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Images Dated 2012 February

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Choose from 170 pictures in our Images Dated 2012 February collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Yorkshire C.C.C. - 1928 Featured February Print

Yorkshire C.C.C. - 1928

Cricket - 1928 season - Yorkshire County Cricket Club Team Group
Back (Left to right): Sutcliffe, Robinson, Barber, Mitchell, Edward Oldroyd, Leyland, Wood.
Front: Holmes, Rhodes, W. A. Worsley, Jaques, Macaulay.
Oldroyd is the Great grandfather to Five Live's BBC Radio presenter Elena Oldroyd

© Colorsport

Chelsea players train near Blackpool in 1966 Featured February Print

Chelsea players train near Blackpool in 1966

Football - Chelsea Training - Norbreck
Tommy Docherty the Chelsea Manager (left), brings back the team from the training ground after a wet and muddy training session.
Left to Right: Tommy Docherty, Marvin Hinton, John Boyle, Ron "Chopper" Harris, Eddie McCreadie, Peter Houseman and Joe Kirkup, Peter Bonetti and a member of Chelsea coaching team.
Credit : Colorsport

© Colorsport

Vince Matthews win the 400m at the 1972 Munich Olympics Featured February Print

Vince Matthews win the 400m at the 1972 Munich Olympics

Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Men's 400m Final
USA's Vince Matthews (#999;right) wins the race in 44.66 with compatriot Wayne Collett (#978) second in 44.80 in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany. Third is Kenya's Julius Sang (#587), and also pictured is West Germany's Karl Honz, who was seventh.
The success was overshadowed by the suspension of Matthews and Collett by the IOC after the medal ceremony, where they were talking to each other and fidgeting while the US national anthem played, leading many to believe it was a Black Power protest like that of Tommie Smith and John Carlos in 1968.
Collett stated afterwards "I couldn't stand there and sing the words because I don't believe they're true. I wish they were. I believe we have the potential to have a beautiful country, but I don't think we do."

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