Aston Villa - 1969/70
Football - 1969 / 1970 Aston Villa photocall - Full Squad Team Group
Back (left to right): Peter Broadbent, Alan Deakin, Ian Hamilton, Barry Hole, Ferd Turnbull, Fred Pedley (physiotherapist), Barry Lynch, Lew Chatterley, Keith Bradley, Joe Donnelly, Michael Hancock.
Centre: Alex McMillan, Brian Little, Pat McMahon, Dave Simmons, Dick Edwards, Gordon Knowles, Graham Leggat (youth team trainer), John Dunn, Neil Rioch, Charlie Aitken, Brian Godfrey, Dave Rudge.
Sitting: Arthur Cox (trainer), Michael Kearney, Brian Rowan, John Griffiths, Lionel Martin, Micky Wright, Mike Ferguson, Brian Tiler, Bruce Rioch, Willie Anderson, Tommy Docherty (manager).
Ground: Gary Smith, Greig Fellows, Dennis Common, Alastair Cook, Billy Kellow, Roy Stark, David Thorneloe, Bobby Glaze, Jimmy Brown.
Nadia Comaneci at the 1976 Montreal Olympics
Gymnastics - 1976 Montreal Olympics - Women's Balance Beam
Romania's Nadia Comaneci on the way to winning gold in the balance beam in the Montreal Forum, Quebec, Canada.
The 14 year-old had earlier scored 10.0 in the team uneven bars, the first time in modern Olympic gymnastics history that the score had ever been awarded. She scored an additional six 10s as she captured gold in the all-around, beam and uneven bars titles, bronze in the floor exercises, and silver with Romania in the team competition.
Olga Korbut - 1972 Munich Olympics - Women's Gymnastics
Gymnastics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Women's Uneven Bars
The USSR's Olga Korbut on the way to winning the silver medal in the uneven bars in the Sports Hall, Olympic Park, Munich, West Germany.
At the 1972 Games the 17 year-old Korbut won gold medals in the balance beam, floor exercises, and team event, and a silver in the uneven bars. Her open display of emotion and tears, after a disastrous uneven bars routine cost her a medal in the individual competition, captivated the Munich audience and endeared her to millions watching on television.