different seasons.
Michael Phelps is a former American competitive swimmer. He has been the majorly adorned athlete in the history of Olympics possessing 28 medals in total in the individual as well as the relay trials. The tally of his Olympic Medals includes a total of 23 gold medals. With that record, we can certainly say that he is the real life winner for sure!
John Wooden was an American Basketball player and coach. He earned 10 state championships in the period of 1964-75 being UCLA Men’s basketball’s Head Coach, comprising of 7 straight wins in the period of 1967-73. His teams moreover comprised of an 88-match victorious streak in the initial 1970s and a 38-game winning series record in the NCAA Tournament in the period from 1964 to 1974.
Pat Summitt used to be the head coach of the American women’s college basketball. The fabulous women’s basketball head coach from Tennessee earned 8 national trophies. Summitt is moreover the most successful head coach in the history of NCAA bagging the maximum of 1,098 wins.