Unrealistic sports records that can not be beat
• Unrealistic sports records that can not be beat
It is said that all records will be beaten sooner or later. Any? Unlikely. Some sports achievements not hold even years - decades. It seems incredible that ordinary people were able to achieve such results. But the usual right? Looking at these staggering figures, necessarily will reflect, rather than whether those aliens who have managed to greatly exceed the limits of human strength.
Table tennis is very popular in China. Sport has become a part of the Summer Games in 1988 and since then has left to China has 53 gold medals. Hardly any other country even close approach to this amount.
From 1999 to 2005, the great Lance Armstrong has won every race the Tour de France. Beat this record? Over the edge of fiction.
Leonid Taranenko not in vain considered to be a true legend of weightlifting. Despite the fact that in 1983 an athlete accidentally infected stafilokkok, he was able to return to the platform, and even beat his own record. On heavyweights Cup in Canberra Taranenko pushed 266 kg. Mind is not understandable!
For two decades, the Red Baron won the tournament seven times Formula-1. Michael Schumacher five years in a row to finish the season in first place and continued to amaze the audience, if not the tragedy, which occurred with the athlete on vacation.
It is physically impossible to repeat what I was able to make Rioja Mas'ud in July 2008. Two seconds it took the fighter to send an opponent to the canvas!
Entire teams in today's basketball can not repeat the record of Wilt Chamberlain, set in 1962. For one game this magnificent striker realized 36 shots and scored 28 free throws, gaining a total of as much as 100 points.
We have these races is not very popular, but for NASCAR Americans - one of the most important events of the year. At this point, even the best drivers to work up to 10 victories per season, not even close to finding the record of Richard Petty, who miraculously managed to score as many as 27 victories.
Michael Phelps, the one that recently competed with the white shark remains unsurpassed record for swimming. On account of Phelps' 28 Olympic gold medals, that just does not leave a chance to smash his record future athletes.
Wayne Gretzky has become one of the most famous athletes of the XX century. In the National Hockey League this guy set a record for 61 and scored a season 1985-86 215 points.
Legend of the Soviet athletics, Sergei Bubka set for all future generations of athletes simply unattainable ideals. His jump of 6, 15 meters is unlikely to repeat someone else.