ANNIVERSARIES

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Tomorrow: Gary Kasparov, aged 22, became the youngest world chess champion when beating Anatoly Karpov in Moscow (1985).

Tuesday: `Sugar' Ray Robinson, the former world middleweight and welterweight champion, retired in 1965 aged 44.

Wednesday: Pakistan's Jahangir Khan lost his first squash match for over five years, the final of the 1986 world open championship.

Friday: Riddick Bowe took Evander Holyfield's world heavyweight title in Las Vegas in 1992.

Saturday: Bobby Moore made his 108th and final international appearance for England in 1973 at Wembley in a 1-0 defeat by Italy.

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