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The XIII Winter Olympic Games were held in the small village of Lake Placid, New York. The Soviet war in Afghanistan was two months old, and the Cold War was at its height. The Soviet hockey team--who had won four of the preceding six Olympics and were a team of seasoned professional players with years of competitive experience around the world--seemed set for their fifth Olympic gold medal.

The U.S. team entered the Games seeded seventh out of 12 teams.

The Soviets versus United States game was tied at 2-2 after the first period. The Soviets scored the only goal in the second period, and Mark Johnson's goal in the third period brought the game back to a tie. With only 10 minutes left in the game, Mike Eruzione scored the famous fourth and winning goal. Jim Craig's amazing play at the net is credited with helping the U.S. team defeat the Soviets 4-3. As the clock wound down in the final seconds, ABC Sports broadcaster Al Michaels asked the viewing audience, "Do you believe in miracles?"

Jim McKay, the host of ABC's Wide World of Sports, was asked to put into words what he had just seen. He said, "That may be the greatest upset in sports history."

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The Sports Business Handbook's rerelease features 50 game-changing moments in the sports industry, including the Black Power salute at the 1968 Olympics and George Steinbrenner's acquisition of the New York Yankees. In partnership with STAKS, author Rick Horrow has created 50 NFTs redeemable for physical artwork of these events.

Buyers will also receive an autographed copy of Horrow's book and 2 VIP tickets to the Palm Beach Kennel Club's "Lunch with a Legend" event in West Palm Beach, FL. Previous speakers have included Joe Theisman, Nat Moore, Doug Flutie, & Jack Nichalous. 5 NFT buyers will also win an all-expenses-paid dinner following the event with Rick Horrow at Kitchen North Restaurant.

Use the Google Form in the "Unlockable Content" section of your NFT to fill out your information for redemption. Redemption is guaranteed only for NFTs listed by Officialstaks, and delivery is limited to US addresses.

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Token StandardERC-1155
ChainEthereum
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Last Updated7 months ago
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The XIII Winter Olympic Games were held in the small village of Lake Placid, New York. The Soviet war in Afghanistan was two months old, and the Cold War was at its height. The Soviet hockey team--who had won four of the preceding six Olympics and were a team of seasoned professional players with years of competitive experience around the world--seemed set for their fifth Olympic gold medal.

The U.S. team entered the Games seeded seventh out of 12 teams.

The Soviets versus United States game was tied at 2-2 after the first period. The Soviets scored the only goal in the second period, and Mark Johnson's goal in the third period brought the game back to a tie. With only 10 minutes left in the game, Mike Eruzione scored the famous fourth and winning goal. Jim Craig's amazing play at the net is credited with helping the U.S. team defeat the Soviets 4-3. As the clock wound down in the final seconds, ABC Sports broadcaster Al Michaels asked the viewing audience, "Do you believe in miracles?"

Jim McKay, the host of ABC's Wide World of Sports, was asked to put into words what he had just seen. He said, "That may be the greatest upset in sports history."

50 Sports Moments That Changed The Industry collection image

The Sports Business Handbook's rerelease features 50 game-changing moments in the sports industry, including the Black Power salute at the 1968 Olympics and George Steinbrenner's acquisition of the New York Yankees. In partnership with STAKS, author Rick Horrow has created 50 NFTs redeemable for physical artwork of these events.

Buyers will also receive an autographed copy of Horrow's book and 2 VIP tickets to the Palm Beach Kennel Club's "Lunch with a Legend" event in West Palm Beach, FL. Previous speakers have included Joe Theisman, Nat Moore, Doug Flutie, & Jack Nichalous. 5 NFT buyers will also win an all-expenses-paid dinner following the event with Rick Horrow at Kitchen North Restaurant.

Use the Google Form in the "Unlockable Content" section of your NFT to fill out your information for redemption. Redemption is guaranteed only for NFTs listed by Officialstaks, and delivery is limited to US addresses.

Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
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Token StandardERC-1155
ChainEthereum
MetadataCentralized
Last Updated7 months ago
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