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Wonderful Wales: Five other famous Welsh sports successes

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Golf: Woosnam Masters Augusta

Ian Woosnam or The 'Wee Welshman' as he was fondly known stood tall at the demanding Augusta course in 1991. Adorned in eye-catching red-chequered trousers he went to the final hole tied for the lead with two-time Masters champion Tom Watson and top Spani

Athletics: Hurdles no barrier to Jackson

Colin Jackson a flamboyant character off the track -- he once turned up at a promotional event for the world championships in Sevilla dressed in a striking pink matador's outfit -- enjoyed his greatest moment in the 110 metres hurdles at the 1993 world ch

Rugby Union: Dragon roars to rare victory over All Blacks

Wales' last victory over the mighty All Blacks came 29 matches and 63 years ago in Cardiff in 1953. It came in adverse circumstances, trailing 8-3 and with wing Gareth Griffiths carrying on despite a dislocated shoulder, whilst skipper Bleddyn Williams '

Boxing: Calzaghe dominates on 'Judgement Day'

Joe Calzaghe's finest moment came in a dominant display by the WBO light middleweight champion -- on his return from a broken hand -- for the IBF title against hot American favourite Jeff Lacy in a 2006 bout that was tagged 'Judgement Day'. Calzaghe, the

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Horse Racing: Nice one Sirrell

Desert Orchid, whose front running and courageous jumping exploits lit up the 'Sport of Kings' in the 1980's came to the 1990 Cheltenham Gold Cup as the hot favourite and defending champion. That plan came spectacularly undone in the unlikeliest shape of

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