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Super Bowl III, played in 1969, was the first to use Roman numerals. The previous two were called the AFL-NFL Championship Game.
Football offenses get four chances or "downs" to advance the ball 10 yards. If they don't do so successfully it is turned over to their opponents.
In 2002, Serena Williams beat her elder sister, Venus Williams in the finals of the Wimbledon Championship to claim her first ever title in this competition. She was only 20 years old at that time.
Answer: The Draft Lottery
Answer: Roger Federer
With the exception of Roger Federer, who is from Switzerland, the rest of the players all hail from France.
At the women's singles 2003 Australian Open Championship, Serena defeated her sister Venus in the finals to claim her first women's singles in the Australian Open Championship.
Answer: Red Sox great Carl Yastrzemski is the Red Sox player who played their whole career with the club with the most career hits at 3,419.
Answer: Houston Rockets
Scottie Pippen was traded to the Houston Rockets in 1999 for the relatively-obscure player Roy Rogers and a worthless second-round pick, but by that time the Bulls had firmly decided that the highly-successful Jordan years, which Pippen helped define, were over.
Answer: Lebron James
Lebron James accomplished this amazing feat in 2012, including winning a gold medal at the Olympics, just as Jordan had back in 1992.