Wonders of the Sporting World - TrailBlazer Venues
Here is a list published on trailblazertimes.com of what they considered the top 10 Wonders of the Sporting World (Legendary sporting venues).
There are lots of US venues on this list, so maybe not a worldly view of the true wonders of the sporting world. See more about the Seven Sporting Wonders of the World.
|1.||The Colosseum||Rome, Italy||Possibly the oldest standing sporting venue in the world, once hosted 'sports' where Gladiators would fight animals and each other to the pleasure of spectators.|
|2.||Yankee Stadium (old)||New York City, New York, USA||home to New York Yankees, the old stadium was pulled down in 2008.|
|3.||Lambeau Field||Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA||Green Bay Packers home ground|
|4.||Indianapolis Motor Speedway||Indianapolis, USA||Home to the Indianapolis 500. Opened in 1909 as the largest sporting venue in the world, and is still close to that now,|
|5.||Augusta National Golf Club||Augusta, Georgia, USA||home of the Masters golf major.|
|6.||The Rose Bowl||Pasadena, California, USA||home of the Rose Bowl|
|7.||Madison Square Garden||New York City, New York, USA||home of the NBA's New York Knicks and the NHL's New York Rangers|
|8.||All England Tennis Club||Wimbledon, England||home of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships|
|9.||Churchill Downs||Louisville, Kentucky, USA||home of the Kentucky Derby|
|10.||Wembley Stadium||Wembley Park, London, UK||new stadium completed in 1997, costing 798 million pounds. Host of the FA Cup.|
- This list was seen on www.trailblazertimes.com (no longer available) in about 2010.
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