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1950 in sports describes the year's events in world sport. Contents 1 American football 2 Association football 3 Athletics 4 Australian rules football 5 Baseball 6 Boxing 7 Canadian football 8 Cycling 9 Figure skating 10 Golf 11 Harness racing 12 Horse racing 13 Ice hockey 14 Motor racing 15 Nordic skiing 16 Rowing 17 Rugby union 18 Snooker 19 Speed skating 20 Tennis 21 Multi-sport events 22 References American football NFL Championship – Cleveland Browns win 30–28 over the Los Angeles Rams Oklahoma Sooners – college football champions. Coaches Poll established to rank top 20 American college football teams Association football FIFA World Cup 1950 World Cup held in Brazil. Uruguay are the winners after beating Brazil in the final group decider. United States defeats England 1-0 in one of the great upsets in sports history England First Division – Portsmouth win the 1949–50 title. FA Cup – Arsenal beat Liverpool 2–0. Athletics The 4th European Championships in Athletics were held from 23 August to 27 August at the Heysel Stadium in Brussels. Australian rules football Victorian Football League Essendon wins the 54th VFL Premiership (Essendon 13.14 (92) d North Melbourne 7.12 (54)) Brownlow Medal awarded to Allan Ruthven (Fitzroy) Baseball The Japanese Baseball League is reorganized, creating the modern Nippon Professional Baseball. World Series – The New York Yankees sweep the Philadelphia Phillies four games to none. Japan Series – In the inaugural Japan Series, the Mainichi Orions defeat the Shochiku Robins 4 games to 2. Boxing January – Joey Maxim wins the light-heavyweight world title, stopping champion Freddie Mills in 10 rounds. September 27 – Ezzard Charles retains his World Heavyweight Championship with a 15 round unanimous decision over Joe Louis in New York City. Canadian football Grey Cup – Toronto Argonauts win 13–0 over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Cycling Giro d'Italia – Hugo Koblet of Switzerland Tour de France – Ferdinand Kubler of Switzerland Vuelta a España – Emilio Rodriguez of Spain World Cycling Championship – Briek Schotte of Belgium Figure skating World Figure Skating Championships – Men's champion: Dick Button, United States Ladies' champion: Aja Zanova, Czechoslovakia Pairs skating champions: Karol Kennedy & Michael Kennedy, United States Golf Men's professional Masters Tournament – Jimmy Demaret U.S. Open – Ben Hogan PGA Championship – Chandler Harper British Open – Bobby Locke PGA Tour money leader – Sam Snead – $35,759 Men's amateur British Amateur – Frank Stranahan U.S. Amateur – Sam Urzetta Women's professional Thirteen women golfers found the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). Women's Western Open – Babe Zaharias U.S. Women's Open – Babe Zaharias Titleholders Championship – Babe Zaharias Babe Zaharias named Woman Athlete of the Half–Century by the Associated Press. LPGA Tour money leader – Babe Zaharias – $14,800 Harness racing Little Brown Jug for pacers – Dudley Hanover Hambletonian for trotters – Lusty Song Australian Inter Dominion Harness Racing Championship for pacers – Captain Sandy Horse racing The United States National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame is founded in Saratoga Springs, New York. Steeplechases Cheltenham Gold Cup – Cottage Rake for the third successive year Grand National – Freebooter Flat races Australia – Melbourne Cup won by Comic Court Canada – Queen's Plate won by McGill France – Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe won by Tantieme Ireland – Irish Derby won by Dark Warrior English Triple Crown Races: 2,000 Guineas Stakes – Palestine Epsom Derby – Galcador St. Leger Stakes – Scratch United States Triple Crown Races: Kentucky Derby – Middleground Preakness Stakes – Hill Prince Belmont Stakes – Middleground Ice hockey Art Ross Memorial Trophy as the NHL's leading scorer during the regular season: Ted Lindsay, Detroit Red Wings Hart Memorial Trophy – for the NHL's Most Valuable Player: Charlie Rayner, New York Rangers Stanley Cup – Detroit Red Wings win 4 games to 3 over the New York Rangers World Hockey Championship Men's champion: Canada's Edmonton Mercurys NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Championship – Colorado College Tigers defeat Boston University Terriers 13–4 in Colorado Springs, CO Motor racing 30 May – Johnnie Parsons wins the 34th running of the Indianapolis 500 in the Wynn's Friction Special Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser NASCAR Championship – Bill Rexford AAA Racing – Henry Banks won the series championship Formula One – The first World Drivers' Championship under FIA Formula A (Formula One) open-wheel racing rules is contested. 13 May—the British Grand Prix at Silverstone is the first event of the new World Drivers' Championship. It is won by Giuseppe Farina in an Alfa Romeo 158 Alfetta. Farina would go on to become the first FIA World Champion. Rally racing – M. Becquart/H. Secret won the Monte Carlo Rally driving a Hotchkiss Drag racing – the first commercial drag strip, the Santa Ana Drags, begins at Orange County Airport (now John Wayne Airport) in Santa Ana, in Southern California. Admission is 50 cents; or 75 cents if the ticket holder wants to watch the mechanics work. (This special access becomes known as a pit pass.) Nordic skiing FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 13th FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1950 are held in the United States at Lake Placid (ski jumping) and Rumford, Maine (cross-country skiing). These are the first world championships since 1939. Rowing The Boat Race 1 April — Cambridge wins the 96th Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race Rugby union Five Nations Championship 56th Five Nations Championship series is won by Wales who complete the Grand Slam Snooker World Snooker Championship – Walter Donaldson beats Fred Davis 51–46. Speed skating Speed Skating World Championships Men's All-round Champion – Hjalmar Andersen (Norway) Women's All-round Champion – Maria Isakova (USSR) Tennis Grand Slam in tennis men's results: Australian Open – Frank Sedgman French Open – Budge Patty Wimbledon championships – Budge Patty US Open – Arthur Larsen Grand Slam in tennis women's results: Australian Open – Louise Brough French Open – Doris Hart Wimbledon championships – Louise Brough US Open – Margaret Osborne duPont Davis Cup in world tennis: Australia won 4 to 1 over the United States Multi-sport events British Empire Games held in Auckland References v · d · eSports by year 1901 – 1950 1901 | 1902 | 1903 | 1904 | 1905 | 1906 | 1907 | 1908 | 1909 | 1910 1911 | 1912 | 1913 | 1914 | 1915 | 1916 | 1917 | 1918 | 1919 | 1920 | 1921 | 1922 | 1923 | 1924 | 1925 | 1926 | 1927 | 1928 | 1929 | 1930 1931 | 1932 | 1933 | 1934 | 1935 | 1936 | 1937 | 1938 | 1939 | 1940 | 1941 | 1942 | 1943 | 1944 | 1945 | 1946 | 1947 | 1948 | 1949 | 1950 to 1850 • 1851 – 1900 • 1901 – 1950 • 1951 – 2000 • from 2001