1935 in sports

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Years in sports: 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938
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Years: 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938

1935 in sports describes the year's events in world sport.

Alpine skiing

FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 5th FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are held at Mürren, Switzerland. The events are a downhill, a slalom and a combined race in both the men's and women's categories. The winners are:

American football

Association football

England

Spain

Germany

Italy

Portugal

France

Brazil

Australian rules football

VFL Premiership

South Australian National Football League

Western Australian National Football League

Baseball

Hank Greenberg, Hall of Famer and 2-time MVP

Basketball

Events

Boxing

Events

Lineal world champions[1]

Cricket

Events

England

Australia

South Africa

India

New Zealand

West Indies

Cycling

Tour de France

  • Romain Maes wins the 29th Tour de France
  • Francisco Cepeda becomes the first rider to die during a Tour de France when he falls from his bike descending into a ravine[2]

Giro d'Italia

Vuelta a España

  • The first edition of what will eventually become of one road bicycle racing's Grand Tours is raced and won by Gustaaf Deloor.

Golf

Men's professional

Men's amateur

Women's professional

Horse racing

Steeplechases

Flat races

Ice hockey

Motorsport

Nordic skiing

FIS Nordic World Ski Championships

Rowing

The Boat Race

Rugby league

Rugby union

Snooker

Speed skating

Speed Skating World Championships

Tennis

Australia

England

France

USA

Davis Cup

Awards

Notes

a The medal was originally awarded to Daily on a "casting vote", but it was forgotten that a countback would decide the medal in the event of tie – so both were given the medal after this error was discovered, since Krepp would have won outright had the countback been done first.

References

  1. ^ Cyber Boxing Zone
  2. ^ Dauncey, Hugh and Hare, Geoff (editors); The Tour De France, 1903-2003: A Century of Sporting Structures, Meanings and Values; pp. 96, 269. ISBN 0714682977
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